Unveiling the Secrets of Real Estate Success With Mark Lukes

Mark Lukes

Mark Lukes is the Founder and CEO of Real Estate Mergers & Acquisitions Co. (REMA), a boutique consulting firm specializing in mergers and acquisitions within the real estate industry. REMA offers various services, including exit strategies for selling real estate brokers, mortgages, and title company owners, allowing them to start a new chapter of their lives. With a proven track record of success, Mark has founded and sold six companies, including his first venture as a 19-year-old college student, which grew to seven employees and sold five years later. With extensive experience in the real estate industry, he has witnessed and resolved many challenges real estate companies face, enabling agents, brokers, and owners to increase profits, reduce expenses, or alter their business strategies.

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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: 


  • Mark Lukes talks about his entrepreneurial venture as a 19-year-old college student
  • How Mark got into the real estate industry 
  • The marketing service Mark offers the real estate entrepreneurs
  • The genesis of REMA and what it does
  • Who are the ideal clients of REMA?
  • Mark shares his advice for entrepreneurs
  • The future of the real estate industry

In this episode…


Starting and scaling a business takes grit and determination, and it's easy to get sidetracked by challenges and distractions. So, what can you learn from a successful one to help you thrive as an entrepreneur?


Entrepreneurship is no easy feat, but entrepreneur Mark Lukes has embraced the challenge multiple times. With six successful businesses already under his belt, he's now focused on helping others in the real estate industry take their next steps. He shares how he specializes in mergers and acquisitions, offering exit strategies for those who want to sell their real estate companies. It's no wonder he's become a sought-after expert in the field.


In this episode of The Power of Authority Spotlight, Michelle Prince welcomes Mark Lukes, Founder and CEO of Real Estate Mergers & Acquisitions Co. (REMA), about his entrepreneurial journey. Mark talks about his entrepreneurial venture as a 19-year-old college student, how he got into the real estate industry, the genesis of REMA, and what it does, and shares advice for entrepreneurs.


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