Danny started his career in real estate in 2009 at Keller Williams Realty. Now he is the team leader at 30a Local Properties of Team Margagliano. His real estate partner and mother, Arlene Margagliano and he work hand-in-hand on all of their real estate transactions. Danny is the listing specialist for the team while Arlene is the buyers specialist. Danny’s niche is in investment properties and 2nd homes. Arlene works more with primary residents. Between the two of them, they are able to work to the highest level with just about any buyer or seller. Both living in Santa Rosa Beach, the team’s primary markets include but are not limited to from 30a to Destin.
Team Margagliano is committed to providing their customers with the highest level of service and knowledge. This is why they have additional certifications/designations of Certified Investor Agent Specialist, Resort and Second Home Property Specialist and Certified Distressed Property Expert.
Danny was a professional surfer throughout the East Coast, Caribbean, Central America, California and Hawaii from the ages of 19 through 28. He continued working as a sales rep for his sponsors for two more years. He then attended computer training school for Internet business, marketing, and web design. This background has proven to be monumental in the marketing of the teams’ listings and websites throughout the Internet. Having the desire to help people Danny then became a firefighter/paramedic at South Walton Fire District for five years. During this time he earned his real estate license. In April 2012 Danny was left paralyzed after a traumatic diving accident. This has not slowed him down a bit. He was proud to be part of the top producing team at Keller Williams in 2013 and in the top 3 during 2014.
Arlene graduated from Evansville University where after she became a middle school math teacher for 20 years. She then became the administrator for the math curriculum in Atlantic City, New Jersey for the rest of her career. Arlene is not the type to sit around doing nothing. Her retirement from education and administration was the end of one spectacular career and a beginning of a new and exciting career in real estate. Arlene is no stranger to real estate investment. She and her husband Frank has been buying and managing rental properties since the late 1970s. They currently own for rental properties which they self-manage.