About Brian Spiller
A longtime leader with a career history in finance and insurance. Brian enjoys using his considerable talents to help his clients feel empowered throughout the homebuying process. He particularly enjoys working with first-time homebuyers and others who desire more information and assistance on the home buying process. His goal is to leverage his knowledge and experience to help members of his community improve their lives and finances.
Brian grew up in Spokane, WA as a military brat whose father served his entire career in the armed forces. Brian was a multi-sport athlete and loved being involved in athletics. He has also coached youth sports and volunteered as an official for the Washington State Special Olympics basketball tournament.
When he’s not helping his clients or volunteering with youth sports activities, Brian enjoys biking, hiking, running, working out and playing sports. He’s also a proud family man who loves to spend time with his son. If you’re a fan of classic cars and trucks, you’ll love talking to Brian — he’s been a licensed 12V automotive technician, and he loves working on classic cars and trucks.
Lender review although this was my first time buying a home, Brian made the process easy and painless in my opinion! Any question I had, he was able to answer in a timely manner. Would definitely work with him again!kmnipp3/12/2020
Awesome Excellent work. It was efficient, personal, and very organized. The besr broker in town and i will definitely recommend him to others. It was a very professional and friendly atmosphere.Kierra Peoples3/12/2020
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