Buying a house is likely the largest financial commitment anyone makes. You are not just buying a structure; you are buying a dream. It’s not just a house—it’s your home. Home is a place where family comes together and where memories are built and cherished. Brian wants to help you achieve your dream. Finding the right home for you will be his number one priority, and he is diligently committed to making that happen.
The real estate world is full of cookie cutter agents, clinging to identical and ancient business methods. That’s not Brian. Anyone can put up the For Sale sign. Let Brian Amaral put up the SOLD! As your agent, Brian understands that today’s real estate consumer relies heavily on technology in both the purchase and the sale of a home, and he will provide strategic marketing and expert analysis services. Brian is a seasoned entrepreneur and a real estate enthusiast. He personally has purchased and sold residential rental properties, a commercial condominium, and owned and operated a retail/wholesale bakery. Don’t get us wrong, although technology is a centerpiece of his business, it’s not the main ingredient in his overall recipe.
After years in management in a typical corporate atmosphere, Brian decided to pursue his dream and enter the real estate field exclusively. As a full-time agent, the most important thing to him was choosing the right company and the right team to align himself with. After working at a few local boutique firms, he teamed up with the exceptional people at Howard Hanna. He is equipped to use all the current technology available to help you find a home as quickly as possible. With his energy and drive he will work tirelessly to make what you want happen. He believes that communication is key for a successful partnership. He will address your questions and concerns throughout the buying or selling process and walk you through right up to closing.
As a resident of Ballston Lake in Saratoga County, Brian knows the community well, and choosing an agent that is familiar with the area where you want to live is in your best interest.