Angela Brady began working in real estate in January of 2006 and is a respected Realtor® and a part time real estate instructor with Sea Coast Real Estate Academy. In 2018 and 2019 Angela was nominated by the people of Fayetteville in the "Fayetteville Observer Reader's Choice Awards" for Best Real Estate Agent and was one of the top 3 finalist in 2018. Angela was also voted Best Realtor® in 2018 by the "Best of Fayetteville Up in Coming Magazine" and was selected by Trademark’s “Women of Distinction” publication and received recognition in the field of real estate for the state of North Carolina.
For over 3 decades Angela has worked in some form of sales and marketing. She was a top producer with companies such as Haverty's, The Waterbed Factory Outlet, and Bishop Carpet. In her younger years she was a professional model, TV personality, extra in numerous movies and held the titles of “Miss Spivey’s Corner” and “Miss Wilmington” and won numerous scholarships through the Miss America Scholarship program.
Along with her love for real estate Angela has a love for serving others. Angela is the wife of Todd Brady, the pastor of "The River Community Church" and the mother of 2 adult children.
Angela is a professional singer and speaker and she has traveled throughout the United States and internationally sharing her story through music, seminars, ventriloquism, ladies’ retreats, rallies, concerts and mission trips.
Due to Angela’s past experiences she has an ability to understand the needs of her clients and although she is a kind-hearted person, do not be misled. She can be a “Mama Bear” if necessary to protect the rights of her clients. Angela is as gentle as a rose, but as strong as a lion, the perfect combination for a successful real estate professional. For more information, call Angela (910) 309-2960 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Angela was excellent in keeping us informed. She cared for us personally and was very professional.
She was always available and very knowledgeable about real estate. You could really tell she cared about us.