John Jay Brosky, Associate Broker
With over three decades of real estate experience, Jay leads the Key Team, representing clients with buying, selling, and leasing of both residential and commercial real estate in Southern Arizona. Mr. Brosky graduated from California State University with a Master’s Degree in Business Administration , and is also a licensed Mortgage Loan Originator and a certified HUD HECM Counselor. As the founder of the Senior Support Alliance here in Tucson, Jay and the Key Team enjoy working with seniors and their families and trusted advisors with the disposition of their realty. When leisure time allows, Jay enjoys golfing, hiking, fishing, home projects, and spending time in the great Sonoran Desert outdoors.
Past & Present Professional & Civic Affilations:
Founder – Senior Support Alliance (Tucson) Arizona Association of REALTORS – Professional Standards Committee Arizona Fiduciary Association Rincon Optimist Club (Tucson) Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE) (Inland Empire) Rotary International (Redlands/Yucaipa) Habitat for Humanity (Texas) Kiwanis International (The Woodlands) Ordained “Dudeist Priest” (Church of the Latter Day Dude)
Tucson’s One-Call Real Estate Resource
We pride ourselves on fulfilling our pledge to you to exceed your expectations with ANY real estate assistance you need. Our representations include residential realty, commercial property, investments, and business brokerage. We cover the greater Tucson area – from Vail to Oro Valley to Marana to Green Valley – and everything in between. Equally adept at representing both sellers and buyers, we also are fluent with probate & trust realty. And we are here to help with your relocation or retirement move to “Old Pueblo”. We are connected with a deep roster of services, from property repairs to estate sales to property preservation to legal help. New home buyer? No worries, we will be with you every step of the way. Selling? We have very aggressive and flexible selling plans.
When you are ready to “get moving”, give us a call, email, or fill out the contact form.