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Audrey Kamm

AudreyMy husband and I both grew up in the Metamora/ Germantown Hills area. We have recently made the move back to the area and are excited to be near family and old friends with our two toddler boys, Logan and Lincoln. 

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Charde Ledford

ChardeI was born and raised in Peoria. This has given me the opportunity to become well acquainted with the city and the surrounding areas.

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Star of the Month

Suzanne Miller

SuzanneSuzanne Miller showed us what she was made of early in her career at Jim Maloof Realtor. Her skills as an agent and her background in marketing and advertising helped her earn our prestigious Rookie of the Year Award in 2008, the same year she joined the Multi-Million Dollar Round Table.

Suzanne is now part of the Peoria Area Association of Realtors President’s Club and is serving on the PAAR’s Board of Directors. She is a Certified Relocation Specialist, helping clients who move to and from the Peoria area.

Suzanne enjoys giving back to the community and helping others in need. She is involved with many community events, most notaby the St. Jude Run. An accomplished cellist, she performs in the Grace Family Christmas each year.

Suzanne is our Star of the Month agent for March 2015. Congratulations, Suzanne.

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FAQs

Is it legal to give away prizes, food and hold drawings to increase my attendance at a broker open house?

This is a tough question and I can't even get DFPR and legal counsel to agreed! The issue is whether attendance at a broker open house constitutes a "licensed activity". If it does, then technically all compensation must flow through the sponsoring broker. My advice: stick to giving out food. If you have a cash drawing, the safe way is to make the check payable to the sponsoring broker.

For certain, there could also be a problem with drawings under Illinois gaming laws. The risk is probably minimal as long as the prize is small.