You’ve heard of the friendly Texan? We can confirm that that stereotype is true. Texans — both original ones and adopted ones — are some of the nicest people you will ever meet. The same goes for Texas real estate brokerages. Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty is part of the Sotheby’s International Realty network of […]Read More
This week Kyle Lyon and his team will join Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s — a move he felt he needed to make to take his business where he wanted it to go. “I wanted to move us to a higher production level and a higher price point,” Lyon said. “I have nothing bad to say about […]Read More
By Robbie BriggsPresident and CEO, Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty With apologies to Bob Dylan, these real estate times, they are a-changin’. I’ve been telling you these last few weeks about how our agents and our brokerage have been adapting at supersonic speed to the way homes are being shown in this new age. Just […]Read More
Though there will be a period of adjustment, Chris Kelly, CEO of Ebby Halliday Companies, thinks ending off-MLS listings is for the better. That was his reaction to the National Association of Realtors’ new MLS Statement 8.0, the Clear Cooperation policy. The policy prohibits the use of off-market (or hip-pocket) listings except when marketing within […]Read More
You can order groceries, arrange for a house cleaning or handyman, do all your school supply shopping, and try on clothes before you buy them on Amazon. And now the nearly ubiquitous company has dipped its toe into the real estate world with a new collaboration with Realogy Holdings. And if that doesn’t sound familiar, […]Read More
Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s is moving to a sleek new address: 3131 Turtle Creek, a sleek, International Style office tower at the corner of Turtle Creek Boulevard and Cedar Springs Road. The brokerage is adding an entire floor to its operation, increasing office square footage to a whopping 22,000 square feet.
“The new office will be a phenomenal space, with bespoke, state of the art offices not only for agents but also our sales, marketing, executive, financial and tech departments,” says Robbie Briggs, CEO. “A scenery change provides the ideal opportunity to rethink various aspects of our environment, how we interact, how we network, how we collaborate.”Read More