Relationship-driven Customer Service
State Farm & President of NAHREP Chicago North Chapter
For Guillermo Chavez-Angeles, the most meaningful aspect of his work revolves around one thing – relationships. One of the primary missions of his agency is to develop real relationships with his customers and grow old with them while providing them with the right insurance coverage and financial stability at every stage of their lives.
In 2001, Guillermo began his career in the mortgage lending industry. Over the next three years, he transitioned into real estate with an emphasis on helping people find the right mortgage for their situation. Even then, Guillermo felt his entrepreneurial spirit growing and knew he would someday have his own business.
In 2014, the perfect opportunity presented itself with State Farm. Guillermo liked the idea of partnering with an industry leader known for delivering top-notch customer service. His office is a positive environment with people dedicated to helping their community and managing the risks of everyday life. They work with the belief that the more positivity you put out into the world, the more positivity comes back to you.
A native of Guadalajara of Jalisco, Mexico, Guillermo is grateful to his parents for all the sacrifices they made to bring him and his siblings to the United States. Guillermo arrived at 16 to the United States where he was not only able to begin his career in mortgage financing but also attended classes at William Rainey Harper College in Palatine. Guillermo is the 2021 President of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP) Chicago North Chapter. He is also a Board of Directors member for the Northwest Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (NWHCC).
Away from work, Guillermo can be found traveling with his family, reading inspirational books by Miguel Ruiz, Robert Green, Napoleon Hill, Louis Hay and many others, listening to music (especially rock en español!) and spending time with his wife and 2 daughters.
Words of wisdom: “Let your dreams be bigger than your fears and your actions be louder than your words”.