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About David Brewster

I believe the most important things in life are family, community and security. One leads to the
next. Family and strong relationships are built on conversation and create an environment that
fosters growth, health and happiness. Vibrant communities are also built on conversation.
Conversation emanates from family connectedness, and leads to safe, secure homes in which
families grow and thrive. I believe that strong healthy relationships and strong communities
enjoy everything from improved health, education and environment.
For a great many years, I worked for a major marketer of consumer goods who’s mission
statement was all about marketing products that make things better for everyday people. My
job was to develop products that were better than those currently being sold and yet keep
them affordable. Even small improvements in how well a product works or affects the
environment, when multiped over 100 million products sold, provide a significant benefit for
society.
After a many years of contented employment I left that job. Now I want to focus on helping
fewer people in greater ways and put a more personal stamp on relationships, communities
and security. Buying a house is one of the most important events in a person’s lifetime. I am a
REALTOR because it allows me to help friends, neighbors and folks I’ll come to know work
through the ins and outs of buying a house that as their home will maximize their comfort,
community fit and security.
So, how do we get there? How do we make the most of major life decisions around where to
live? It should be obvious. We start with a conversation.

David Brewster
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices <br>

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
"The Right House Changes Everything"

David Brewster



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