Mario Carey is the President and CEO of Mario Carey Realty (MCR). Carey is recognized as one of The Bahamas’ most respected real estate professionals and has attained the designations of Broker/Appraiser, former Vice President of Bahamas Real Estate Association (BREA), Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS), Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) and Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS). Carey holds the record of selling the largest beachfront property of $21 million (vacant land) in the Bahamas. He has also been the Top Producer of real estate transactions in Ocean Club Estates, an exclusive community designed by Kerzner International on Paradise Island, since 1999. With over 30 years of sales experience, Carey founded MCR in 2008, and now employs an elite team of 25 highly skilled associates who speak multiple languages, including English, Spanish, German, Portuguese and Mandarin located in New Providence, Abaco, Harbour Island - Eleuthera, Long Island and Beijing. MCR is a successful boutique real estate firm, specializing in luxury and waterfront homes throughout the islands of The Bahamas. Living up to its reputation of “We Sell Luxury”, MCR, was the first local real estate company to sell condo units at Baha Mar (a $3.2 Billion Mega Resort & Casino) and continues to service luxury communities such as Paradise Island, Lyford Cay, Albany, Old Fort Bay, SandyPort, The Abacos, Bimini, Eleuthera and The Exumas. The company’s award winning website, www.mariocareyrealty.com, was named to Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate and services clients from all over the world. Mario Carey started his career after earning a B.S. in Real Estate from Florida State University and worked as a top performer for seven years in Tampa, Florida. Moving back to the country of his birth, The Bahamas, in 1990 Carey has retained his passion and commitment to the real estate industry and is seen as an advocate and expert in the Bahamas Real Estate Industry. Outside of real estate, Carey is devoted to spreading Autism Awareness and is the President of R.E.A.C.H. (Resources and Education for Autism Related Challenges). In 2014 he was nominated for an Icon Award for Outstanding Achievement in Humanitarianism for his work with REACH. Carey also sits on the Advisory Board for the Ministry of Education and for the past 15 years has been “Santa Claus” for the Center For The Deaf. In 2012, at the 1st annual Queen's College Alumni Association Ball, Carey was honored for Excellence in Civics in recognition of his outstanding contributions to various civic organizations within the community. Carey is also a member of YPO (Young Presidents Organization), We The People (an advocate group for civic change) and The National Council for the Disabled. Carey competes in several local and international triathlons where he proudly represents R.E.A.C.H. He also enjoys free diving, tennis, boating and golf.