Brad Kappel, TTR | Sotheby’s International Realty

Brad Kappel, <br>TTR | Sotheby's International Realty

Brad Kappel,
TTR | Sotheby's International Realty


209 Main Street Annapolis MD

About

Brad Kappel’s extensive knowledge of the Annapolis area luxury home and waterfront market is second to none. Raised on the waters of the Chesapeake Bay, Brad is a third-generation Annapolitan who offers an in-depth understanding of the area and the unique differences in each of its waterfront communities. Securing more than $400 million in sales, with over 250 waterfront properties sold, Brad has over a decade of profitable sales experience in both ebb and flood markets. Supported by his dedicated team, Brad is known for his impeccable service, eye for detail, and outstanding negotiating skills. Brad has an unparalleled ability to truly listen to his clients’ wants and needs and strategically advise them to achieve the best possible outcome. Building lifelong relationships based on trust, results-driven accountability and tenured advice are the hallmarks of Brad’s practice.

Along with exclusive access to Sotheby’s highly qualified global clientele, Brad also brings a vast list of local trade contacts and resources to help clients to prepare their home for sale. Brad’s extensive background in home construction and renovation provides practical insight into a property’s current condition as well as its potential, helping Sellers to obtain the maximum value for their home.

Brad attended St. Mary’s School in Annapolis, College of Charleston, and the Chapman School of Seamanship in Stuart, Florida. An avid boater, he is an active member and supporter of the Eastport Yacht Club and is involved in many civic and community organizations including the Anne Arundel Medical Center, the Severn River Association and the Fort Meade Alliance Foundation. When he’s not pursuing his passion in real estate, he can be found cooking a favorite seafood dish, boating, paddle boarding, playing guitar or simply enjoying the waterfront lifestyle with his family at their home on the Severn River.