|Realtor spotlight: Mark Remeis|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 07 June 2012 09:26|
He joined the family business when his father-in-law, Al Green, decided to go independent in 2001 and asked Remeis to help with the transition.
"The opportunity to work in the family business and be a part of our continued growth was, and is, a major factor in my being at A.A. Green," he said.
Remeis also enjoys working with commercial properties.
"I really like the business side of those transactions in helping to fulfill the real estate portion of their business plans," he said.
While the real estate business has been tough in recent years, Remeis said not everything is bad.
"There are many positive signs that the real estate market is turning around," he said. "Just because things are bad in say, Las Vegas, doesn't mean the same issues affect us in Northwest Ohio."
Another challenge as a broker is helping agents keep real estate deals together.
"While the market is improving, real estate transactions are influenced by many more outside forces that can potentially kill a deal and our agents are working so much harder to keep those deals together for their clients."
An avid golfer, Remeis
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enjoys watching and participating in all sports. Remeis, who grew up in the Columbus area, likes to travel with his wife and family. He is also a fan and supporter of Bowling Green State University.
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