Back when Brad was a kid Narre Warren looked very different than what it does today. Growing up there, Brad witnessed a transformation of the Casey/Cardinia region from a rural landscape to an urban living community.
He now lives in Upper Beaconsfield with his wife and two young sons who attend Beaconhills College, Pakenham.
A family man first and foremost, Brad’s priority is spending quality time with his wife and two boys. He’s activity involved in his son’s football team providing first aid when needed. And when he’s not doing that, you’ll find him at the footy with both boys by his side watching his favourite AFL team. Brad also volunteers as class room aid at Beaconhills College when time permits.
With a background in sales for over 20 years, Brad returned to Obrien Real Estate, Pakenham several years ago following a call from Rod Capuano. What motivates Brad is his clients. He’s a hands-on, loyal and friendly agent whose attention to detail means he often sees things other might miss. What Brad enjoys most about the real estate business is client interaction. Brad has a style about him which means he connects easily with clients. Brad’s also known for his fair but firm negotiating skills which are driven by his desire to always secure the right price for his clients.
Clients consistently give Brad 5 stars when rating their real estate transactions with him. Just recently, vendor Richard remarked about how knowledgeable, genuine and compassionate he is to deal with. Brad worked exceptionally hard to secure the right price for this vendor’s lifestyle property in Pakenham South.
This business is all about results so for Brad to be recognise and awarded Top Achiever by his peers in 2018 is a testament to his ability as a real estate agent.
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OBrien Real Estate had auctions scheduled in 22 suburbs this week and successfully sold 64% with an average of 29 days on the market.
Throughout Victoria there were 1317 Auctions Scheduled and of the results collect thus far there has been a 63% clearance rate has been recorded.