The Robbie Report: What It Takes to be a Realtor
October 30th, 2013 | by The Update
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Christy Berry became a top-producing agent within just a few years of starting a career in residential real estate. She was a Wall Street businesswoman, earned a Ph.D. in Family Studies, and worked as a research associate for Dallas’ famed Cooper Institute. Having lived abroad, Christy has significant insight into helping families move to and from the DFW area. She’s also lived in nearly every neighborhood that she focuses on, including the Park Cities and Preston Hollow.
After a distinguished legal career spanning three decades, Lucy Johnson moved into residential real estate. She earned a law degree and MBA from SMU, served as associate general counsel for the largest privately held corporation in Dallas, and later spent 20 years as senior counsel to an NYSE corporation. Lucy oversaw the purchase and sale of hundreds of properties in the U.S., Australia, Norway, Ireland, Hong Kong and Panama. The Dallas native knows the local market well, a huge plus for her clients.
Many of our top producers bring a diversity of experience to their work in real estate coming from successful careers in law, retail, sales and marketing, and more.
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Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty
Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty is Dallas’ luxury real estate leader, with more than 200 agents in five offices located throughout Dallas-Fort Worth and access to the global Sotheby’s network, including more than 11,000 agents in more than 650 offices worldwide. CEO Robbie Briggs independently owns and operates Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty. For more information on escapes and second homes, ranch and land, and luxury homes in the Dallas-Fort Worth region and beyond, go to briggsfreeman.com.