Terri BradfordTerri Bradford, Founding Partner of Bradford & Drew, The Power of 2, is one of the most recognized and respected real estate agents in the industry today. Licensed since January of 2002, Bradford's vast knowledge is manifested through her reputable sales history and satisfied clientele. As a top-ten sales agent, Bradford can fill all your property needs or consult with you on a wide array of other real estate sectors, such as general contracting with new home building experience, as well as holding a Maryland Home Improvement License.

In 2007, Bradford co-founded the Power of 2 team with partner, Bethany Drew. Bradford's  ascendancy was portrayed through her role as President of The Women's Council for Realtors. For the past 8 years, Bradford has been active in Worcester County GOLD, a service organization helping the less fortunate in a variety of ways. Bradford's work didn't go unnoticed as she was the recipient of The Community Service Award, a prestigious decoration given by the REALTOR association, to acknowledge her outstanding contributions to the community.

Bradford, a native of  Carroll County, Maryland, has been a REALTOR with Hileman Real Estate since early 2002. Bradford resides in the Ocean Pines area with her husband, Chuck, who she met in the fifth grade. They have three sons: Brandon, Kody and Logan and three fur-babies: Luke, Lacy and Lilly.

Testimonials

My husband and I looked for quite a while for a 2nd home in Ocean Pines. Being on different pages on what we should purchase was a challenge, but working with Terri Bradford, Bethany Drew and Cameron Drew made this a success. Terri showed us a home we would not have thought of looking at and it was the perfect match for us. We would have missed a great opportunity with our chosen home, if they had not listened to my husband and I discussing of our wants and needs while previewing homes. There was never any pressure to buy, just the wait and see when you have that feeling that this is the one. I have already referred someone to work with them and would without a doubt use them again. We still stop in their office to keep in touch with them!

- Cindy McIntosh