Local RE/MAX Security Real Estate Agent Karen Mella was recently recognized in the 2020 “America’s Best Real Estate Professionals” rankings by REAL Trends + Tom Ferry. The prestigious survey is divided into 12 categories used to classify both transaction sides and sales volume for participating agents and teams in the U.S. based on 2019 numbers.

Mella was recognized for her outstanding number of transaction sides.

“This honor is the result of each client who had faith and trust in me to help them buy or sell their home” said Mella. “I’m so grateful for their support and confidence in me, as well as to be counted among such hardworking and dedicated real estate professionals across the country.”

In her 42 months as a licensed Texas Realtor®, Mella has excelled and earned a number of prestigious awards, including the “True Grit Award” given to an individual who shows true grit when recovering from economic or personal adversity (Hurricane Harvey), 100% Club, Platinum Club the highest single year commission honors that RE/MAX bestows upon a Sales Associate, various Top Producing awards in the RE/MAX Central Region (Vanguard Council), Placement in 2019 RE/MAX Texas Top 500 and 2020 “America’s Best.”

“We believe real estate buyers and sellers deserve the world-class services of outstanding agents who are skilled, driven and focused on achieving outstanding results,” said RE/MAX Holdings, Inc. CEO Adam Contos. “Dominating the list of ‘America’s Best Real Estate Professionals’ once again with more qualifying agents than any other brand is a testament to that belief and our brand promise to the consumer.”

Consisting of 14,626 individual producers and team leaders, “America’s Best Real Estate Professionals” is the industry’s largest ranking of agents based on homes sold. This is the sixth consecutive year RE/MAX has more qualifying agents than any other real estate brand in the annual ranking. With 2,755 qualifying RE/MAX agents, one in five participating agents are members of the global RE/MAX network.

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