Serving the real estate needs
of Salt Lake's GLBT community since 1992
and the rest of the alphabet too.
No hype, no bogus awards, no team members or assistants.
Just me making it happen for you.
Who Is Brad?
I moved to Salt Lake in 1983 as an electrical engineer with Sperry Corp. where I worked for 8 years under the healthy glow of fluorescent lights in a one-size-fits-all blue polyester smock. It's this background (engineering not fashion) which I draw on to make the detailed analytical search for your new home and the research necessary for a successful sale of your existing home in Salt Lake.
Specialties: My clients tend to keep me focused on the urban core of Salt Lake City with a few excursions county-wide. I live and work from my home office downtown. I love and own both vintage bungalows and urban condos which gives me insight into marketing and purchasing both types of housing.
Most Recent Achievment: I recently set up a Microsoft home network in only 3 days, with 2 service calls and the help of an old Percocet that I found under a sofa cushion.
Other Interests: History of old homes, Ethnic cooking, Traveling way off the beaten path, Handyman skills and classic films.
Relocating from beyond the borders of Zion? Then I can place you in touch with a gay and lesbian real estate professional in your home town through my association with GLBT referral organizations.
My involvement with the local Gay community has included a two-year stint as a trained volunteer facilitator for weekly Safe Sex workshops for the Utah AIDS Foundation.
My interest in photography led me to volunteer services as a staff photographer for the Triangle and The Bridge community newsmagazines.
Past Entertainment Director for the annual Utah AIDS Foundation Walk For Life.
A old parody ad that I had some fun with.
I began a full time career in real estate in 1992 and found that 16% of my sales volume was from Gay or Lesbian clients. By 1996 that number had grown to 43% "family" sales volume. Each year sales to GLBT clients continued to grow until reaching an average of about 70%, which seems to hold steady year after year.
In addition to handling your real estate transaction I can put you in touch with GLBT friendly loan officers, title companies, and insurance agents.
Then I'll introduce you to many of your new neighbors and help you feel a part of the Salt Lake family. And if discretion is your comfort level I can respect that as well.
"Brad helped my partner and me sell our former home at top dollar and close on horse property on the outskirts of Salt Lake City. Brad was very professional, personal, and helpful during complicated closings. It was very nice having a member of 'our family' on our side of the bargaining table. We intend to seek Brad's assistance for all our future real estate needs."
Salt Lake City, Utah
"As a resident of Seattle and a former resident of San Francisco and Washington D.C., I was less than thrilled when my partner announced he had been transferred to Salt Lake City, Utah. My first reaction was to pack his suitcase and dig out a handkerchief to waive at his departing plane. Instead I dug out a gay guide, took out a subscription to two Salt Lake City lesbian and gay newspapers, and found an advertisement for an openly gay realtor. Brad Dundas hooked us up with a mortgage company that didn't ask or care why two unmarried men were buying a house together and helped us find a house we could easily afford in a neighborhood that we were sure we couldn't afford at all - a neighborhood that is both gay friendly and populated by friendly gays.
As a Realtor®, Brad Dundas impressed me for a number of reasons. When we told him what we wanted and how much we could afford, he found us a house that met all of requirements and was substantially less expensive than we were willing and expected to pay. When the seller failed to credit us with a $100 cleaning deposit, something I had forgotten about as well, Brad remembered and made the seller write us a check although he had already been paid and had no financial incentive to care.
Throughout the process, Brad was scrupulously honest. He never exaggerated and never attempted to sell us more house than we could afford. He pointed out flaws in houses I was ready to purchase on the spot.
I recommend Brad for his sensitivity and professionalism but it is his integrity that sets him apart.
Salt Lake City, Utah
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Salt Lake City, Utah 84121
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