Brenda Purcell Speaks At Real Estate Workshop At Alexian Grove

Thursday, June 20, 2013
Shown, from left to right are Brenda Purcell with Alexian Grove in Lookout Valley staff: Warren McCrickard, Heather Pyron and Barbara Nausley.
Shown, from left to right are Brenda Purcell with Alexian Grove in Lookout Valley staff: Warren McCrickard, Heather Pyron and Barbara Nausley.

Brenda Purcell, a broker with Remax Renaissance Realtors, participated in a downsizing workshop for seniors at Alexian Grove at Cummings Farm in Lookout Valley. Ms. Purcell joined other senior experts discussing ideals to make the selling process easier.  

Ms. Purcell has over 11 years experience in the real estate industry and holds the Senior Real Estate Specialist designation. She was able to use recent success stories and personal experiences from representing her parents and in-laws in recent transactions.

For more tips and information on downsizing and planning for retirement moves, contact Brenda at 322-0011 or at brenda.purcell@remax.net.



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