Last week, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and his wife, Gisele Bündchen stirred up rumors when they listed their home in Brookline, MA on the market for sale. This took place after Brady signed an extension with the Patriots organization on Aug. 4 that deemed him a free agent in 2020. On Monday, Brady reassured fans in New England that they "shouldn't read into anything" in regards to him selling his home and that he is simply planning for the future.
Coincidentally enough, Alex Guerrero, Tom Brady's personal trainer and business partner, is putting his home up for sale as well.
Kim Williams of Coldwell Banker, who is the listing agent for Guerrero's home at 76 Cleveland Street, told me the house will be going on the market "in about a week or two" and will be available for $1.189 million.
Now, don't freak out just yet. Guerrero apparently owns two homes in Norfolk.
According to Dave Brown of the Concord Monitor, the house that is about to go on the market is listed as Guerrero's and his wife, Alicia's current residence. They also own another house in the same town, which means even if they sold the one at 76 Cleveland St. they could very well move into their other home in town.
If Brady were to play elsewhere in 2020, it would make sense for Guerrero to not only travel with the 42-year-old to wherever his next destination may be, but to also keep a home in Massachusetts. Guerrero still works with other Patriots players and clients at the TB12 Sports Therapy Center in Patriot Place right next to Gillette Stadium. Having a home in both locations seems ideal for the body coach.