Tides of Recovery in Ft Myers

We are excited to share with you the success of our recent event, which aimed to showcase the recovery of our beloved Fort Myers Beach after the devastation of Hurricane Ian. The event was held in the parking lot of our office on Fort Myers Beach at 100 Lovers Lane.

Our company, along with our co-sponsors, Movement Mortgage and State Insurance, had the pleasure of inviting all local realtors to the event, where they were able to witness firsthand the progress that has been made since the hurricane hit. The event was a great opportunity for everyone to come together and celebrate the resilience of our community.

The event featured informative presentations from city officials, including the mayor of Fort Myers Beach, Dan Allers, the president of the Chamber of Commerce, Jacki Liszak, the Fort Myers Beach fire chief, Scott Wirth, and the police chief, Commander Morgan Bowden. Attendees were able to learn about the various initiatives that have been put in place to ensure the safety and sustainability of Fort Myers Beach for years to come.

In addition to the informative presentations, attendees were also treated to food and beverages. It was a great opportunity for everyone to come back to the beach and see that, even though there is still much restoration to be done, there is business happening on the beach.

Overall, the event was a huge success, and we are grateful to everyone who attended and helped make it possible. We would like to extend a special thank you to our co-sponsors, Movement Mortgage and State Insurance, for their support and partnership in making this event a reality.

Watch the video and the closing remarks were made by Access Title’s CEO, Greg Kosin below:

CEO Greg Kosin Remarks:

As someone usually has a way with words, at the Tides of Recovery Event which took place on Fort Myers Beach recently, I let my emotions get the best of me. I had so much more I wanted to say so I would like to take a few moments to do so.

Fort Myers Beach is a very special place. The opportunities are here for a very unique lifestyle for which many people strive. To work on the beach is exciting. To spend time on the Beach is special. To enjoy the beauty and the lifestyle that so many of us cherish is a dream come true. We see so many signs of life and positive change that we all need to nurture and grow the seedlings that are appearing.

What was once, was.

What can be, will be. Nothing is impossible.

Chicago’s motto of “I WILL” are two simple but powerful words.

“I” denotes me, you, personal responsibility and accountability.

“WILL” is an action word. It expresses inevitable events.

The architect of Chicago’s comeback after the Fire of 1871, Daniel Hudson Burnham, said it quite eloquently:
“Make no little plans. They have no magic to stir men’s blood”. The rest is history.

“I will” commit that Access Title will be a beach business. Access Title will commit to continue participation and providing human and financial resources to support the community, people, and businesses on the Beach. What we all will need to do is to commit to the future of FMB . We need to work together, shoulder to shoulder, united in the vision and the goal of making FMB the best barrier island on the Gulf Coast.

What will you commit to? What will we as an industry commit to?

If we work together, anything can happen. The best can happen. Fort Myers Beach will be better than it ever was and the crown jewel of the Gulf Coast.

If we work together, Fort Myers Beach ‘will’ be the best place to live, love, work, play, and pray.

Thank you to our guest speakers and thank you to our sponsors: State Insurance; Movement Mortgage and Access Title Agency.

Thank you all for caring. God Bless you and God Bless Fort Myers Beach.


Greg Kosin