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Phil is a Dallas gay Realtor providing both seller and buyer real estate services. Phil's natural ability to connect with people coupled with his dedication to providing superior service to his clients are the keys to his success. In today's world of instant access and information overload, one of the most difficult tasks for sellers is getting their listing noticed by the right people. Phil recognized this issue and developed an automated process that provides his clients with better, faster exposure to potential buyers nationwide. This investment in technology translates into fewer days on the market and higher sales prices for his clients.
In addition to these highly successful passive marketing campaigns, he also actively markets his clients' properties in the Dallas area to ensure prospective buyers are aware of the unique attributes that make his clients' properties valuable.
In addition to his technical abilities, Phil is a people person. He truly enjoys listening to his clients and prospects and creating strategies that work for them. First and foremost he wants you, his client, to be happy and smiling at the closing table as you sign your closing documents and move into the next chapter of your life.
Providing professional and friendly real estate services in the Dallas and Cedar Creek Lake Areas. Providing both seller and buyer real estate services.More Details:
Dallas has one of the youngest and most diverse populations in the country, including a large gay & lesbian community. As one of the most gay-friendly cities in the U.S. with approximately 120,000 GLBT residents, Dallas offers up a strong progressive entertainment scene in the Oak Lawn Neighborhood, inclusive of Gay clubs, bars, restaurants and retail outlets for Dallas travelers and residents.
Stepping outside of the Oak Lawn gay hub, you'll find many other neighborhoods the gay and lesbian community has chosen as home, including Oak Cliff, East Dallas-White Rock Lake area, Lakewood, Lake Highlands, Uptown, Downtown and Knox-Henderson Village.
On the financial side, Dallas is one of the top labor markets in the US and headquarters to nineteen Fortune 500 companies including American Airlines, ConocoPhillips, EDS, Exxon, Kimberly Clark, Southwest Airlines and Texas Instruments to name a few. With such a strong labor market and economy, Dallas has also maintained a strong real estate market. As of January 2008, the Case-Shiller latest report showed median home sales prices in North Texas down 3 percent through the first 11 months of 2008, compared with the same period last year. In comparison, prices were down between 24 and 25 percent nationwide for this same period. For many areas in the Metroplex, this number was of positive growth, not negative.
With Dallas having some of the most affordably priced real estate of most major cities, a vibrant GLBT Community, a strong economy and the most shopping per capita in the U.S., Dallas is a great place to call home, for today and tomorrow.
Professional Category: Real Estate Agent