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12301 Lake Underhill Rd , Orlando - FL 32828
Office: 1-321-348-8720
Home: 321 348 8720

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About Rick Brown

If you're looking for a Realtor® that you can depend on in Central Florida look no further than Rick Brown. Rick has been serving the area for nearly 30 years and is admirable for his hard work, integrity, and determination. As a local area expert, he uses his knowledge to provide his clients with the resources and services necessary to achieve their real estate dreams.
As an FMU graduate, Rick took the real estate industry by storm, creating The Brown Home Group at Keller Williams. He built his business on dedication, communication, and trust while tailoring the home buying and selling experience for each client. Rick aims to provide a passionate and personalized commitment to his client's needs and has a heartfelt drive to serve his client's best interests. From single family homes to townhomes or condos, he is committed to finding the perfect fit. Rick takes pride in his superior customer service and his ability to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to market education and trends.
Outside of his career, he enjoys being with his two children, Austin and Lindsay, and his beautiful wife who has supported him from day one with his career and goals. Rick also enjoys singing with his Acapella group year round, especially during the holidays for Disney and other attractions in Orlando.
With Rick as your residential real estate agent, he will make you feel like you're his only client and in the end, will go "Above and Beyond the Sale." Contact him today at The Brown Home Group at Keller Williams!

Rick Brown
Brown Home Group @ Keller Williams Advantage II Realty

Brown Home Group @ Keller Williams Advantage II Realty

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