RE/MAX Security Real Estate’s Rebecca Lee has received the RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award, which honors successful agents who have earned more than $1 million in commissions during their careers with the company.

Less than 23 percent of all active RE/MAX agents have earned this prestigious award.

“Rebecca’s tireless dedication to serving her clients, consumers and our community has allowed her to achieve this high honor,” said RE/MAX Security Real Estate Broker/Owner Larry Barnebey. “Winning this award is a significant accomplishment and we’re extremely proud she is a member of our RE/MAX family.”

Lee has served the community as a RE/MAX agent for more than four years, and has been a Platinum Club producer the last several years. She is the 2016 and 2017 top selling agent in the Rockport Area Association of Realtors marketplace.

Lee is an active supporter of the Coastal Conservation Association (named their Babe of the Year in 2008), Aransas County Humane Society, and Rockport-Fulton Chamber of Commerce.

RE/MAX Security Real Estate, a locally owned and operated full-service real estate brokerage, was founded in 1967 (joined RE/MAX in 2000). The brokerage has 15 Realtors® and specializes in residential and commercial real estate.

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