DIRECTOR OF AUCTIONS

BEN BRADY

When we say Ben is the leading auctioneer in the country, we aren’t joking. Before transferring to California, Ben was calling more auctions than any other auctioneer in the country, selling more than $4 billion’s worth of property over the past five years.

DIRECTOR OF AUCTIONS

BEN BRADY

When we say Ben is the leading auctioneer in the country, we aren’t joking. Before transferring to California, Ben was calling more auctions than any other auctioneer in the country, selling more than $4 billion’s worth of property over the past five years.

TAKING HIS TALENTS FROM AUSTRALIA TO THE U.S.

Ben has been immersed in real estate for most of his life. At age 15, he started working as a personal assistant to the business owners of three Harcourts offices on the East Coast of Australia. His ambitious attitude drove him to become a qualified agent. Soon, his “SOLD” signs were spreading from neighborhood to neighborhood.
Motivated to continue to progress, he soon became sales manager of one of Harcourts Australia’s biggest office. He was awarded the REIQ Rookie Auctioneer of the Year his first year auctioning. In 2010, he was the youngest ever finalist at the Harcourts Australian Auctioneering Championships. The same year, he also earned his place to compete in the Australasian Auctioneering Championships; a competition only available to the top 10 auctioneers throughout Australia and New Zealand. In 2013, he was nominated as a finalist for Australia Auctioneer of the Year. Despite his continually growing list of achievements, his number one passion continues to be Harcourts. Continually striving for success, he is motivated by the belief that the sale or purchase of property is one of the most important decisions a person will make. He’s looking forward to meeting you.

“Those who build great companies understand that the ultimate throttle on growth for any great company is not the markets, or technology, or competition, or products.

It is one thing above all others – the ability to get and keep enough of the right people.”

WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE MOTTO?

Hope is a bad strategy.

WHERE IS THE NEXT PLACE YOU WANT TO TRAVEL AND WHY?

Europe, to take our auction strategy to that part of the word.

IF YOU COULD TIME TRAVEL, WOULD YOU GO TO THE PAST OR FUTURE?

I love history, so I would love to go back to the 50’s and 60’s.