About Bryan Gleason
Bryan Gleason grew up in a small town outside Philadelphia in his family’s third generation historic hotel and restaurant. After over fifty years of ownership, the family decided it was time to sell. Bryan took on the arduous task of running the family business until an appropriate buyer was found. Three years and four real estate companies later, only by luck, a buyer was finally found. Concerned with his experience of trying to sell his family’s unique historic property and the industry’s lack of expertise in marketing unique historic real estate, the initial idea of creating the team was planted. Bryan relocated to Washington D.C. and spent the next several years learning everything he could about real estate. Bryan earned his real estate licenses in D.C., Virginia, and Maryland and became trained in Historic Real Estate by the Historic Trust for Historic Preservation. During this time he also served as a Real Estate consultant for historic societies and local land trusts. In 2006 Bryan developed and launched American Lands which quickly became a national resource for historic and other unique properties. Bryan continues to educate himself by attending training and conferences for historic and unique real estate. Today Bryan is known as top resource in marketing historic and unique luxury real estate. After spending four years working in real estate technology, Bryan earned his Maryland and D.C. brokers licenses and managed real estate offices in the D.C. and Anne Arundel County markets. Bryan Gleason is proud to be affiliated with Long and Foster Realtors as an associate broker and serves as the sales manager for the Ellicott City office.