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Brandon Creighton

Brandon Creighton
Principal/Owner
Brandon Creighton was born and raised in Conroe and is an 8thgeneration Montgomery County, Texas resident. He graduated from UT Austin with a BA in Government/Economics in 1993 and earned a Juris Doctorate in law in 1998 from Oklahoma City University School of Law. Brandon paid for his undergraduate and law degrees working various jobs as a pipe fitters helper for Texaco Chemical Plant to serving as a top Senate policy adviser in the Texas Capitol. He also served as a brief writer at the Oklahoma State Capitol for Attorney General Drew Edmondson. Brandon is proud to come from a long line of real estate enthusiasts that focused on land development, ranching, timber, oil and gas, and brokerage. After law school, Brandon opened a law office in Montgomery County Texas focusing on real estate law, residential and commercial transactions, contracts and general business. Within his first year of practice, he found himself advising area developers (legal and marketing) and also co-developing a major retail center in West Montgomery County anchored by grocery and retail tenants. For the last 15 years, Brandon has worked in all aspects of the real estate industry including sales/brokerage, acquisitions, residential and commercial development, transactions, leases, contracts, finance, environmental and medical. He has participated and advised in many large-scale, master-planned development projects throughout the Greater Houston Area, and assembled successful joint venture partnerships involving land, various income-producing properties and created partnerships that own and operate multi franchisee restaurant holdings. Brandon currently serves Montgomery County at the Texas State Capitol in the Texas Senate (District 4). Additionally, he was named “Texas Taxpayer Champion” by Texans for Fiscal Responsibility and legislator of the year by Builders and Owners Manufacturing Association. Brandon is a frequent speaker at the Greater Houston Partnership and throughout the Houston region on topics related to real estate, the economy, job creation and water. Education: University of Texas at Austin Government – Economics Oklahoma City University of Law School • Doctorate of Jurisprudence