DeRonja Real Estate Hires Bradley Congleton

Nov 18, 2019

RALEIGH, N.C. - Nov. 19, 2019 - PRLog -- DeRonja Real Estate (DRE), a boutique full-service residential real estate firm serving the Triangle area, has hired Bradley K. Congleton as a Broker.  With a passion for building long-lasting relationships, he easily transitioned into residential real estate sales after working in leasing with one of the Triangle's most successful developers.  A natural people person,  Bradley believes in hard work, A+ customer service, and placing his client's needs before his own. Bradley prides himself on being an excellent communicator and sees to it that every detail is handled for a smooth transaction.

An East Carolina University graduate, Bradley was awarded the Honorary Colonel for the Commonwealth of Kentucky in recognition of his civic contributions including Student Body Vice President of his Junior Class and Student Body President of his Senior Class.  "Bradley has demonstrated servant leadership at its best and is undoubtedly a great fit for DeRonja Real Estate," said Frank DeRonja, Owner and Principal Broker of DRE.  "We continue our pursuit of quality agents to whom relationships matter and who never waiver in their commitment to delivering best customer service possible.  We are very fortunate that Bradley chose DRE."

To learn more about Bradley, read his professional biography at www.DREfirm.com/about/Bradley-K-Congleton. If you're buying or selling real estate in the Triangle, contact DRE at (919) 443-3123, or visit the company's website at www.DREfirm.com.

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