Mike Purcell Earns Broker’s License At RE/MAX Renaissance Office In Hixson

Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Mike Purcell
Mike Purcell

Mike Purcell of Hixson has earned his real estate broker’s license.  He has been affiliated with RE/MAX Renaissance for three years.

Mr. Purcell is a resident of Hixson and grew up in Lookout Valley.  He started his real estate career after building a successful career at Tennessee Valley Authority in engineering and management.  After 36 years, he decided to start to a second career in real estate joining his wife, Brenda Beam Purcell, also a broker.  The couple formed TeamPurcell working with RE/MAX Renaissance as full-time agents.

As a licensed realtor, Mr. Purcell has quickly built a strong reputation and has many repeat clients. He is a 2018 graduate of the Chattanooga’s Association of Realtors Leadership Class and is presently serving on  the Governmental Relations Committee and the Grievance Committee at the association.  Additionally, Mike has received the Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR) designation and the coveted Council of Real Estate Specialists (CRS) designation.

He specializes in commercial and residential sales and leasing. Mr. Purcell is active in volunteering with the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and is proud to be a MOC fan. Mr. Purcell received a master's in Business Administration (MBA) degree from UTC in 1998.  He is also an avid supporter of the Museum of Flight and attends Burks United Methodist Church.

RE/MAX Renaissance of Hixson is at 6204 Hixson Pike, Suite 112, and now features eight real estate professionals with more than 40 years of combined experience in both residential and commercial sales. The firm serves clients throughout the Chattanooga area and Northwest Georgia.

To reach Mr. Purcell, contact him at 423 648-8200 (office) or by cell phone at 423 635-2146.


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