Scott has lived and worked in Richmond for the past 10 years, after moving from Roanoke to attend VCU in 2007. Like so many other people, he fell in love with the unique architecture, rich history, and the great people that make up the city.
“At the end of the day, my goal is to help people in whatever way I can.”
Scott comes to a career in real estate with degrees from the School of the Arts and the Department of History from VCU. Scott’s unique educational background, as well as his personal experience as a
transplant to Richmond, provide him the unique ability to explain the ins and outs of the city and its neighborhoods to first-time home buyers and investors looking to grow roots in Richmond.
He is a co-owner of Brick by Brick, a historic renovation company that specializes in revitalizing and improving upon historic homes in the Richmond area. The goal of Brick by Brick is to provide people the opportunity to enjoy historic properties without the headache of antiquated systems or dealing with contractors and without living with cheap corner-cutting flips.
When Scott isn’t helping clients or restoring historic homes in Richmond, you will most likely find him outdoors with his rescued Pit Bull mix, Bernie. After earning his Eagle Scout, Scott developed a deep love and appreciation for Virginia wildlife and the Appalachian Trail.
Scott volunteers a large part of his time to the Ultimate Frisbee Community, serving on the governing board for Richmond Ultimate for the last four years. And as a coach for VCU’s Ultimate team, he strives to push his players to succeed in both the sport and through their college careers. In addition, Scott is also one of the founding members of the Junior Board of Family Lifeline, helping raise over $100,000 for the organization in just the past two years.
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