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Help the Brian Worrell Team, Realtors donate $5,000 to local charities and student groups in the next year.  The Brian Worrell Team would like to partner with local charities and student groups by donating proceeds to the organizations that matter most to our clients. 

Every time your charity or group is mentioned by a new client, the Brian Worrell Team will donate $250 per closing to the 501(c)(3) designated entity mentioned by our client ($500 for any clients who close on new construction).  There is no limit to how much money your organization can receive, and the only requirements are that your organization has 501(c)(3) status and positively affects lives in the League City Area, Clear Lake, or general Houston Bay Area.

 

 

 

 

  
Brian Worrell - GRI, CNE
Bayou Properties Realty  |   The Worrell Team, Realtors
Cell  281-948-7042  |  Fax  832-514-7029  |  www.BrianWorrell.com

 

2015 Top 20 Rising Star of Real Estate Under 40 by HAR
    (Awarded for excellence in Sales, Leadership, and Community Service)
 
Consistent Multi-Million Dollar Top Producer
2011-2016 FIVE STAR Real Estate Professional as listed in Texas Monthly Magazine 
 

 


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