Speaker Terrence Murphy

All-American wide receiver at Texas A&M, Green Bay Packer, and real estate mogul

Terrence Murphy grew up outside of Tyler, TX in Chapel Hill. After an extremely successful football career at Texas A&M, he graduated Class of 2005 and got drafted by the Green Bay Packers that same year in the NFL Draft. Upon moving to Wisconsin, he was given the opportunity to purchase his first home—a dream come true. Shortly after, he purchased his second home, now owning one in Texas and one in Wisconsin. He fell in love with real estate, began studying on his own, and participated in a home-building internship during the NFL off-season.

After deciding to retire from the NFL, real estate became his main focus and passion. Terrence became a serious investor in the College Station market and acquired numerous rental properties in a short time period. This is where TM5 Properties originated and continues to grow. After two years in the business Terrence completed his requirements and earned his Broker’s License, this gave him the opportunity to expand the company and bring over other agents. TM5 Properties now has several components: brokerage, acquiring investment properties, property management, rental locator, and construction development departments all under the TM5 brand.

With all of this personal real estate experience, from the purchase of his first personal home to the growth of his investment real estate company, the knowledge gained and well-rounded view points contribute to Terrence’s success as one of the top sales agents in Bryan/College Station area. He had the honor of making it into the 50 finalist for the prestigious 30 under 30 NAR Award honoring America’s top Realtors under the age of 30. Along with the success and growth of TM5 Properties he personally completed 75 transactions and a total sales volume right above $20,000,000.00 in 2012. Ranking him in the top 1% of Realtors in the Bryan-College Station market in just his third year in the business. He also has found a knack for listing and selling ranch land. He was one of the only Realtors in the Bryan/College Station market to close four or more transactions that were minimum 500+ acre tracts in one calendar sales year.

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