About Brandi Jackson
Brandi Jackson brings over fifteen years of experience in real estate. She has a successful track record as an agent closing over 900 transactions and $210 million in sales. She is the Broker/Owner and Relocation Director of one of the top real estate companies in Victoria which has closed 925 million dollars on sales to date. In July 2016, Brandi was voted Top 30 Under 40 Business Moguls of the Crossroads in the GC Magazine.
After graduating from Industrial High School, she pursued a career in Business Administration at Victoria College. Always having a passion for real estate, she then decided to obtain her Realtor license in 2007. In 2012, Brandi obtained her Broker license and opened her own real estate brokerage. She has experience in residential and multi-family sales, residential and commercial investments, land development, and carries an extensive background in all aspects of REO procedures.
Brandi has always thrived to be a successful entrepreneur. She has found purpose and fulfillment in starting and growing a business that helps people and creates meaningful jobs for her agents. There is a quote by Steve Jobs that has always stayed with her. “Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. The only way to do great work is to love what you do.” Being a Real Estate Broker and providing a valuable service to the community is what Brandi was meant to do.
Brandi is a member of the Victoria Area Association of Realtors, Texas Association of Realtors, National Association of Realtors, Central Texas MLS, HAR MLS, and Crossroads Builders Association. Brandi has served as Director of the Victoria Board of Realtors and been a member of Junior League of Victoria.
Brandi is a member of the Victoria Chamber of Commerce as well as serves on the Victoria Public Library Advisory Board and the CBA Parade of Homes Committee. In July 2016, she was voted Top 30 Under 40 Business Moguls of the Crossroads in the Golden Crescent magazine.