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Bardie Loves to sell COLUMBUS, Ga. Bardie Brady has lived in Columbus her entire life. She’s passionate about the area, its people and its lifestyle, which is why she takes such pride as a real estate professional. Bardie finds great rewards in helping others make the most of their opportunities in the Columbus area and uses her depth of local knowledge to help clients make the right buying and selling decisions.
For Bardie Brady, success starts with having a positive approach. She’s optimistic and fun to be around, which makes the moving experience enjoyable for everyone involved. But most importantly, she focuses on creating positive results.Bardie works her hardest with your family’s priorities at the forefront doing whatever it takes to make your real estate dreams come true.
If you are buying or selling a home in the Columbus area, Think Positive! Think Bardie Brady. Call or text her today and see how she can make a positive difference for you and your family during your next real estate experience.
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For Bardie Brady Three Words Say It All...
"No Stinkin' Thinkin'!"
It’s a simple philosophy, but it’s one that means quite a lot to Bardie Brady. She has always enjoyed being around positive people and prefers to look at life with a “can-do” attitude. Success for Bardie has been a result of thinking positive, acting with positive intent and focusing on positive results.
Impacting the Community
Bardie is a Columbus native with roots in the area that date back many generations. She attributes her positive approach to her upbringing, where she was encouraged to take an active role in the community. Bardie’s biggest achievement was helping found the Bridges Learning Center for children with Autism—children just like her own son Lawson. When he was diagnosed with the disease, there was nowhere in town for them to turn. Bardie and her husband, Rem, took matters into their own hands, found specialized therapists and organized Bridges.
Nothing is more important to Bardie than her family.
It started with Lawson and one other student in a study room at the local library, but quickly grew into a full learning center with its own facilities and a full staff of therapists—specialists in physical, occupational, speech and behavioral therapy. Now, more than 20 children are part of the program. “To see the progress my son and so many other kids have made over the years is truly amazing,” Bardie says. “It’s very rewarding to have been a part of this center since the beginning.”