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Brad Cahill

Founding Broker - Compass Seattle | President - NWG Signature

M: 206.930.4503

About Brad

Prior to partnering with Compass as the first brokerage in the Seattle/Bellevue market, Brad was Co-Founder and Director of Resale of Northwest Group Real Estate. He was the #1 producer for 11 consecutive years (2007-2017) and pioneered their “Client Care” program, which focused on delivering unparalleled service to clients well after a transaction had closed. He was also the most collaborative Broker at their firm, with a strong belief that the client benefits most from being represented by a team of brokers matched for expertise, specialization, and personality.

Brad’s core business is relationship-centric. Over 90% of his clients are personal referrals coming directly from his extensive network, including past clients, business associates, and his personal sphere. With a “givers gain” mentality, Brad believes in adding value to others first– understanding that earning trust comes from being authentic, genuine, and having an unwavering commitment to always place his clients’ best interests above all else.

Due to his ability to leverage existing relationships while understanding the subtle nuances of navigating a negotiation is one of his greatest strengths, earning him an exceptional reputation of one of the savviest negotiators in the business. Brad has a unique, rare ability to consistently outperform the market with his clients, while maintaining the respect of his peers due to his strong ethics and morals. Within the industry, he is well regarded and universally known for doing business “the right way”.

Outside of real estate, Brad’s favorite thing to do is spend time with his family which include his wife Amanda, daughter Sloane (3), and son Brandy (1). Brad is also an avid sports fan with a strong passion for the University of Washington athletics, specifically Football and Basketball. Brad is a proud graduate of the esteemed Foster School of Business at the University of Washington.

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