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Mike is active in the community coaching youth wheelchair basketball with the Peoria Wildcats alongside his wife Katie, as Chair of Advocates for Access Board of Directors, as Vice Chair of the City of Peoria Mayor's Advisory Committee for Citizens with Disabilities, and numerous other Boards and volunteering endeavors. Together Mike & Katie have a seven-year-old daughter Maeve, and they live in a warehouse to home conversion near Bradley in Peoria, IL.


“Really enjoyed working with Mike Van Cleve. He went above and beyond to find me exactly what I wanted. I buy single family houses and rentals, will use him in the future, and recommend him to others.”

“"Mike was very knowledgeable about markets and real estate in general. He worked hard to help us prepare our home for sale in an economic manner and even pitched in some labor. We had an offer in-hand after 1 week for full asking price."”

“Mike was wonderful. I would recommend him to anyone. He did a great job. He was helpful, friendly, and understanding.”

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