Breah Brown is a top-producing luxury real estate agent, entrepreneur, and investor. She began her real estate career in 2014 and quickly became a top producing agent. As a skilled investor and developer herself, Breah has hands-on experience in almost every aspect of the real estate business. This proven expertise provides unique insight into her client’s decision-making process, whether they are buying, selling, developing, or investing. Breah recently joined forces with Tracy Tutor as Partner/CEO of the Tracy Tutor Team in Texas!
Breah’s interest in real estate started early in life since her father was a builder and her mother worked in commercial real estate. This influence led her to launch her real estate career by forming her own development firm with a builder and investor as partners. Breah then developed several new construction projects in Inwood Park and the “bird streets” of Northwest Dallas. This success further cultivated her genuine passion for the business and created more opportunities to further her career.
Breah has also formed an extensive network of peers and professionals throughout her career. This network is comprised of builders, investors, doctors and attorneys who are drawn to her comprehensive knowledge, professional approach, and impeccable integrity. Today, she specializes in serving clients in the new development and luxury sectors in Highland Park, University Park, Preston Hollow, Midway Hollow, Devonshire, the Greater Dallas area, and Long Cove on Cedar Creek Lake.
Before real estate, Breah was a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader. During this time, she traveled the world, cultivated her unstoppable work ethic, satisfied her natural competitive nature, and developed the outstanding communication skills she’s known for today. Breah later helped develop and co-owned a nationwide dental practice.
A Dallas native, Breah resides in Highland Park with her two children. She believes in giving back to the community and is an avid supporter of several nonprofit organizations, including Big Brother/Big Sister, DIFFA, the Carson Leslie Foundation, Legal Hospice of Texas, and Smith Charities.