Brook was raised playing volleyball on the beaches of Southern California. He received a volleyball scholarship to USC and studied Public Policy and Management. He spent 9 incredible years playing for the USA National Team and fulfilled his dream of making the 2004 Olympics in Athens. After being fortunate enough to travel the world and live in 10 different countries while playing the game professionally, he had many great experiences but was so happy to return home with an even greater appreciation for California. Residing in Manhattan Beach, Brook and his wife Brett have two kids, Ford and Liv, and a pug Hercules. They love being immersed in such a wonderful, safe and beautiful community here in the South Bay. From spending sunny mornings at the beach playing volleyball to summer concerts in the park, there is no better place to raise a family. With vast knowledge of the South Bay and surrounding LA areas, he would love to help you find your dream home in a place so dear to his heart.
“Upon retiring from professional volleyball I was fortunate enough to work and learn from one of the best brokers in the nation. With numerous sales, the knowledge I needed and countless contacts under my belt, we decided to build our own brand. Having been on numerous successful teams all over the world, I pride myself in being able to communicate with anyone, and work hard as a team, which I’ve found to be essential to getting things done in the real estate world. Whether you are looking to list your home, buy an income property or your forever home, I can help you price your property, negotiate deals, qualify buyers... whatever you need. I approach my life and work with honesty and integrity and always have my clients best interest at heart. The fact that I maintain friendships with every client is a testament to that. I look forward to working with you!”
I honestly love everything about this business as it builds relationships with new friends and old friends.
I may have retired from professional sports but that hunger and thirst to be the best will never go away.