Meet Mike Rosolanka

Meet Mike

What is important to you?

Are honesty, integrity, community pride or desired school district deciding factors in your next real estate transaction? If yes, consider utilizing Mike Rosolanka and his team to assist you in your home purchase or sale. As a Wayzata graduate, Victoria resident and a lifelong Minnesotan, he offers local real estate expertise in the communities surrounding Lake Minnetonka.

Mike’s industry experience, work ethic, and perseverance will deliver unparalleled service to you and your family. He offers complete relocation services for corporate executives, including a network of both national and global clientele. Building his business primarily through referrals of past and current clients Mike recognizes his future success depends on his client’s home buying or selling experience.

Mike and his team focus their efforts on a high level of customer service. Larsen + Rosolanka has over 40 years of the collective experience and a strong presence throughout the Twin Cities Metro Area.

Mike graduated from the University of Wisconsin Madison in 1993. He then worked for over a decade in professional sports as a Corporate Sales & Marketing Manager for both the Minnesota Twins and Minnesota Vikings. This tenure honed his professional sales and negotiating skills prior to joining Coldwell Banker Burnet.

Mike currently lives on the south side of Lake Minnetonka in Victoria. He enjoys the small-town atmosphere Victoria offers. When not showing properties often you will find him coaching youth sports on local lacrosse fields and basketball courts throughout Chanhassen and Victoria.

Accomplishments / Experience

  • 22 years experience in real estate sales
  • Ranked 10th in sales out of over 2,000 Coldwell Banker agents
  • Highly ranked small team for Coldwell Banker
  • International President’s Circle
  • Nominated as Twin Cities Super Agent by Mpls/St. Paul Magazine – Multiple Years
  • Wayzata graduate class of 1989 and lifelong Minnesota resident
  • Graduate of University of Wisconsin-Madison 1993