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Brendan Coleman feels strongly that he's not just selling you a home; he is investing his time for your benefit. "I'm here to satisfy and meet your needs," says Brendan. "I will provide you my time, as much as you need, until you have successfully bought or sold your home."
This long history of attentive service, familiarity with meeting people's needs, and understanding that real estate is often the most important investment one can make motivates Brendan in his work each day. His educational background in the essentials of real estate came via his family that boasts a long lineage in the business, starting with his great grandfather who began buying and selling property in Waltham, MA in 1910, then subsequently managed and insured all types of real estate. He next founded Coleman and Sons, where his grandfather became involved in selling, managing and developing real estate.
Brendan's father was the third generation of the firm, specializing in real estate appraisal and consulting primarily in conjunction with litigation.
Naturally, Brendan's interest was fueled by working part-time and summers with Coleman and Sons. Yet he also pursued other ventures, establishing himself as a professional in his own right with great substance. While putting himself through The University of Massachusetts in Boston in his hometown, Brendan worked full-time on the sales team at Boston's foremost florist. His hard work and solid client relationships quickly got him promoted to account executive working closely with hotels, catering companies, corporate and residential clients.
Strongly suited with a skill set in time management, negotiating and professionalism, Brendan always makes his clientele's needs top priority in every transaction. His personality is another unique asset that keeps clients both loyal and entertained. He possesses a built-in work ethic and an innate belief that every undertaking is an opportunity. Being a middle child in a family of eight also armed him with a good sense of humor, a strong set of leadership and negotiating skills, plus an ability to survive a variety of situations.