Cora Bett Thomas Realty Names Bradford Moody as New Sales Associate

Staff Report From Savannah CEO

Wednesday, April 5th, 2017

Accomplished real estate professional Bradford Moody recently re-joined Cora Bett Thomas Realty & Associates as a sales associate. In his new position, Moody specializes in selling luxury property and investment property in downtown Savannah.

Moody originally worked for Cora Bett Thomas Realty several years ago, and capped his second year there by being named the company’s Listing and Sales Agent of the Year. After a brief stint in Houston, Texas, he decided to return to his Savannah downtown roots and rejoin the firm.

“To have the opportunity to return to work with such a visionary as Cora Bett and the stellar team at Cora Bett Thomas Realty is a real honor,” Moody said.
Born and raised in Louisiana and Texas, Moody spent his formative years in New York and London practicing architecture and design. People magazine and W both named him as a “designer to watch,” and his recent incarnation as a painter/designer has garnered press comments of his bmoodyart work as “evocative and thought provoking.”
Today, Moody draws on a vast network of professional and personal contacts to promote Savannah real estate nationwide and to attract a high-profile clientele. Considered a master of promotion and marketing, Moody also has an eye for architecture and urban trends, all of which have enabled him to establish a loyal client base, and has been able to utilize his design talent by renovating several homes and investment properties, an insight which has become invaluable to his clients.
“It is a delight to welcome Bradford back to our company,” said Cora Bett Thomas, founder and CEO of the firm which bears her name. “He brings a special combination of expertise to his clients, which includes extensive knowledge of marketing, design, architecture and preservation.”
Moody has degrees from Rice University in Houston, the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, and the Architectural Association in London. He is a resident of Savannah’s National Landmark Historic District.