Danny Long

Agent

The Long Group

"Take The Long Way Home"

About Danny Long

Danny grew up as the youngest of three boys in the Twin Cities. He was used
to fighting for what he wanted and being an innovative thinker from day 1,
after all, being the youngest he had to! Danny graduated high school and went
on to study music. While in school he worked as a service provider in the
restaurant industry and loved entertaining his guests and building great
relationships. Being the son of a business owner, he always knew he wanted
to start one of his own. Danny obtained his Real Estate license in 2010 when the market was at an all-time low. He prides himself in being innovative and staying up on the newest trends and opportunities to maximize his clients bottom line. Danny works incredibly hard for his clients and at the end, ensures they are happy clients for life. He is the technology guru for the team and a strong team leader who has a passion for helping others reach their goals and dreams. Danny is consistently recognized as the top 5% of all agents in the Midwest. He currently lives in Prior Lake with his wife and two children. He enjoys sports, bowling, beer making, yard work, guitar playing, coaching his kid’s teams, boating, water sports and being with his family.

Latest Blog Posts

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