A unicorn in the sense that he will provide any service that his client needs, Luxury Realtor Brian Sprague understands that the best service he can give lies in advocating for his clients whether that mens assessing an investment opportunity, finding a truly unique property or accepting a request that other agents may not. Relentless in providing an elite level of service, he is committed to making their experience the most rewarding that it can be.
Prior to his foray into Real Estate, Brian began his career in corporate America, working in advertising sales, non-profit fundraising and grant writing. In 2009, he moved into real estate at an especially uncertain time and found that his far-reaching knowledge, large network and ability to elevate his clients’ experience allowed him to not only succeed, but to flourish. Brian’s seemingly effortless approach and dedication to the highest ethical and professional standards consistently benefit buyers and sellers alike, building easy rapport and solid trust with each new relationship.
Today, Brian has been integral to many high-profile developments in the area including condo conversions and multi-family properties. He has been a vital member of development teams for luxury projects including a $300 million project that sold out six month ahead of closing. Since 2010, he has specializes in new construction sales and helping developers realize their vision by implementing concrete business strategies. Brian has a special love of historic properties and the homes in the Old Northeast.
“Whether people have an interest in new construction, property management, development, etc. there are a ton of speciality niches to choose from,” says Brian. “I believe that’s a great approach to have success, along with continually learning all you can to take your knowledge level beyond what is expected.”
On a personal note, Brian has made giving back to his community a priority. His dedication to supporting equality and local pride events has made Brian an essential voice and has earned accolades from around the community. His efforts were recognized by Watermark Magazine in 2007 when they awarded Brian the Unsung Hero award.