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Industry Pioneer Beth Johnson Continues the Green Fight

By Joshua Baethge / March 13, 2019 / 0 Comments

Beth Johnson has been championing environmental causes for decades. The Keller Williams agent was the first Realtor in the nation to achieve the green “Quadruple Crown.” She’s been certified by Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), EcoBroker, NAR Green, and Certified Green Professionals. In layman’s terms, that means she’s been trained and certified by […]

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DeShong Declares Independence With Addison-Based Brokerage

By Joshua Baethge / August 23, 2018 / 0 Comments

  Josh DeShong recently left Keller Williams to go the independent route. His local team will now be based in Addison’s Quorum Business Park “I started in real estate the day I turned 18,” DeShong said. “I knew nothing about this business and Keller Williams gave me a really good launching pad to learn. But […]

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Keller Williams Flower Mound: This Room Won’t be Empty Come Thursday

By Candy Evans / January 11, 2017 / 3 Comments

That’s a lot of seats, but I’m told each and every one will be filled up in Flower Mound when I spend a few hours chatting at the KW Office Kickoff Meeting that will be held at KW’s Flower Mound home on January 12th, this Thursday.  Team leaders Anne Lakusta  and Pam Cottrell booked me […]

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Beautifully Restored Craftsman Bungalow in Belmont Addition

By Karen Eubank / June 3, 2016 / 0 Comments

Craftsman homes are a distinctly American style. Charles Sumner Greene and Henry Mather Greene, architects in California at the turn of the century, are credited as being instrumental in creating the look we associate with the Craftsman bungalow. The low-pitched, gabled roofs are well suited to warm climates, so it’s not surprising that once people […]

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