Brad’s passion and drive to serve his clients and foster a culture of collaboration have been a core foundational pillar of his success. With over 22 years of experience, Brad was a co-founder of NWG Real Estate in 2007 and the #1 producer for 11 consecutive years (2007-2017). While with NWG, Brad pioneered their “Client Care” program, which is focused on delivering unparalleled service to clients well after the transaction had closed.
In 2017, NWG was chosen by Compass Real Estate as their primary launch partner. The NWG team at Compass was the #1 large team in the state of Washington for sales volume (#4 Nationally), while Brad ranked in the top 1% of brokers. The NWG team earned the reputation of being the most collaborative group in the industry, something Brad is extremely proud of as it underscores their core belief system of putting others first. This philosophy stems from the belief that the client benefits most from being represented by a team of brokers matched for expertise, specialization, and personality fit.
Brad’s core business is relationship centric. The overwhelming majority of his clients are personal referrals coming directly from his extensive network, including past clients, business associates, and his personal sphere. With a “givers gain” mentality Brad believes in adding value to others first, understanding that earning trust comes from being authentic, genuine, and having an unwavering commitment to always place his clients’ best interests above all else.
On a personal level, Brad’s favorite thing to do is spend time with his wife Amanda, daughter Sloane (6), and son Brandy (4). He is actively involved in their activities and interests, and especially enjoys coaching. Brad is also an avid sports fan with a strong supporter of University of Washington athletics.
- Responsible for over $1B in transactions
- Top 1% in state of Washington
- Senior Founder/Partner, Real Residential (2022)
- President, NWG Team at Compass (2020-2022)
- Co-Founder, NWG Real Estate (2008)
- University of Washington, Foster School of Business (2003)