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All In the Family!

In her first 18 months involved in real estate, Brandi carried more than 35 houses to a smooth closing. She represents sellers and buyers in the most competitive market seen in Buffalo.

Brandi’s family is in the business of helping others. Her husband, Andy, has been the head coach of the University at Buffalo Swimming and Diving team since 2005. Brandi loves to share her talents with her community. Brandi has coached swimmers of all ages and abilities for the past 35 years. She is the head coach of the Nickel City Splash Masters adult swim team, and runs an adult learn-to-swim program. Brandi and Andy also started UB Swim Camp & Clinics, working with kids from all over the area, teaching them more about swimming and how to be their best.

Brandi is excited to share with you the experience of buying or selling your home. Email her today!


What a pleasure working with Brandi to find a home! She listens and is attentive to your needs and wants in a home and community. She communicates clearly, is always reachable, on-time and prepared for all appointments, honest and always has your best interests at heart. Great experience working with her! Don’t hesitate to contact Brandi!

Sara C.

We had to find a place to live on a very strict deadline. Brandi swooped in and saved the day! She is incredibly organized and FAST. We saw up to seven different houses a week and she was ready with our offers ASAP. She put us in touch with awesome people who helped us with the mortgage and the closing process. Plus she’s hilarious and an absolute joy to be around!

Brandi’s Broker

Brandi is an amazing woman! She has a great family, great kids, and is an excellent coach!

Properties Found for Buyers:

174 Keil St.

Updated, historic home built in 191o.

Price recently dropped. $239,000

143 Tremont Ave.

Beautiful home in the heart of Kenmore!

Price recently dropped. $290,000

39 Cave St.

Open front porch, fully fenced yard and covered patio.

Price recently dropped. $129,900