A Cornhusker through and through, this proud Nebraska native is a bit of a renaissance man. Prior to getting his real estate license in 2017, Brian worked in education, the non-profit sector and in talent management. Then, in 2016, he founded one of the country’s hottest ice cream concepts, Chaos & Cream, which was profiled on the Food Network. His meticulous attention to detail and insatiable need to please clients have helped him succeed at every stage of life and, based on the results he has already produced in real estate, clearly those skills have carried over.
Brian chose real estate because he wanted the opportunity to thoroughly and thoughtfully work with people during one of the most important periods of their life. Whether a client is purchasing a home, selling one or making an investment, it’s vital he or she has confidence in Brian and feels at ease with the process.
As for why he selected Kentwood Real Estate as his real estate home? “I want to be one of the best at everything I do, so I chose to work with the best in the business. Kentwood’s reputation is light years ahead, and each and every one of our brokers is dedicated to the highest standard of excellence and ethics.” Like any good officially recognized REALTOR®, Brian appreciates the importance of relationship building and networking. He also enjoys the role technology and social media play in today’s real estate marketing landscape.
On any given summer night, Brian and his two sons can be found at Red Rocks or Coors Field. In his quest to lead by example, the words of wisdom he has for his sons and others is “not to spend so much time worrying about what other people think. Decide what to be and go be it.” Brian has volunteered with Colorado Youth at Risk since 2012, where he serves as a mentor. He also finds to time to come back to balance by practicing yoga whenever he can.
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