Trump International Realty is planning a SoFla expansion

Brokerage has added agents to its Jupiter and Miami offices

TRD MIAMI /
Jan.January 31, 2018 05:15 PM

Eric and Donald Trump with a photo of the Fort Lauderdale listing

The Trump Organization’s boutique real estate brokerage is expanding in South Florida, adding the company’s most expensive listing to date.

Trump International Realty is “expanding in Jupiter and big time in Miami,” Eric Trump told the Palm Beach Post earlier this month. The move makes sense given that the president’s company owns Mar-a-Lago, Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter and Trump National Doral Miami. Since Donald Trump took office, the initiation fee at Mar-a-Lago has doubled to $200,000.

Both Trump International offices at the Jupiter and Doral resorts have added agents over the past few months, according to the Palm Beach Post. The brokerage is also planning on expanding into commercial real estate. In September, it brought on Heidi Brzyski as managing broker of the Jupiter and Miami offices.

Agents Katrina Campins and Jennifer Barnett recently listed a waterfront Fort Lauderdale property for $39 million, the priciest home Trump International has ever listed. [Palm Beach Post] – Katherine Kallergis


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