Three new agents join the Realtor team of RE/MAX Experience in Cleveland
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RE/MAX Experience of Cleveland has announced three new agents who have joined their team of realtors.

Milan Cranfield is a Cleveland native and has been married to Kim Cranfield, also a Realtor, for 21 years.

They have one teenage daughter and they love spending time as a family biking and boating.

They first began their real estate careers in 2004 when they partnered with a contractor and started building spec homes and "flipping" homes as a hobby.

That love of the real estate world led them to seek their real estate licenses.

Milan has assisted Kim with non-licensed related duties for the last few years and he is now anxious to start listing and selling with his own license.

The Cranfields attribute their success to their faith and to a commitment to honesty and integrity.

Anthony McDowell is from Old Fort and now lives in Cleveland with his wife.

Prior to real estate, he graduated Phi Theta Kappa from Cleveland State, and then worked in production at a local television news station in Chattanooga.

His interests include football and hiking. Hobbies include collecting cards, Christmas ornaments, and playing board games with family and friends.

Brianna Rymer has always lived and worked in the East Tennessee area.

She holds an associates of science degree in education from Cleveland State, as well as a bachelor of science degree from Tennessee Wesleyan College.

Her career background is in education.

She has served as a fifth- and sixth-grade teacher in the Sweetwater City School System since 2011, and will be actively seeking career opportunities in the Cleveland/Bradley County school systems in order to better serve the residents of Bradley County through real estate as well.

Brianna is married to Dwight Rymer who is employed by Mars Inc. of Cleveland. They have one son, Colt, who is three.