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About Brian Lord


Having been in the real estate business for over 18 years, Brian has witnessed the market go through a variety of cycles and has always managed to successfully come out on top. A long-time resident who also served as a firefighter and paramedic with Brevard County Fire Rescue, Brian's knowledge of the local and surrounding areas, its neighborhoods, and everything in-between is impeccable.

As your Realtor and personal consultant, Brian's number one goal is to always provide the utmost in quality customer service. "My passion for helping people to better their lives is unstoppable and unsurpassed," Brian explained. "My education and history as a crises manager exemplifies that passion and takes my abilities in working with the public to unprecedented heights."

Brian doesn't just help people buy and sell houses, he creates relationships and through these relationships, he is able to grow his business so that he can help even more people. "My number one goal isn't to necessarily sell a house, but rather to make my clients so happy with my services that they can't wait to refer me to their families and friends."

One thing that sets Brian apart from most other Realtors is that he is licensed as a Broker and is certified as an expert in distressed properties and negotiations which typifies his experience, discipline and dedication to real estate. In addition to being a local real estate market expert, Brian is highly knowledgeable in the distressed property market, which includes banked owned properties and short sales. He also enjoys working with first-time homebuyers and is a Listing Specialist. Brian holds a B.A. degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Central Florida and enjoys practicing the art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Contact Brian Lord today make your next move to Central Florida a successful one!

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