Renee Lossia Acho is a top real estate producer and industry leader. Consistently named one of the top-producing agents in Michigan, she has generated over $1 billion in area sales, ranking her among the top 1% of realtors nationally.
Renee has been recognized as a top-producing agent every year since 2008. In 2016, she was among an exclusive investment team that introduced the Keller Williams luxury brand to Birmingham by launching RLA Real Estate Group/KW Domain. The company has expanded to more than 250 agents and is a leading real estate brokerage in metro Detroit.
Renee credits her industry knowledge, experience in architecture, building and design, creative marketing, and the support of her stellar team of real estate professionals for her success. The expertise, market knowledge, and commitment Renee provides each client results in an unsurpassed experience. That’s the number one reason referrals continue to be the primary source of her business. Her volume from 2020 to 2022 was over $100 million – an accomplishment she knows would not have been possible without her outstanding RLA team.
Renee has been recognized as a woman leader in metro Detroit for nearly a decade. Her many accolades include being named the 2013 Women’s Council of Realtors Entrepreneur of the Year and one of the 2015 Esteemed Women of Michigan. In 2017, she was the first woman to be recognized as the Chaldean Chamber of Commerce Business Person of the Year.
Active in her community, Renee currently serves as a board member for the Children’s Hospital of Michigan Leaders for Kids committee. Previously, she was the first woman on the Bank of Michigan board of directors. She was also selected as a 2019 panelist for the United Way Female Influencers program.
While working as a real estate agent in Michigan, Renee developed the unique ability to bring to a homebuilder’s attention the market’s current styles, needs, and wants and apply them from the beginning of the building process. This helped ensure that the resulting homes were aligned with the needs and desires of homebuyers.
Despite having a natural ability for architecture and design, Renee ultimately decided to become a high school teacher. She graduated from the University of Michigan and began teaching for the Farmington School District.
As a natural trailblazer, Renee helped develop the Block Scheduling program during her eight years in education. School districts across the nation have since adopted the program.
Although she didn’t pursue architecture or design as a profession, her love of these crafts never waned, and while she was teaching and raising a young family, Renee would help friends design their own homes by sketching out kitchens and layouts.
Renee eventually left teaching to raise her family. After one of her children needed additional healthcare, Renee was motivated to get back into the workforce. She obtained her Real Estate license in 2005 and created RLA Real Estate Group, one of the country's most successful real estate groups.
As a culmination of success and industry leadership, Renee’s passion for teaching continues to come through. She continues to educate, teach classes, and build off of her formal education as a teacher by bringing her industry knowledge to an audience of real estate professionals looking to grow and develop their businesses. She continually teaches classes within KW Domain and is featured on podcasts and radio shows as a true consultant and educator of the industry to people within her profession and the community of people looking to buy, sell or engage in real estate. Indeed, Renee’s passion and heart remain in education and she brings that to all aspects of what she does within the industry, both for her clients individually and for her profession.
Renee enjoys designing and building her own homes in her free time, recently finishing her eleventh project since developing this interest in1999. She draws the plans from scratch, and each project has a unique design from the last. Most of all, however, she enjoys spending quality time with her three children.