Tommy Brannock, Associate Broker
Tommy is a native of Charlottesville and a graduate of the University of Virginia, COMM ‘79. He has worked full-time as a Realtor since 1981, achieved his Broker’s license in 1985 and amassed numerous awards and distinctions including CENTURY 21’s Top Producer in Virginia (2000), CAAR’s Sales Associate of the Year (2006), and Real Estate III’s Top Producer (2011) as well as Sales Associate of the Year (2013). Tommy enjoys working with clients in all price ranges and especially those who are new to Charlottesville. He fully understands a Real Estate transaction is likely one of the largest financial transactions his clients will ever undertake. Tommy’s clients continue to refer friends, relatives and colleagues long after their transaction is successfully completed. These referrals speak volumes about Tommy’s integrity-driven service, impeccable market knowledge, and commitment to achieve the best results for his clients.
Each year Tommy is consistently named a top producer in our Association. Tommy averages over 45 transactions a year, and puts his passion for the area and decades of experience to work for clients every day to maintain his position as a top selling Realtor.
Giving back through community service is important to Tommy. He served 12 years on the Board of the Virginia Institute of Autism (two-term President), and continues to work tirelessly for the local chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. His family formed “Team Brannock” to honor their mother, and Tommy has been recognized as the leader of one of the top 40 fundraising Teams in the Country. In addition to serving as a coach for many youth athletic teams, Tommy has led the 4 & 5 year old division of the Seminole Summer Lacrosse League since 1990, and recently retired after officiating NCAA Men’s Lacrosse for 37 years.
In a community he feels lucky to call home and in which he raised his three (now grown) children, Tommy and his wife, Lori, enjoy all that Charlottesville has to offer. Together, Lori and Tommy enjoy serving as ambassadors for Charlottesville and the University communities.