RE/MAX Agent Maureen Culp Earns Hall Of Fame & Platinum Club Award

Gail Liniger presents Hall of Fame award to Maureen Culp

Gail Liniger presents Hall of Fame award to Maureen Culp

– More than 2,000 agents from around the world took the stage at the annual R4 Best of RE/MAX Awards Night in Las Vegas last week to be recognized and applauded by family, friends and colleagues for their 2014 achievements. It was a remarkable night honoring truly remarkable entrepreneurs.

Maureen Culp with RE/MAX Harbor Country was presented with two awards. 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 twenty-three percent of all RE/MAX Affiliates have earned this prestigious award. Also, the 2014 RE/MAX Platinum Club Award, which honors successful agents on their yearly sales achievements. In 2014, less than six percent of the RE/MAX network achieved this prestigious award.

Culp has been working in the real estate industry for more than eleven years and has extensive experience in second homes and luxury properties. Among Culp’s list of achievements, she has earned the prestigious Million Dollar Guild award from the Institute of Luxury Home Marketing.

“Maureen has been an integral member of our team and is more than deserving of these very impressive awards,” said Dan Coffey, Broker/Owner, of RE/MAX Harbor Country. “Winning these awards is a tremendous accomplishment. Maureen continues to raise the bar in real estate, making us, and this community, proud.”

In addition, Culp actively supports the Michiana Humane Society and Chikaming Open Lands.

RE/MAX is the most productive real estate network with its Associates averaging more sales than other real estate agents. is one of the most visited real estate franchise websites (Source: Experian Marketing Services Hitwise data, full-year 2013. ‘Real Estate Franchise websites’ identified by RE/MAX.). RE/MAX is in over 95 countries, more than any of its competitors.


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