Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Chicago Names David Bracy and Alan Zuber Managing Brokers of Bucktown Office

Mark Pasquesi, president of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Chicago, is pleased to announce that David Bracy and Alan Zuber will manage the firm's Bucktown office located at 1644 N. Damen Avenue in Chicago, Illinois. The duo also manage the firm's Michigan Avenue office which is located at 980 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 700 and the Andersonville office which is located at 5019 N. Clark Street.

Pasquesi said, "I'm so pleased to share that David and Alan will manage our Bucktown office. They have done an amazing job of managing our Michigan Avenue and Andersonville offices and I know that they will excel at managing the Bucktown office as well. David and Alan are industry veterans with their hands on the pulse of the Chicago real estate market. And our Bucktown presence represents an important market for us. Under their management, I'm confident that our Bucktown agents will expand their personal businesses and help clients Move Confidently as never before."

To contact David Bracy, please call him at (312) 268-2700 or email him at To reach Alan Zuber, please call him at (312) 264-1201 or email him at


The Bucktown office is located at 1644 N. Daven Avenue in Chicago, Illinois. To reach the office, please call Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Chicago is a full-service real estate firm with more than 1,400 real estate professionals and staff in 24 offices serving customers throughout the Chicago metropolitan area, the North Shore, West and Southwest communities, Southern Wisconsin, Northwest Indiana and Harbor Country, Michigan. Recognized as a Top Workplace in Chicago, their local roots are complemented by the extensive global reach of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, one of the nation's leading real estate brands. Clients can experience all-inclusive homeownership services from their affiliated companies: Prosperity Home Mortgage, Fort Dearborn Title, and HomeServices Insurance. Visit

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