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RISMEDIA, January 18, 2011—Two of the most progressive real estate firms in the Charlotte, N.C. market, RE/MAX at the Lake of Mooresville, N.C. and RE/MAX Executive Realty of Charlotte, N.C., have merged their Lake Norman offices effective January 1, 2011. The new alliance will operate as RE/MAX Executive at the Lake and will continue to manage Lake Norman offices in both Mooresville and Cornelius.

According to the company, the formation of RE/MAX Executive at the Lake brings together four veteran broker/owners, over 20 Certified Distressed Property Experts, approximately 60 top-producing real estate agents, and two strategically located Lake Norman offices. This merger strengthens both offices’ continued commitment to its clients in the Lake Norman area by utilizing the most current and proven technologies, high-level agent education and continuing adaptation to the changing real estate market. Real estate services include residential and commercial departments, as well as rental and property management services and personalized relocation services. All four broker/owners—Cindy Sikorski, Hadi Atri, Laura Chilcoat and Terry Edmundson—bring individual strengths to the company and will remain active in the management of the firm.

RE/MAX Executive Realty, with five Charlotte-area locations, is one of the top ranked firms in per-agent sales in the Charlotte market and the second largest firm in the Charlotte market in total sales volume, the company reports.

According to the company, RE/MAX at the Lake agents are ranked number one in per-agent sales in the entire Lake Norman market and is one of the top firms in the entire Greater Charlotte area. “What we characterize this as is really two extremely strong companies coming together,” stated Russ Foster, Franchise Development Consultant at RE/MAX, LLC.

“Visionary leadership looks past the horizon and goes beyond it. They don’t look to work outside the box—they throw the box away and they create their own way. That’s what I see these two organizations actually doing, and as a result of this merger we will have two very, very powerful offices,” continued Foster.

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