Brian E Adams, Realtor, GRI StarPointe Realty 311 E Stan Schlueter Lp. Ste. #205 Killeen, TX 76542 (512) 763-7912 email@example.com Licensed in the State of Texas
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(512) 763-7912; firstname.lastname@example.org <h3>Background</h3> A Dallas native, I made my way to Central Texas when posted to Fort Hood in the Army. I attended the United States Military Academy at West Point and spent five years in the Field Artillery branch (mostly rocket launchers). I deployed for ten months to Afghanistan in 2011-12 where I worked on a training team – specifically helping the Afghan officers run their basic training. While there, I tried my hand as a teacher, teaching some English to Afghan soldiers in my spare time. <h3>Family and Fun</h3> My wife, Helen, is from London. We met when both on vacation in Mexico, less than two months before I deployed to Afghanistan. We were married in Dallas after she had uprooted her London life as for a new start in the Texas Hill Country. We have since had two happy and beautiful daughters, Heather Lily and Matilda May.
As for hobbies – Texas is a cold, cold place any time the Cowboys and Rangers aren’t whipping up on their opponents. I love the history of the War Between the States. And my wife and I spend time relaxing, keeping up with our favorite TV shows on Netflix and the DVR. <h3><a href=”http://hoodhomesblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/adams_picture.jpg”><img class=”size-medium wp-image-27 alignright” src=”http://hoodhomesblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/adams_picture.jpg?w=217″ alt=”Adams_Picture” width=”217″ height=”300″ /></a>Real Estate</h3> I entered real estate when leaving the Army. My mom is a real estate agent, and I just enjoy homes, property and land too much to be doing anything different. It is my passion. I am blessed to be making a living doing something I love. I am passionate about continuing to learn more about the real estate industry, the local market, and our community.
I’ve owned three homes in the Killeen area. The first was in <a href=”https://www.hoodhomesblog.com/killeen/white-rock-estates/”><strong>White Rock Estates</strong></a>, which I rented out when I was deployed. I then bought and lived in a <a href=”https://www.hoodhomesblog.com/investors/fort-hood-duplexes-and-fourplexes/”><strong>fourplex</strong> </a>on Killeen’s south west side, and we now live in an <a href=”https://www.hoodhomesblog.com/buying/blog/fort-hood-builder-rankings/”><strong>All Star</strong></a> home in <a href=”https://www.hoodhomesblog.com/killeen/trimmier-estates/”><strong>Trimmier Estates</strong></a>.
If you have any questions about any of the above, call at <strong>(512) 763-7912</strong> or shoot me an email at <strong>email@example.com</strong> and I will find an answer to your question!
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