Bryan Cotton has been working as a real estate broker for nearly a decade, working side by side with clients in Houston and surrounding areas. Contact Bryan for the current residential and commercial real estate available.
Member of Houston Association of Realtors, Texas Association of Realtors and National Association of Realtors
Bryan Cotton is a native Houstonian and a graduate of the University of Houston where he received his Bachelor of Science in Psychology. He started his real estate career in 1998 with Re/Max and worked there for seven years. Wanting to learn every aspect of the real estate market, Bryan then went to work for Perry Homes for two years. With the experience he gained concerning the new home market, he returned to his roots in real estate by establishing Bryan Cotton Properties in Friendswood.
Bryan Cotton has a passion for real estate and level of dedication to his clients that is second to none. The real estate market has changed much in the recent years and many of the changes are not necessarily good news for home buyers and sellers. Many real estate agencies have developed corporate-like policies and procedures often found in the largest of corporations, at the cost of personalized service. This tends to make clients feel more like a number than an important client. When you hire Bryan Cotton you can rest assured that you will be working directly with Bryan and not meet him for the first time at the closing table.
The most common complaint heard from new clients is that a prior agent simply did not listen to them. Buying or selling a home is quite often one of the biggest financial decisions a person can face, and the client needs someone who will listen to their needs, desires and concerns. Years of experience and dedication to clients are reasons to make Bryan Cotton your Real Estate Broker. Bryan is a member of the Houston Association of Realtors, Texas Association of Realtors, and the National Association of Realtors. He is also a Lifetime Member of The Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo as well as an active Board Member of The Montrose Center in Houston, Texas.