Realtor Katrina Campins joins Trump International Realty

 
 
Luxury Realtor Katrina Campins has joined Trump International Realty in Doral
Luxury Realtor Katrina Campins has joined Trump International Realty in Doral
Courtesy of Katrina Campins

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Miami luxury Realtor Katrina Campins has joined Trump International Realty, as it expands in South Florida.

Trump International Realty recently opened a sales office at the Trump National Doral golf resort in Doral.

Campins, who was a cast member on NBC’s “The Apprentice” during its first season, said she will continue to focus on markets including Miami Beach, Coral Gables, Coconut Grove and Miami Shores. She joins Glicer Hutchison, who is the broker of record and heads the sales team at Trump International Realty with a focus on Doral.

Campins, who starred in Hot Listings Miami, a short-lived series on the Style Network, is winding down her own firm.

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