Re/Max Excellence and Re/Max Alliance Group announced Tuesday that the companies have merged and will operate as Re/Max Alliance Group.
According to Re/Max Excellence broker/owner Andrew Vac, the company will close its Longboat Key office, located at 510 Bay Isles Road, Oct. 1, and seven of the firm’s nine agents will join Re/Max Alliance Group, which has eight offices and about 250 agents.
“We’re excited to have Andrew and the rest of his team joining us,” said Peter Crowley, broker/owner of Re/Max Alliance Group. “We think it will provide an enhanced presence for Re/Max Excellence on Longboat Key.”
For more information, pick up the Sept. 30 issue of The Longboat Observer.
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