Though Craig Brody has worked in real estate for less than three years, his innate passion for sales has allowed him to take a risk and make a difference in a new field. After working in the liquor and wine industry for 15 years, Brody now enjoys a career spent connecting people to the home of their dreams.
Brody works as an associate in luxury sales for Douglas Elliman throughout Boston and its suburbs. He most often serves high-end sellers, buyers and multifamily developers. Before Brody began his career in real estate, his experience included working in merchandising sales, directing a national sales program and building brands on a large scale. He has always possessed a unique talent for sales, and his vast knowledge of people and the Boston area as a whole made the transition to real estate a seamless one.
Brody has already enjoyed his fair share of accomplishments. He became the exclusive sales agent of an eight-unit luxury building in Jeffries Point and was also able to hit his personal sales goal for the entire year within just six months. “I like to say that I will do what it takes to make a sale happen,” he says. “Being driven has been a big force in my success.”
Philanthropy is a large part of Brody’s life outside of work. He is involved with the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, having lost his father to cancer in June of 2019. He also enjoys watching sports, reading and being a great dad to his kids, Alexandria, Barrett and Mackenzie.