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Brad Weisman Celebrates 30 Years in Real Estate

by Keller Williams Platinum Realty

Jul 21, 2022

Brad Weisman, Keller Williams Platinum Realty

Brad Weisman of Keller Williams Platinum Realty celebrates 30 years in the real estate business.

Weisman has been a well-established realtor since 1992 with experience selling residential real estate in the surrounding Berks County area and has closed more than 1,700 real estate transactions in his career. With 30 years success in the business, Weisman says staying relevant in all markets is the biggest challenge within the industry. “It is so important to know your business and know your numbers. You should always be the person that knows more than anyone else in the real estate market. If they ask the tough questions you better have the detailed answers,” said Brad Weisman Realtor/Co-Owner Keller Williams Platinum Realty.

“I love every stage of this business from 1992 to 2022. Every client is unique and every transaction has a story. It is never work for me. It’s challenges with solutions that end in my clients realizing the “American Dream” of owning a home. Technology has definitely changed the way we do business but it hasn’t replaced (not yet) the human element necessary to get to settlement. I am really enjoying my new passion of producing a weekly podcast – Real Estate and YOU! The live show allows me to stay relevant by having guests on to discuss not only real estate/industry topics but community topics as well,” said Weisman.

“For more than 30 years, Brad has proven his ability to provide exceptional, personalized service to each and every client and that is why I wanted to partner with him as his key values align with mine,” said Susan McFadden, Operating Principal/Owner Keller Williams Platinum Realty. “As partners, we understand that buying or selling a home is more than a transaction, it’s a life-changing experience. We always put clients first and never stop learning. Brad has proven himself time over time in this profession and continues to reinvent himself to meet market needs.”

In the past 30 years, Brad has made it his mission to be involved within the community through volunteer work. He has developed and continues to develop long lasting relationships with the organizations he serves, those he serves beside and the community members he serves. “My biggest charitable contribution was serving on the Cystic Fibrosis Valentines Gala Committee for 19 years. We raised more than 1.5 million dollars that went to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation to help find a cure. I was also on the board of directors for Olivet Boys and Girls Club for several years and still donate yearly. In the past, I have also volunteered for Meals on Wheels and was the president of the Greater Reading Mental Health Alliance and served on the board of directors for the Animal Rescue League. Currently, I serve on the Habitat for Humanity Birdhouse Challenge committee,” said Weisman.

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