Brett Ari Fischer
Brett Ari Fischer is an associate broker who specializes in high-end transactions and was named as a top-producing agent. As a real estate trainer at his previous company and having a plethora of experience in the real estate industry, Brett is the perfect broker to help you find your new home. Known for his unmatched work ethic and effective communication skills, he is well-versed in both rentals and sales within the luxury real estate segment.
Outside of real estate, giving back to the community and helping others is of utmost importance to Brett, as he founded the AllPie Alzheimer’s Challenge, an initiative to help raise at least $18 million for the Alzheimer’s Association by having others volunteer to get pied in the face.
One of the most hardworking and honest men you will ever meet, Brett graduated from Drexel University in Philadelphia with a B.A in Communication. He is a former sports editor of three years and editor in chief of The Triangle Newspaper. He co-hosted two television shows, “The Bruiser Flint Show” and “The Drexel Digest” televised on DUTV. He also co-hosted 91.7 WKDU’s first ever sports radio show “Mazz and the Fisch Sports Radio” and was a mascot, “Mario the Magnificent Dragon,” at Drexel for two years.
Brett is also active with mixed martial arts (MMA), choir, basketball, CrossFit and Tough Mudders.
Brett won the Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia Scholarship in 2008 for his groundbreaking programs and commitment to the television, radio and sports industries. Brett was the radio color commentator for the Drexel basketball team his senior year. He was also an actor when he lived in Orange County, California before moving to Philadelphia for college.
He currently resides in the Financial District and often becomes great friends with his clients.