Before forming The Purselley Alcala Group at Compass Real Estate and partnering with leading DFW real estate advisor Lisa Purselley, Joe Alcala was Executive Vice President for J Anthony Group, an Aerospace and Defense consulting firm headquartered in Fort Worth. Spearheading the company’s business development efforts, he was integral in generating more than $35 million in revenue over a 7 year period. Prior to that, he was the owner and founder of a full-service landscaping company, a successful business that he built from the ground up. Joe spent his early years working in the family construction business remodeling houses. Leveraging his entrepreneurial experience and his background in construction and landscaping, Joe began buying and selling real estate investment properties and developing first-hand knowledge of the real estate business.
Joe is a connector and works heavily in the Tarrant County community. In business, he prides himself in always doing what it takes to ensure a client is happy - and he firmly believes that above all else, this has been the reason for his success. On a personal level, Joe has a deep-seated passion for helping people and serving his community. This passion, combined with his keen business sense and natural inclination toward building relationships, led him to establish a real estate business where he could help people with one of the most important financial decisions they make in life: buying a home.
Joe is a proud United States Air Force veteran. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Texas Christian University. Joe is very active in the community, serving on several non-profit boards and committees. His greatest passion lies with Big Brothers Big Sisters, an organization he has served for more than 15 years as a Big Brother and a Mentor. He currently serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters Tarrant County and is a Big Brother to Sergio.
Joe also serves as President of The Heroes Race, a non-profit organization he co-founded in 2015 to provide financial support for charitable organizations that provide resources for veterans and at-risk youth.