Meet Apria Brown
Apria Brown was born in Long Beach, CA and raised in the Atlanta area. Attending catholic school throughout grade school, Apria developed friends and values that would last a lifetime and carry her into adulthood. On the weekends, many times she would sit at a subdivision with her father in which he was the Broker for and assist where she could in helping clients pick finishes or play with their children.
Her love for real estate grew, when she graduated from high school, she spent the following summer in real estate school and got her license before heading off to college at Clark Atlanta University. After moving back from New York in 2009, she entered the world of real estate full time just as the market was toppling over. Working in a distressed market, Apria says, she learned a lot more about personalities and the emotions that go into real estate purchases. She believes this has made her overall communications more effective and blessed her with a business where she also develops relationships that are special and long lasting. Apria is a part of the Atlanta Board of Realtors, Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, World Chamber of Commerce, KW Global Property Specialists, Women in Manufacturing and Women in Agriculture.
Real Estate has blessed Apria with an incredible business which allows her to see the world and make a difference by helping others realize dreams. She loves to travel to local and exotic locations on a regular and sometimes on a whim. The energy that comes from traveling she believes helps her stay focused on her niche of being the ultimate global property specialists and committed to the business and her responsibility to others and the greater good of our community. Some other past times she enjoys are reading, swimming, going to a park or a restaurant.
Dedicated to her community, Apria has been a Sunday school teacher for over 10 years and volunteers with Make-A-Wish foundation. Causes of interest are youth, education, community development, career readiness and world peace. She attends Our Lady of Lourdes Parish in Downtown Atlanta.