Brad Harper

Director of Operations
770-337-6571‬
678-831-2854 Ext 103

Brad is an Atlanta native who graduated from the University of Georgia in 1998. He has been a real estate appraiser since 2002 and real estate agent since 2003. He has completed thousands of appraisals in Georgia and reviewed thousands more both within the state and throughout the Southeast. With his considerable experience in real estate sales, management and valuation of properties, Brad is known for his hard work, positive approach, teamwork, honesty and expertise.

Previously, Brad was director of valuations of a bank asset team for one of Georgia’s largest real estate companies, where he reviewed thousands of appraisals, BPOs and managed the valuation process, and was heavily involved in tracking properties from acquisition to disposition. During his six years with the company, his team successfully sold over 4,400 properties.

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