Brad Campbell’s career in Commercial Real Estate began in 2009 after 16 years in securities sales and asset management, and 8 years as an executive manager and independent business consultant. Since 2009, Brad has successfully handled land assembly for future development projects, land and pad site sales and acquisition, office building sales and acquisition, and tenant representation.
For most of his early career in institutional securities sales, Brad served as a leading account executive for the securities brokerage arm of the America’s Community Bankers Association. He served both institutional clients and high net-worth individuals by executing portfolio strategies tailored to meet the unique needs of the client and designed to reduce risk and maximize total returns. Brad built a loyal clientele by remaining decidedly results oriented and client focused.
Brad’s earlier accomplishments in the investment arena led to his appointment as Vice President of Sales for a growing financial services technology firm in Austin where he helped build a national sales organization from the ground up into one of the industry’s top performers. Brad was then promoted to President of a wholly owned subsidiary, which he later successfully spun-off to private investors. Brad’s talents are still sought out as an independent business consultant.
At McAllister and Associates in Austin, Texas, Brad has taken the opportunity to combine his extensive investment and business experience with his passion for commercial real estate investment properties. He serves his clients’ real estate needs with the same integrity, market savvy, and conscientious focus that he has become known for throughout his career. His marketing and deal making experience serves commercial buyers, sellers, and tenants alike with the same high standard of professionalism and attention to detail.
Mr. Campbell is happily married to his wife of 18 years and has 2 extraordinary daughters. In his spare time he is an active hunter and fisherman, has served as a Board member for an Austin non-profit youth sports organization, and has been a long time member of conservation organizations like Ducks Unlimited and the Coastal Conservation Association of Texas.