Real Estate agent Kelly Hennessy joins Platinum Living Realty

Veteran Real Estate agent Kelly Hennessy joins Platinum Living Realty. (Submitted photo)

Kelly Hennessy has joined Platinum Living Realty, an independent luxury real estate brokerage with four offices across Arizona.

Based out of Platinum Living Realty’s DC Ranch office in Scottsdale, Ms. Hennessy brings 16 years of experience to assist those looking to buy or sell a home. Her background consists of a proficiency for new home sales and residential resale, according to a press release.

“We are pleased to welcome Kelly to Platinum Living Realty,” said Michelle Macklin, co-owner of Platinum Living Realty, in a prepared statement. “Kelly’s extensive background and dedication to her clients sets her apart as one of the Valley’s top realtors.”

“As an Arizona native, I have a deep understanding of all of the Valley’s unique communities and what they have to offer,” said Ms. Hennessy in a prepared statement.

“For most of my clients, the purchase or sale of a home is the largest single investment they make in their lifetime. I’m thrilled to be joining Platinum Living Realty to offer my clients even more tools and resources to help them make the best possible decisions when it comes to navigating Arizona’s real estate market.”

Platinum Living Realty, with more than 110 real estate agents helping home buyers and sellers navigate Arizona’s real estate market, takes a different approach than traditional real estate brokerages by providing agents with customized marketing tools, coaching and policies to target and grow their businesses for success, the release added.

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