Bryan Plourde

Sales Agent

Bryan is someone who loves to dig into the details. Having spent the last 10 years as a commercial real estate appraiser at Maine Valuation Company, Bryan brings an invaluable skill set to the firm and his clients. Analytical and diligent by nature, Bryan enjoys helping his clients make smarter and more informed decisions when buying, selling, and leasing commercial real estate. Beyond his acumen with data, Bryan also works to build a relationship and understand his client’s end goals for each transaction so he can put their needs first.

“The addition of Bryan checks a lot of boxes for us. He’s obviously a talented underwriter of commercial real estate value. But beyond that, he’s a trustworthy, pragmatic, and genuinely good person.” – Justin Lamontagne  

With a decade of experience appraising over $1 billion dollars and 5 million square feet of commercial real estate in Maine, Bryan has a keen insight into all commercial real estate sectors. As an appraiser, he’s driven all over the state – from southern Maine to Aroostook County – and is familiar with a diverse array of properties. Clients will benefit from his valuation perspective and collaborative approach to real estate.

Before his appraisal career, Bryan was a financial advisor with Morgan Stanley and Merrill Lynch in Boston, providing customized investment management strategies, including the use of Real Estate Investment Trusts, to business owners and investors, with over $100mm in client assets. He has a degree in Economics and Philosophy from Stonehill College, where he graduated with honors, and spent a semester studying at Oxford University.

Active in the community, Bryan is a member of the New England CCIM chapter, is a past committee member of the Maine Chapter of the Appraisal Institute, and is a Candidate for MAI appraisal designation. Bryan is also the Education Chair for the Maine Chapter of the Foundation Fighting Blindness, the world’s leading private funder of retinal disease research.

Born in Caribou and raised in Standish, Bryan now lives with his wife, Natasha, and their two young boys, Alexander and Avery, in North Yarmouth. In his free time, he enjoys golfing, skiing, bowling, and spending time exploring Sebago Lake and the Maine outdoors with his family.