Grace & Agape Real Estate Services, LLC is a full-service real estate agency serving the greater Indianapolis area market and surrounding counties.
We offer residential listing specialist services, buyer/tenant specialist services, leasing and property management referrals, and work very closely with a team of expert loan officers and title company agents to help provide our clients with a smooth hassle-free real estate transaction from the very beginning through closing day.
Ryan Hakes, Owner/Team Leader at Grace & Agape is an active member of Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of Realtors (MIBOR), Indiana Association of Realtors (IAR), and the National Association of Realtors (NAR), Ryan received his higher education degree from Indiana University and received his Managing Broker certification through RECP and is licensed to practice real estate in the state of Indiana through the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA).
Ryan has called Indiana home since 1976 and enjoys helping both home buyers and home sellers accomplish their real estate goals and dreams. Ryan specializes in listing residential real estate on the market for sale, is experienced in everything from bank-owned/HUD/REO distressed sales to multi-million dollar spec home sales and has established a successful track record having successfully closed over 150+ real estate transactions; selling over 25+ million in residential real estate. In addition to traditional agent sales production, Ryan has also successfully sold many additional properties off-market (not listed in the MLS/BLC) through various real estate investment acquisition sales. Ryan maintains the highest level of IPLA credentials available for Real Estate Practitioners in Indiana (Managing Broker license).
In his free time Ryan enjoys spending time with family, hiking, backpacking, kayaking, and camping. He attends iTown church in Fishers and volunteers with Kairos Prison Ministry and other outreach ministries.
Grace & Agape
Grace, in Christian theology, the spontaneous, unmerited gift of the divine favour in the salvation of sinners, and the divine influence operating in man for his regeneration and sanctification. The English term is the usual translation for the Greek charis, which occurs in the New Testament about 150 times (two-thirds of these in writings attributed to Paul). Although the word must sometimes be translated in other ways, the fundamental meaning in the New Testament and in subsequent theological usage is that contained in the Letter of Paul to Titus: “For the grace of God has appeared for the salvation of all men” (2:11).
Agape, Greek agapē, in the New Testament, the fatherly love of God for humans, as well as the human reciprocal love for God. In Scripture, the transcendent agape love is the highest form of love and is contrasted with eros, or erotic love, and philia, or brotherly love. In John 3:16, a verse that is often described as a summary of the Gospel message, agape is the word used for the love that moved God to send his only son for the world’s redemption. The term necessarily extends to the love of one’s fellow humans, as the reciprocal love between God and humans is made manifest in one’s unselfish love of others. (Britannica.com)
Interested in joining our team?
If you hold an Indiana Brokers License and are interested in joining the Grace & Agape team please send your resume to email@example.com