Busy real estate professional makes time to help others recover from Hurricane Matthew
Seminole County, Florida, February 2017 – RE/MAX 200 Realty agent Mike Rance was recently recognized for making a difference in our Seminole County communities for helping with the massive clean-up efforts following Hurricane Matthew in October 2016. Mike received awards from the Florida Emergency Preparedness Association and the Seminole County Board of Commissioners for leading ‘The Chainsaw Gang’ to work alongside emergency officials removing fallen trees following the storm. Mike was honored with others who helped restore operations in Florida after Hurricane Matthew, including Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, during a ceremony at the Universal Hilton this February.
“Storms like this can have a large impact on residents and homeowners in local areas where we all live and work together,” said Mike. “When I saw an opportunity to jump in and use my tools to help my neighbors and communities get back to normal I was happy to get involved.”
While finding time to help others Mike also earned another award in 2016. At the RE/MAX 200 2017 kickoff meeting this January, Mike was announced as the top producing real estate agent in the company completing 60 transactions in 2016! “Mike is living proof that you can achieve personal success and still find time to make a positive impact on people around you,” said Kevin Acker, Broker-Owner of RE/MAX 200 Realty. “I am extremely proud to have Mike represent our company in the community.”
For more information about Mike Rance, or RE/MAX 200 Realty, please visit MetroOrlandoProperties.com or call (407) 629-6330.