CENTURY 21® Meyer Real Estate is all-in when it comes to customer service.
The Meyer name has been synonymous with the ultimate beach life experience for more than half a century. Growing into an industry leader in real estate, vacation rentals and property management, Meyer Real Estate played a major role in the dramatic transition of the Alabama and northwest Florida Gulf Coast from small villages of beach cottages to a major resort destination.
Today, Meyer is known as CENTURY 21® Meyer Real Estate, providing real estate sales and long-term rentals for an ever-expanding footprint. Together with Starr Textile Services and Starr Textile Services of Louisiana, they’re an integral part of the SH Enterprises family of companies. Starr Textiles operates two state-of-the-art commercial laundry facilities serving clients in Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
Michelle Hodges, president of SH Enterprises, credits the company’s growth and success over the years to people power. She says, “Our customers’ impression of our family of companies is greatly influenced by the people who serve them.” That’s why, since 2008, Synovus has been such a good match as their banking partner. They share an understanding about the importance of service, trust, accessibility, and results.
“We have always found Synovus and their bankers to be, first and foremost, willing to listen to our needs and formulate a plan to achieve our shortterm objectives as well as our long-term goals.”
Another differentiator is Synovus’ local decision-making. It stands to reason this would be important to a company like Meyer that’s invested so much in the local communities they serve. Michelle says, “At Synovus, decisions are made locally. We cannot stress how important this has been to us over the years. We know our bankers, and they know us.”
If you ask Michelle how many Synovus accounts or services they use, she’ll tell you, “All of them!” Considering that CENTURY 21® Meyer Real Estate is “all-in” when it comes to serving their customers, it makes sense that they’re “all-in” with their bank as well.