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Xite Realty is the premier medical and dental real estate services company serving dentists, optometrists, physicians, and veterinarians.

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Brandon Fauley

Senior Vice President
Brandon Fauley Healthcare Real Estate Broker Dallas

Brandon, wife Raigan, sons Liam and Rowan, and daughters Everly and IslaJane, reside in Farmersville, Texas. Brandon is an active member of their church, enjoys working outside, spending time with his family and coaching youth sports. He is a graduate of Texas A&M – Commerce University, where he played football, and he is currently working on his MBA.

Brandon Fauley

Dental Broker in Dallas, Texas

Brandon is a senior vice president at Xite Realty, with a focus on dental office start-ups, expansions and relocations. Brandon’s responsibilities include business development and dental real estate brokerage in the Dallas-Fort Worth market. He prides himself on adding value to his clients by taking a thorough approach to the site selection process and aggressively pursuing the best medical and dental office space options on their behalf.

Brandon has formed deep, authentic relationships within the dental community. He regularly speaks to students at the Texas A&M School of Dentistry, guiding them through the early stages of their career with sound advice and a focus on their long-term goals and strategies.

Additionally, Brandon has been featured as a guest speaker at the Texas Dental Association and Dallas County Dental Society membership events, such as the New Dentist Symposium, on how to leverage data and demographics to your advantage in order to select an optimal location for the long-term success of your practice. He’s also been featured as a guest speaker on the Texas Dental Practice Podcast, sharing tips for dentists entering the DFW market. He was published in the summer 2018 issue of the North Texas Dentistry Magazine.

Brandon appreciates the opportunity to educate dentists on his favorite strategies and lessons learned from opening dental offices.