Meet Brad Cunningham: Your North TX Real Estate Agent
Brad is a full-time real estate agent with years of buying and selling experience, and specializes in the sale of new construction and existing residential single-family homes in North Texas. Before becoming a Realtor®, he worked in retail financial services and mortgage servicing for more than 14 years.
Why I’m Different
Leveraging his experience as a successful business unit manager, Brad is known for providing best-in-class service, 24/7 availability, personal touches, and as a skilled negotiator with his client's best interests at heart. He strongly believes that it is not only his duty to represent his clients to the best of his ability, but also to educate them throughout every step of the process, armed with top-notch information and market insight, so that his clients can make the best decisions possible.
Brad is honest, direct, trustworthy, hardworking, and extremely knowledgeable about the real estate industry. Having worked with the top agents, team, and broker in the area, his partnerships, ability to work under pressure, and attention to detail, has awarded him the prestigious honor of being one of the top agents on a team, with multi-million dollars in sales each year.
Personal Life and Things I Like to Do
Brad was born and raised in The Colony, Texas and has been a proud resident of Roanoke, Texas since 2010. He has one son who is his pride and joy, a chihuahua who thinks she is a pit bull, enjoys watching his son play sports, entertaining friends, fishing, golf, playing cornhole, spending time at the lake, is a self-proclaimed cigar aficionado, and he loves anything to do with baseball. Brad is a member of Compass Church in Roanoke, Texas and he's a 32° Master Mason and Knights Templar Mason with active membership status.
When Brad is not assisting his clients with buying or selling a home, you can normally find him volunteering his time to help others. He genuinely loves what he does in all aspects of his life, and lives by his favorite quote by Gordon B. Hinckley, "Life is to be enjoyed, not endured"!