Mack Altidor specializes in Development Real Estate Marketing and Sales. A graduate of the prestigious Fox School of Business Management at Temple University in Philadelphia PA., where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Public Relations. While at Temple University Mack served as captain of the Temple University Men’s Soccer Team – an athletic passion he also pursued as a member of the Bahamas senior men's national team from 2002 to 2012.
While still a student in Philadelphia in 2009, Mack launched his real estate career when he and a few friends founded Off Campus Owls LLC, a company that was created to help students find safe off-campus housing within a 5-mile radius of the Temple University campus. After graduating in 2010 he returned home to The Bahamas to work at The Bakers Bay Golf and Ocean Club – A Discovery Land Company project in Great Guana Cay Abaco, Bahamas. His passion for real estate sales and marketing would later take him to Schooner Bay Village where he honed his craft as a leading sales manager. After the completion of his contractual agreement at Schooner Bay Village, Mack accepted an offer to lead the sales and marketing efforts at One Ocean Bahamas on Paradise Island, Nassau Bahamas – A Replay Resorts Redevelopment Project.
Mack epitomizes integrity, energy, hard work and creative services in every aspect of his career and personal life. During a career that spans more than a decade, Mack has established his reputation for building long lasting, meaningful relationships with his clients, many of whom he considers personal friends. While he enjoys boating and golfing, Mack’s true passion is people. Nothing makes him happier than seeing smiles on the faces of people young and old. He is a firm believer that a smile is infectious, which is why you’ll always see him wearing a warm smile.
As part of this passion, Mack makes himself available to his community whenever and however possible. In 2013, he led an effort to help restore lives and smiles of the people in the Haitian Villages in Abaco after they were devastated by a string of fire incidents that burned down their villages in Marsh Harbour and Sandbanks. He is also regularly involved in annual back-to-school fundraisers and food drives. In 2019, Mack spearheaded an effort which assisted in the search and rescue of persons that were listed as missing after Hurricane Dorian, an effort that ultimately reunited 200 families. Mack’s ongoing community work and mentorship has also assisted 14 young men and counting in their pursuit of higher education.