Mother-daughter realty team joins Platinum Living Realty

The Grandon Group at Platinum Living Realty in Scottsdale welcomes Michelle and Brandi Parker. (Submitted photos)

Michelle and Brandi Parker, a mother and daughter real estate team, have recently joined Platinum Living Realty.

The Parkers have carved out a niche for themselves in Arizona’s competitive real estate market by teaming up to build their own family real estate business, according to a press release.

Platinum Living Realty, an independent luxury real estate brokerage with four offices across Arizona, announced the addition of the mother-daughter duo to The Grandon Group at Platinum Living Realty, the release said, adding that the mother-daughter realty team brings a combined four-years’ experience to assist those looking to buy or sell a home.

According to the release, they will be based out of Platinum Living Realty’s DC Ranch office in Scottsdale.

“We are thrilled to have Michelle and Brandi join Platinum Living Realty,” said Michelle Macklin, co-owner of Platinum Living Realty, in a prepared statement. “Their partnership will bring a huge value to our DC Ranch office as we continue to grow in Scottsdale and across the Valley.”

“When working with family members, it’s critical to find the right environment that supports our unique relationship,” said Ms. Parker in a prepared statement.

“The Grandon Group at Platinum Living Realty offers just that, an extremely supportive environment that will give me and Brandi the opportunity to grow our current business and learn from some of the best in the industry.”

Platinum Living Realty has more than 100 real estate agents helping home buyers and sellers navigate Arizona’s real estate market, the release added.

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