Platinum Living Realty provides
comprehensive training and mentoring
Staff Reports | Digital Free Press
Platinum Living Realty, an independent luxury real estate brokerage in Scottsdale, is announcing Marnicia Conway has joined its team as a new agent.
Ms.Conway holds bachelor’s degrees in psychology and criminal justice and is looking forward to utilizing her professional experience in her new role, according to a press release.
“At Platinum Living Realty, we are committed to training and mentoring real estate professionals of all experience levels who are dedicated to providing excellent customer service,” said Jay Macklin, co-owner of Platinum Living Realty, in a prepared statement. “We are thrilled to have Marnicia join Platinum Living Realty because her enthusiasm for learning about the local housing market will be an asset to the team and will position her for a successful future in real estate.”
Ms. Conway is a certified special education teacher, certified health/life coach, and certified fitness professional, the release states. Ms. Conway says she puts an emphasis on community involvement as well and is a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
“The Realtors that work for PLR are all welcoming, inviting and willing to provide knowledge of the profession, and I am greatly appreciative of all their support,” she said in the release. “The incredible enthusiasm, guidance, and training I have received from the founders is shaping my ability to provide personalized service for all my clients.”
Founders Jay and Michelle Macklin offer specialized training and mentoring for all its agents to help them effectively target and grow their businesses, generate new leads, and guide home buyers and sellers in navigating Arizona’s thriving real estate market. At the center of the PRL brand is Jay Macklin’s proprietary 5 Pillars System, which maximizes resources using advanced technology and marketing tools.
Co-owner Michelle Macklin expects migration to the Valley will continue at a strong pace through the end of the year as people move from higher priced markets in California, Texas and New York.