Meet David Brough

 

Dave was born and raised in Fort Wayne, IN, graduating from Bishop Luers High School in 1999. After high school, Dave attended Ball State University, graduating with a Bachelors of Science in Entrepreneurship and New Venture Management. Daveโ€™s first job was delivering papers around his neighborhood in southwest Fort Wayne. Dave has been married to his wife, April, for nearly 7 years, with whom he has two sons, Timothy (5) and Thomas (2). Dave and his wife are very active in their church, especially in their small group. Dave founded Anthony REALTORS with the belief that God should be above all. He leads his family and company with that as the pinnacle belief, while consistently striving to become better and more efficient. Dave wakes up every day motivated and energized by being able to do real estate for people. Not for sale of the home, but for the lasting relationships and impact that he is able to have by leading and advising his clients. In his spare time, Dave enjoys doing anything with his family and friends, but especially eating 800 Degrees Pizza on Saturday nights (which he does often!). In addition, Dave enjoys learning and making continual changes in his life, that will ultimately lead him to become a better husband, father, and boss. 

 

Contact me today:

David Brough
Managing Broker
260-750-2818
david@anthonyrealtors.com

David's Perfect Day:

Waking up at 5AM and feeling completely rested. Completing my Miracle Morning without distraction. Not missing the car line when I drop my son off at school. Being completely present and laser focused throughout the day. Ending the day having a sense that I worked hard and I impacted other people in a positive way. Falling asleep by 11PM. 

David's Desired Super Power

The ability to freeze time

3 things David couldn't live without:

My family, Mexican food, hope 

A book David would have to have on a Desert Island:

The Bible

David's Favorite Quote:

"Do the thing, have the power. Do not the thing, have not the power.โ€ - Ralph Waldo Emerson