Broker/Owner Mickey Hage Real Estate Group “SOLD on Central Florida”
Man of the Year
Mickey Hage has been serving the Central Florida community for over 50 years. From humble beginnings at the age of six months, Mickey was adopted by and is the oldest son of Mike and Viola Hage. His story began when they brought him into their loving home where their family history was deeply rooted in Orlando. Mickey learned at a young age how to serve those around him and work hard. That work ethic came from the family around him as they led and served in the community. The Hage family throughout Orlando had established grocery stores. Mickey’s grandfather, Thomas Hage, owned and operated a grocery store at the corner of Division Street and Gore Avenue for years. Thomas Hage’s sons would carry on that tradition opening stores throughout greater Orlando.
Mickey’s parents served the Winter Park community and opened their own store, Mike’s Grocery, at the corner of Morse Boulevard and Pennsylvania Avenue. The family still owns the property today and it’s currently leased to the restaurant The Coop. Working at an early age with his father in the grocery business, his father taught Mickey you should always treat your customers like family. That is a work ethic Mickey continues today. After growing up in the Conway community, a suburb of Orlando, and graduating from Colonial High School, Mickey served in the United States Marine Corp. Hard work and discipline would set him on a course of continuing to serve those around him and being a successful entrepreneur.
Mickey began a family of his own and married his wife of 47 years, Michelle. Together they have served our community and raised three children. Mickey would continue to work with his parents, Mike and Viola, and his brothers, Bruce and Ricky. They started a retail store in the Conway community called Brothers Three, a clothing store for men and women. Later he and his wife would open another clothing store for children called Kids-n-Stuff. Mickey coached at Conway Little League with teams sponsored by and representing both Brothers Three and Kids-n-Stuff.
Family and community have always been important to Mickey; his heritage runs deep in Central Florida. The attribute that is most deeply rooted in his life is his faith in God. He said, “I consider this an honor, being chosen Man of the Year for Orlando Style magazine. Working for so many years I consider my success by keeping my priorities in this order: Faith, Family, Friends and being accountable with every person I come in contact with.” Anyone who knows Mickey will tell you his actions speak louder than his words. He lives by truth and integrity by always helping others.
Over the years being a Real Estate Broker he has put those truths into action. As the Broker/Owner of Mickey Hage Real Estate Group he has specialized in real estate owned properties commonly known as foreclosures. Never judging how people came to those circumstances, Mickey helps while he is representing the bank. He works tirelessly to help people relocate and have a fresh start. Mickey Hage Real Estate Group has recently expanded its market real estate profile to encompass commercial properties along with general real estate listings and sales. His awards over the years are countless. Awards ranging from being in the “Top 50 Solo Performers of Residential Salespeople” to local and national recognitions for being within the top 50 agents in sales. Putting years of awards aside, Mickey finds his greatest joy and success in his faith, family and serving others. Mickey Hage Real Estate Group is also an annual sponsor for the Seniors First Turkey Trot run in Downtown Orlando.
Mickey is currently a member of Downtown Baptist Church where he serves on several committees.
The man behind the success is a husband to Michelle, a dad to Shannon, Preston and Brett, a Poppy to his five grandchildren and a friend to all who know him. Mickey will always put others before himself and give. What a great honor for Mickey as he enters his 70th year being celebrated everyday by his family; especially today as he is named Orlando Style magazine’s Man of the Year.