Dallas Realtor News: Ellen Terry Departs Ebby Halliday to Join Briggs Freeman Sothebys

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 Developing. I’m told this is effective today. Ellen Terry, whose high end boutique real estate company was just merged into the rapidly expanding Dave Perry Miller luxury real estate brand at Ebby Halliday, on October 24, actually, has left Ebby to join Briggs Freeman Sothebys. Still sorting details and trying to obtain quotes. Stay very tuned.

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  1. Billy Boone says

    I think this has been part of the plan all along. Pretty seamless transition and exit strategy. I was a little surprised at how quickly the split happened, though.

  2. Billy Boone says

    I think this has been part of the plan all along. Pretty seamless transition and exit strategy. I was a little surprised at how quickly the split happened, though.

  3. LONG TIME AGENT says

    Did anyone really think Ellen would stay at Ebby after having her brand absorbed into Dave Perry Miller ! She and her agents are a very unique group of wonderful agents. They kept the ET name when they went to Ebby because their clients wanted a Neimans image. With Briggs-Freeman she has the Neimans image to provide her clients the white glove service they have come to expect. The question is why did the Ebby powers that be decide to drop the ET name ? Could it be a means to get a long term contract with DPM ? Act III will be very interesting.

  4. LONG TIME AGENT says

    Did anyone really think Ellen would stay at Ebby after having her brand absorbed into Dave Perry Miller ! She and her agents are a very unique group of wonderful agents. They kept the ET name when they went to Ebby because their clients wanted a Neimans image. With Briggs-Freeman she has the Neimans image to provide her clients the white glove service they have come to expect. The question is why did the Ebby powers that be decide to drop the ET name ? Could it be a means to get a long term contract with DPM ? Act III will be very interesting.

  5. LikesToPayBills says

    Her brand was absorbed because it is not doing so hot. Compare her listings to Dave's or Erin's! Maybe ET sold millions in RE in the 90's, but the world has changed. I think everyone is scared you know what of Erin. Besides, didn't Briggs want to take in Eleanor, too?

  6. LikesToPayBills says

    Her brand was absorbed because it is not doing so hot. Compare her listings to Dave's or Erin's! Maybe ET sold millions in RE in the 90's, but the world has changed. I think everyone is scared you know what of Erin. Besides, didn't Briggs want to take in Eleanor, too?

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