Tyler Lebaron Great Western Featured Realtor

What a fun personality this Rogers Healy + Associates Realtor has! Tyler LeBaron, a hilarious and hard-working agent, knows how to win clients over with tremendous service and loyalty. He’s risen in the ranks in Dallas after attending SMU’s Cox School of Business, showing that it’s a winning formula.

Does your lender work hard to win your clients over? Jeff Lindigrin at Great Western Home Loans does. 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.

Find out more about Tyler after the jump!

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Medley Buttermore GW Featured Realtor

We love it when Realtors are down-to-earth and fun to chat with. There’s no pretense, and they are just happy to meet you! That’s Medley Buttermore, for you. An SMU grad who became an agent to make ends meet after college, Buttermore has become an important part of Virginia Cook Realtors’ Melnick Team.

Besides having an awesome name, Buttermore is known for looking out for her clients, just like Jeff Lindigrin does at Great Western Home Loans. 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.

Now, read on to find out more about Medley Buttermore!

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Sure, Conor Riley was raised in California, but we won’t hold it against this fast-rising star at Dave Perry-Miller and Associates. We absolutely adore Riley, who is wise beyond his years, sharp as a tack, and fast with a smile, and he’s a great surfer, to boot!

In fact, he reminds us a lot of Jeff Lindigrin of Great Western Home Loans, as both of these great businessmen focus on customer experience in a very fast-paced market. 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.

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NTREIS Matrix

A reader writes:

“I would like hear feedback from your readers on the new Matrix MLS that MetroTex Association of REALTORS put out this week. It has a lot of frills is harder to use and ultimately has nothing new. The learning curve just like the last 3 or 4 MLS system changes only slowed me down and cut in to my production. Someone once said ‘If it aint broke don’t fix it.'”

We’re interested in hearing more perspectives of the new Matrix interface from Realtors and brokers, too. Sound off in the comments!

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Now here’s a fun Q&A you will just love. Brittney Warren is brand new at Rogers Healy and Associates and this Realtor is such a positive, fun gal with a great perspective on life, just like Jeff Lindigrin of Great Western Home Loans.

Brittney is ready to go the extra mile for her clients, even if that means touring tons of properties and submitting several bids! Do you have a lender that’s ready to go the extra mile for you? Jeff Lindigrin, “chief happiness officer” at Great Western Home Loans always takes the client experience to the next level. Find out more about Great Western Home Loans today.

In the mean-time, read on for more dish on this fantastic Austin transplant who loves residential real estate and is happy to finally have her dream job!:

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Ebby Halliday Realtors President and CEO Mary Frances Burleson, Preston Center Sales Manager Ginger Gill, and Chief Financial Officer Ron Burgert inside the Preston Center office space that will soon house as many as 100 agents.

Ebby Halliday Realtors President and CEO Mary Frances Burleson, Preston Center Sales Manager Ginger Gill, and Chief Financial Officer Ron Burgert inside the Preston Center office space that will soon house as many as 100 agents.

After 38 years occupying just 4,100 square feet at 8333 Douglas Avenue, the Preston Center office of Ebby Halliday Realtors is expanding to more than double its capacity.

“This high-visibility, contemporary office is being built for the future,” says Ebby Halliday Companies CFO Ron Burgert. “It offers an exceptional location and is a statement of our commitment to serving Dallas and the Park Cities for years to come.”

Located across the street from the Park Cities Hilton and right next door to the Shelton highrise building, the new space will include 10,000 square feet of private offices and and collaborative conference space that will feature high-tech solutions for everyday business. The new space, designed by Michael Twichell and decorated by Gary Owens, will open Oct. 1.

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Talk about an interesting Realtor! Erika Warfield has a background in TV and has a passion for real estate. Warfield, whose a Realtor with Dallas City Center, is a Dallas transplant who loves our city and is the first to say that she may not be a native, but she got her as soon as she could.

Besides channelling Joan Jett and being an altogether rock star (really!) Warfield is funny, humble, straightforward, and so much fun to talk to. Those are all fantastic assets you want in a Realtor, which is why she 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.

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In the Park Cities, homes are often "spoken for" as soon as there's a sign out front.

In the Park Cities, homes are often “spoken for” as soon as there’s a sign out front.

From the accounts told by Realtors over cocktails, you’d think buying and selling a home in Dallas was a bloodsport. But whether agents, buyers, and sellers are turning around enough offers and counters to die a death by a million paper cuts is under some dispute. That is, if you’re one to believe studies from national sources.