Downtown Delray real estate firms True Floridian, Furbaby Real Estate join forces

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Staff report

Two women-led, downtown Delray Beach-based real estate firms are teaming up to become “The FurBaby Group at True Floridian Realty.”

True Floridian Realty led by Noelle McIntyre and The FurBaby Group led by Adrianne Kurman have merged.

True Floridian Realty has over 30 agents in offices in Jupiter, Fort Lauderdale and Miami, in addition to the Delray headquarters.

Kurman created FurBaby Real Estate in 2017, after 15 years in the real estate industry, with the goal of making it easier for clients to find homes that fit both their own needs and their pets’ needs. By focusing on finding her clients pet-friendly homes and communities and simultaneously giving back to animal rescue charities with every home sale and purchase, Kurman has created a specialized and sought-after niche in the real estate market.

McIntyre, who founded True Floridian Realty in 2011 and is the Broker/Owner, has made her mark as a third-generation Floridian with a wide network of contacts and a thirst for helping those in need (including various pet rescue organizations).

With their joint passion for giving back to individuals, animals and organizations in need, Kurman and McIntyre are confident both their clients and the community will benefit. In 2019 alone, True Floridian Realty and FurBaby Real Estate have donated nearly $20,000 to local pet rescue organizations in Palm Beach County.

“Noelle and I both have an enormous passion for animals and with over 30 years combined real estate experience, this partnership will be beneficial for all of our clients, their ‘furbabies’ and the local charitable organizations that we support,” Kurman said.

McIntyre added: “There is no other local company that so closely mirrors our own values and passion for supporting the community. We are so happy to welcome Adrianne and the FurBaby Group to the True Floridian Realty team!”