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Cindi Caudle is back in town and back at Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s. After spending a few months with Compass Real Estate, she returned Briggs where she had worked previously and felt very comfortable. “One thing that I love about Briggs is that I love having the principle being a part of the community,” she said. […]Read More
Two years ago, Colleen Aldstadt joined Ebby Halliday Realtors after a long career in land development. She quickly learned that while many concepts are the same, it’s a whole different world in a lot of ways. In development, she could count on a captive audience of builders and real estate agents. Being an agent requires […]Read More
Not everyone can say they started a real estate career after retirement, but that’s what Tim Williams is trying to do. About a month ago, the longtime entrepreneur joined Halo Group Realty. So far things are going as good as he had hoped. “Halo is a great company,” Williams said. “They are just a great […]Read More
Jeremy Whiteker rejoined the Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate Park Cities office after spending the past year and a half at Compass. “I feel like I have come back home,” Whiteker said. “I learned many lessons about what motivates me as a business owner and what components I need in place to keep that machine running. […]Read More
This summer, Leigh Ann Barrick joined Engel & Voelkers’ Southlake office after spending the past 11 years as one of Keller Williams’ top sellers. “As much admiration as I have for Keller Williams and where I’ve been, I think it was time for me to grow and learn some new things, and this was […]Read More
John Canterbury is now affiliated with Allie Beth Allman & Associates after spending the past two years with Coldwell Banker Global Luxury. He says he joined Chris Pyle and the Haven Group because of their sales record and the fact that they always have outstanding listings. Until now Canterbury has been focused more on […]Read More