Realtors McCoy, Freeman Win Platinum Club Award
By Space Coast Daily // November 2, 2014
Realtors with RE/MAX Elite
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Jennifer McCoy and Bobby Freeman, Realtors with RE/MAX Elite’s McCoy-Freeman Group, have both achieved the exclusive RE/MAX® Platinum Club Award for each earning between $250,000 and $499,999 in commissions during 2014.
“Jennifer and Bobby have always been an integral member of our team and are more than deserving of this very prestigious award,” said Justin Brown owner of RE/MAX Elite.
“Winning this award is a tremendous accomplishment. Jennifer and Bobby continue to raise the bar in real estate, making us, and this community, proud,” said Brown.
Freeman, a life-time resident of Brevard County, has been a top Realtor in the area for two decades. In his first year as an agent, Freeman received a Rising Star award from his Brokers. Since then he has achieved numerous sales awards and has recently been presented with the prestigious RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award.
Freeman, McCoy and Nikki McCoy Freeman are family partners for RE/MAX Elite’s McCoy-Freeman Group. Together they have more than 30 years of extensive experience in all aspects of the real estate industry and have sold over $200 million.
The group has been featured in many news publications including CNN Money Magazine, CNNMoney.com, WFTV 9 ABC News, Coastal Condo Living, & Hot Retirement Towns Magazine and SpaceCoastDaily.com.
“It was great being recognized for the development of our business,” said McCoy-Freeman, Brevard County residents for over four decades.
“Hard work, attention to detail, and continually learning are the keys to success in this business. We have a great support staff in our office, and we appreciate the confidence our clients have expressed by trusting us with their business.”
McCoy-Freeman actively supports the Children’s Miracle Network by donating a portion of each transaction to this worthy cause. Since joining RE/MAX, McCoy-Freeman has donated more than $13,000 to the Children’s Miracle Network.
“Cans In The Sand” is being organized by Freeman, and his wife Nikki, to help encourage beach-goers to dispose of their trash responsibility, and with the hopes that more noticeable, artistically painted cans will result in a cleaner, more litter-free beach.