Bradley Robertson loves to get to know her clients. “Each situation is different,” says Bradley. “the reward is in making the process enjoyable and efficient for each individual client. Whether searching for that perfect home or a piece of land to build and escape, it’s all about the client’s specific goals and ambitions for life.”
An Auburn native, Bradley was born and raised in East Alabama and has played an integral part in the life of this community. Bradley has worked in the Auburn area since she was a teenager. She later received her degree in Public Relations from Auburn University. Today, she lives with her husband and three children on a farm north of Auburn, where they work together and have a lot of fun too. They ride tractors and four wheelers, pick blueberries in the Summer and cool off with a swim in their pond.
Bradley ran George’s Farmers Market with her husband for three years. It was here that she fell in love with entrepreneurship and serving the local community. She hopes to use her gifts of communication and marketing to give back to East Alabama. Bradley also writes a weekly column for the Opelika Observer newspaper. Her writing is inspired by her husband and children and her role as mother, wife and a friend to the community. She loves to run and cook, and always has a great book to read. Bradley adores the beach and enjoys anything she can do to be outside.
“Family is everything,” says Bradley. “The most important part of my day is the ending. I share a glass of wine with my husband and prepare a warm meal for my family. We are all back together again, under one roof, and we celebrate all that we have done as a family.”