Long Realty Platinum Premier opens in Scottsdale Airpark

Timothy P. Burns recently aligned as associate broker with Long Realty Platinum Premier (Submitted photo)

Long Realty Platinum Premier has moved to new offices at 8585 E. Hartford Drive, Suite 200, in Scottsdale.

Owner Tom Noble and Designated Broker founded Platinum Premier Realty in 2006 to service the North Scottsdale Luxury Real Estate Market, according to a press release. The company recently affiliated with Long Realty forming Long Realty Platinum Premier.

An affiliate of Home Services of America, Long Realty is a Berkshire Hathaway Company, which gives the company international exposure while maintaining local presence and branding, according to the release.

Mr. Noble, described as a leader in Real Estate, has more than 30 years leading and expanding several local brokerage firms and serving as president for the Scottsdale Association of Realtors, the release said.

Timothy P. Burns joined the firm in 1988 as associate broker and acted as designated broker for the referral company of Platinum Premier, PPR Referrals, from 2010 through 2008. He has aligned as associate broker with Long Realty Platinum Premier and brings his experience with the city of Scottsdale and land development issues to serve clients.

Replacing Mr. Burns as designated broker for PPR Referrals is Joe Brett, added the release. Mr. Brett served as regional director for the New York State Department of Economic Development. He was vice president of Arizona’s Veterans Heritage Project and is a past president of the Scottsdale Sister Cities Association.

Long Realty Platinum Premier serves the Greater Scottsdale Area as a full-service residential brokerage with a contingent of skilled Real Estate professionals, according to the release.

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