Great Western Home Loans Featured Realtor: Wes Lewis is a Young Gun With an Old Soul

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Wes Lewis GWHL Featured Realtor

Wes Lewis is such a hoot! This young Realtor has joined up with Rogers Healy and has completely taken off. Not only does Lewis have a fantastic sense of humor, but he also has excellent taste when it comes to design. He offers tips and tricks on his blog and to his clients. And get this — this Uptown Dallas agent often rides a Segway to showings! Never heard of that before!

Originality and flexibility are two traits you want in a Realtor, which is why he is this week’s Great Western Home Loans Featured Realtor, sponsored by Jeff Lindigrin. Jeff takes great care as a lender, as he should.

Of course, every sale should have a lender that works just as hard to get a great deal as their Realtor. What has your lender done for you lately? Find out what you’re missing by contacting Jeff Lindigrin with Great Western Home Loans today. Where are you from?

Wes Lewis: Eastern Kentucky, a little town, Salyersville. Coincidentally, I never really had a hard time adjusting to the “big city life.” My parent’s still live there, and I rarely get to visit, but when I do, oh boy do I take down some fried chicken.

CD: So, how did you get into real estate? Did it have anything to do with your propensity for design?

WL: Growing up, I dreamed of big cars and fancy houses. It definitely made me seek out new things, better things, finer things. Having a background in psychology, I’ve always been fascinated with people’s reactions to stimuli. I just applied that fascination to real estate.

I love being able to see spaces, to analyze their functionality, the textures — all the things that make it it. Living in Uptown where space is tight has definitely changed my appreciation for functionality. I no longer acquire items just to have them. It’s not possible. Everything that takes up space has to be justified. If something has value to me, if it has merit, then I can justify it’s ownership.

CD: Tell us: What are some unique challenges that Realtors face in this super hot market where everyone wants to buy a house now? And what’s it like to office with Rogers Healy day in and day out?

WL: I think clients can’t wrap their head around just exactly how fast the market in Dallas moves. I think you have to be super careful not to offend your client when you’re prodding them to jump fast on a space.

Rogers amazes me — he’s truly in it for the people. I’ve never quite seen someone with the ability to recall a name like he does — the elephant never forgets. Also, randomly dropping chocolates on everyones desk isn’t a bad thing.

CD: Where is home for you in Dallas?

WL: Uptown, I love it there! Everything is so close — the dog park, restaurants, shopping, the grocery. My husband and I walk to almost everything. Plus, Uptown is super dog friendly — so Henri the Poodle and Amy the Cocker go almost everywhere with us.

CD: And you drive a … let me guess, Range Rover?

WL: I usually drive a Segway to showings. When I’m touring with more than one client, I’ll usually just take my Mercedes. It’s palladium silver, it reminds me of the ocean on a cloudy day. I ride shot-gun in Rogers’ Range Rover — it’s pretty sweet.

CD: What’s your favorite ‘hood in Dallas and why?

WL: My favorite — that’s a tough one. It’s definitely a close tie between State Thomas and Cedar Springs. I think State Thomas wins. It totally reminds me of being in the Lakeview area of Chicago (my second favorite city to Dallas) — it’s super quiet, feels cozy, has just enough trees, and boasts some great eateries.

CD: What was your best/highest sale?

WL: I don’t measure it by price … it’s all by memories.

CD: Likewise, what was your most challenging or memorable transaction?

WL: All my transactions are memorable.

CD: How quickly have you ever turned a house?

WL: An hour

CD: What words of wisdom do you often share with clients?

WL: Stress less, Call Wes. That sounds good, right?

To me, finding a space is visceral, it’s emotional. Spaces are where we celebrate our life’s moments.
Everyone says material things don’t matter, but they absolutely do … they matter because they surround us when our moments are happening.

So, I always ask my clients, how does this space make you feel? I tell them, regardless of price, if it doesn’t feel right — it isn’t right.

CD: If you ever change careers for an encore you’ll…

WL: Well … I’ll never change careers. I’m super committed.

My Momma taught me that when you go after something, you go after it until there’s nothing left — you exhaust it, exhaust yourself — you give it your all, and if you love it, then it will love you back.

CD: Do you have a second home? If so, where?

WL: No, although I’m happily accepting donations. I’d prefer it to be somewhere warm and near the ocean, thanks.

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Joanna England

If Executive Editor Joanna England could house hunt forever, she absolutely would. Instead she covers the North Texas housing market and the economy for While she started out with the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, Joanna's work has appeared in The Dallas Morning News as well as several local media outlets. When she's not knitting or hooping, or enjoying White Rock Lake, she's behind the lens of her camera. She lives in East Dallas with her husband, son, and their furry and feathered menagerie.

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