Brenda Moerschell was born and raised in Ft. Worth, Texas where she attended Texas Christian University before going to New York City and Los Angeles to work in the film industry. Upon returning to Texas, she married and moved to the Park Cities where she and her husband raised their family.
Having a love for the country, Brenda became a Realtor in 1984. That same year, her family moved to Gainesville, Texas where she became the managing partner of her own real estate company. The family returned to the Park Cities in 1987, but the Gainesville office remained open until the early 1990s.
Brenda is a Broker Associate in the Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty Ranch and Land division. She specializes in North Texas, where her family's home place originated in the 1870's and where cows still roam. She has enjoyed raising and showing quarter horses and spending time on the land where her family has been for generations. Her expertise in the real estate market is the product of 30+ years of successfully marketing farm and ranch land.
"Brenda Moerschell has been a Realtor for my family for over 20 years. She is one of the most kind, dedicated and hard-working individuals you will ever meet. Brenda makes the real estate world manageable and takes great care of you in the process. I would highly recommend her to anyone looking to sell or purchase real estate."
Brenda has a broad network of clients and agents with whom she has cultivated great relationships throughout the counties that make up North Texas, enabling her to connect the perfect properties with the perfect buyers and sellers.
"I am thankful for the work Brenda did for us. We had our property on sale for 12-14 months, and Brenda never gave up on us," said one recent seller.
Feeling blessed and also striving to help others, for 20 years Brenda coordinated celebrities for the Gatlin Brothers' Celebrity Golf Tournament benefitting Muscular Dystrophy. She is currently involved with Human Coalition and the Downs Syndrome Guild of Dallas.
"I enjoy the peace of getting into my truck and driving to show the beautiful land God has created."