Kristy bradfield Petlin

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Kristy Bradfield Petlin, REALTOR®, raises the clients home buying experience by continuing Joyce’s legacy. She has been immersed in real estate her entire career with her mother, Joyce Bradfield, founding one of the most successful real estate companies in central Texas. Her father, Boyd Bradfield, was one of four developers of Stone Oak, her brother, Jay Bradfield, has been in utilities construction and residential/commercial development, and her husband, Alan Petlin, works on projects with designers, architects, and home builders in the floor covering industry. Kristy created the Bradfield Properties Magazine, Sunday Morning Home Show, the original company website in the mid-1990s, and began using QR codes in marketing in 2012. Kristy uses her creativity and savvy marketing to present a home to attract the perfect buyer. Connecting her family’s vast network with the right property has made for a fulfilling real estate career.

Ali Elizabeth Petlin, Real Estate Agent - New York City. Ali grew up working in her grandparents’ real estate firm and is the third generation to enter the family business. Ali brings attention to detail and focuses on client needs in New York’s fast-paced real estate industry. She fell in love with NYC while taking summer classes at The Fashion Institute of Technology in high school, and returned to the city during college as an intern for a fashion designer. Ali graduated from the University of Texas at Austin and had the opportunity to study abroad in Paris. After a successful career with a corporate destination management company in Manhattan, she transitioned to real estate. She is working to expand her career with a Texas real estate license focusing on her hometown of San Antonio.

Joyce Bradfield (1935-2021) Celebrated 40 years in real estate. Quoting daily, “I love what I do and working with people I enjoy spending time with.” As a native San Antonian, growing up in Dignowity Hill she loved talking about her local history, knowledge, and passion for its rich colonial heritage. She established an entrepreneurial company around a professional, positive and joyful environment for her agents and their clients. One of Joyce’s many contributions to San Antonio was the piece of public art she created for Arbol de la Vida at Mission Espada. Joyce’s love for pottery began in 1973 at Southwest Craft Center. The growth and progress of the seventh most populous city continued to inspire her along with the colorful culture of Texas- she loved sharing her city..