Breah Brown began her real estate career in 2014 and quickly became a top producing agent.
As a skilled investor and developer herself, Breah has hands-on experience in almost every aspect of the business, allowing her to provide unique insight into her client’s decision-making process, whether they are buying, selling, developing, or investing.
Breah’s interest in real estate started early in life since her father was a builder and her mother worked in commercial real estate. Their influence led her to launch her real estate career by forming her development firm with a builder and investor as partners.
Breah developed several new construction projects in Inwood Park and the Bird Streets of Northwest Dallas. That success further cultivated her genuine passion for the business and created more opportunities.
Breah has also formed an extensive network of peers and professionals throughout her career.
Today, she specializes in serving clients in the new development and luxury sectors in Highland Park, University Park, Preston Hollow, Midway Hollow, Devonshire, the Greater Dallas area, and Long Cove on Cedar Creek Lake.
Before real estate, Breah was a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader. During this time, she traveled the world, cultivated her unstoppable work ethic, satisfied her competitive nature, and developed the outstanding communication skills she’s known for today. Breah later helped develop and co-owned a nationwide dental practice.
A Dallas native, Breah resides in Highland Park with her two children, Parker and Hudson.
How long have you been in real estate, and what led you to this career?
I’ve been in real estate for eight years. I co-owned and operated a dental franchise in my previous life. When I sold out in 2012, I began working on my real estate license. My clientele in real estate are many doctors and investors from my network in dental.
Now that you’ve been a real estate professional for a while if you could go back in time and give yourself any advice, what would it be?
Don’t put off tomorrow what you can do today. Time management in this business is the key to success.
What is the best thing about being a real estate agent?
Networking with amazing clients and colleagues.
What is your outlook on the Dallas market?
The Dallas market will stay hot in 2022. With so many companies and families still moving here, inventory will stay low, and we will see more luxury inventory coming to market.
Can you give us a fun fact about yourself?
I’ve been on six USO tours while a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader.