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In the market for a new home? Take a look at some of this week’s fabulous featured properties.

6441 Norway Road | Preston Hollow | $1,875,000

7817 Midbury Drive | North Dallas | $1,785,000

4434 Santa Barbara Drive | Lakewood | $1,325,000

4646 Christopher Place | Oak Lawn | $1,300,000

10802 Dove Brook Circle | North Dallas | $899,999

7061 Arboreal Drive | Dallas | $689,000

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The Weekly Wrap-Up

In the market for a new home? Take a look at some of this week’s fabulous featured properties.

6517 Dykes Way | North Dallas | $3,200,000

21 Vanguard Way | Urban Reserve | $969,900

7807 Lovers Lane | North Dallas | $830,000

511 S Cesar Chavez Boulevard | Downtown Dallas | $825,000

9106 La Strada Court | Northwest Dallas | $725,000

715 N Oak Cliff Boulevard | Kessler Park | $515,000

755 Village Green Drive | DeSoto | $342,500

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The Weekly Wrap-Up

In the market for a new home? Take a look at some of this week’s fabulous featured properties.

6280 Prospect Avenue | Lakewood | $1,299,000

2 Braemore Place | North Dallas | $1,090,000

3439 Normandy Avenue | University Park | $999,999

17317 Stedman Circle | Far North Dallas | $598,000

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The Weekly Wrap-Up

In the market for a new home? Take a look at some of this week’s fabulous featured properties.

6938 Wabash Circle | Lakewood | $1,700,000

6616 Stichter Avenue | Preston Hollow | $1,425,000

434 W Greenbriar Lane | Kessler Park | $1,200,000

6935 Wildgrove Avenue | Lakewood | $1,122,300

1511 N Clinton Avenue | Kessler Park | $989,000

9106 La Strada Court | Northwest Dallas | $765,000

4212 Bowser Avenue D | Oak Lawn | $599,000

10206 Sylvia Drive | East Dallas | $319,000

2931 Shelby Avenue #2931 | Oak Lawn | $298,000

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Stylish Super Bowl Living Rooms

Regardless of which team you are rooting for at the Super Bowl this year, we can all agree that the biggest game of the year will be different than most.

Whether you’re one of the very few cheering on from the field, or one of millions watching from home, it’s not too early to start planning the next “normal” Super Bowl event.

To help you plan those exciting football gatherings post-pandemic, we’ve gathered our favorite living rooms that will certainly get you in the game day spirit!

11626 High Forest Drive | North Dallas | $1,479,000

7119 Baxtershire Drive | North Dallas | $1,175,000

5739 Monticello Avenue | Lower Greenville | $919,000

3818 Travis Street | Uptown | $549,000

10015 Tim Tam Circle | Northwest Dallas | $494,000

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In the market for a new home? Take a look at some of this week’s fabulous featured properties.

1918 Olive Street #2101 | Downtown Dallas | $2,900,000

4630 S Lindhurst Avenue | Preston Hollow | $2,145,000

2555 N Pearl Street #1505 | Oak Lawn | $1,299,900

5918 Monticello Avenue | M Streets | $975,000

3709 Dorothy Avenue | Bluffview | $899,000

1843 Euclid Avenue | Lower Greenville | $789,000

3111 Welborn Street #1206 | Oak Lawn | $765,000

725 N Glasgow Drive | Junius Heights | $575,000

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In the market for a new home? Take a look at some of this week’s fabulous featured properties.

7123 Hill Forest Drive | Lake Forest | $1,800,000
5737 W Hanover Avenue | Devonshire | $1,350,000
5849 Versailles Avenue | Frisco | $1,349,000
11256 Russwood Circle | Russwood Acres | $1,050,00
2025 Woodall Rodgers #21 | Uptown | $999,000
7223 Casa Loma Avenue | Lakewood Hills | $950,000
4157 Hockaday Drive | Hockaday | $674,900
3401 Lee Parkway #901 | Oak Lawn | $574,900
8327 Nunley Lane | North Dallas | $549,000
731 Mayrant Drive | North Oak Cliff | $445,000

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Playrooms to Beat the Summer Heat


For many families, summer vacation means the kids are home for a while, ready to relax and play without worry. While they’re having the time of their lives away from the classroom and homework, there’s no place like a playroom to keep the kids entertained, and keeping your home clutter-free.

We’ve gathered a few properties with playrooms perfectly fitted for the creative and fun young ones in your life.


3816 Miramar Avenue | Highland Park | $4,295,000


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6323 Meadow Road | Preston Hollow | $2,380,000



4241 Woodfin Drive | Preston Hollow | $2,350,000


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6823 Northwood Road | Preston Hollow | $1,695,000


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1033 Cedar Hill Avenue | Kessler Park | $1,245,000



6422 Malcolm Drive | Lakewood | $799,000


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6010 Prospect Avenue | Lakewood | $700,000



6230 Berwyn Lane | Lakewood | $599,000



3635 Royal Lane | Royal Hills | $379,000


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Agents of Change :: Weston Pugh

The life of a real estate agent can be fun and exciting, for sure. But as with any profession, sometimes a “reality check” helps to reframe perspective and cultivate appreciation for just how good many of us really have it. Some may wait until this check comes to them; others like Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate agent Weston Pugh make it a point to go looking for their own.

For four years now, the Top Producer has been actively serving at Camp Sanguinity through Camp John Marc (CJM) in the very northern reaches of the Texas Hill Country. Camp John Marc was named for the son of Jan and Marc Myers, who died of osteogenic sarcoma in 1987, and the land in Meridian donated by them. Each CJM camp offered serves children and teens who share a common medical or physical challenge. Camp Sanguinity is just one of 11 week-long camps offered every summer, and specifically serves campers who have blood disorders and cancer.

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Weston and counselor

Weston just returned from his annual week at camp, and we asked him to tell us a little bit about his takeaways and how they impact his everyday life.

DPM: How many years have you been involved with Camp Sanguinity?
WP: I just finished my 4th year as a counselor.

DPM: What is your current role with them?
WP: I am also a first-year board member. We meet the first Monday of the month to go over everything from budgets, to theme night, to how to deal with homesick campers and medical emergencies.

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DPM: Did you have a personal connection to the organization?
WP: Fortunately, I don’t have the typical connection to camp. I was recruited by a very good friend that said I “had to go.” It was five years later when I decided it really was time. One of the best decisions I’ve made as an adult!

DPM: You spend a week of your year in the hot Texas summer sun. What makes it all worth it to you?
WP: This is that time of year that re-centers, realigns — whatever you want to call it — my life. You see these kids that are frail and bald, and they could not be more excited to be at camp getting to act like a normal kid for five days. So it really helps put my life back into perspective. And it’s evident that camp is truly powerful for these kids because we have many counselors that were once campers or siblings of campers. It holds a special place in their memories.

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DPM: What are some highlights from your time at camp?
WP: Every year the staff puts on a theme night, and this year was video game characters coming to life. Those little kids like to have lost their minds! To see them get that excited about a staffer dressed up in a Mario outfit is the best. They also get to do a ropes course with a zipline at the end, and it’s so cool to see them cheer each other on. It’s like they know how important each little victory is, and the victory isn’t winning or completing a task — it’s challenging yourself to go outside of your comfort zone.

DPM: Do you have a particular story that stands out?
WP: One year toward the end of camp, we were at the pool. One of the campers was too tired to get in, so I sat next to him and asked if he wanted to play Uno with me. Over the next 45 minutes, he opened up and shared his story about his treatment and what he and his family had been through. It was amazing to listen to this 14-year-old boy talk in such a mature manner about serious life issues. He was wise beyond his years and touched everyone’s life he came into contact with.

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DPM: What would you most like people to take away from your experience?
WP: Find a charity that speaks to you and then put yourself into it completely. Get involved… stop putting it off! No, really — you’re not that busy.

DPM: How has your work with these campers impacted the way you conduct your real estate business?
WP: It’s so much bigger than that. We all need to remember any person we are dealing with is a culmination of events in their life and not just the tired, frustrated person that is stressed about the move or sale of their home. It’s our job to reassure them — “We’ve got you!”

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Thank you, Weston Pugh, for sharing your summer with these campers and with us!

Firm fills 11 leadership positions for MetroTex

In North Texas alone, there are 18,000 people involved in all aspects of the real estate industry. Since that’s a pretty sizeable bunch, odds are you know at least one of them, right? Especially with the crazy-strong housing market we’ve had the last few years. “For Sale” signs are everywhere, and hundreds of new agents have gotten their licenses.

Like any reputable industry, these local real estate professionals look to a unifying umbrella organization to help them maintain and further their careers and interests. MetroTex Association of REALTORS® is this organization. They offer programs to advance agent development, lobby for both consumers and REALTORS in Austin, promote diversity within the field and more. Established in 1917, MetroTex represents the entire North Texas region as the area’s largest REALTOR association. It is the second largest Association of REALTORS in Texas, and fourth in the country!

Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate — both the brokerage and the individual agents who comprise it — not only benefits from the work MetroTex does, they contribute to it in many significant ways. This year, several agents across the five Dallas offices (Highland Park, InTown, Lakewood, Park Cities and Preston Center) are serving fellow real estate professionals — and ultimately the buyers and sellers who rely on them — in various leadership capacities.

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James Eriksson Martin (top left) – Incoming President
Patty Brooks (top center) – MLS Representative for Oak Cliff
Becky Connatser (top right) – Past President Appointee
Kimberlee Gromatzky (not pictured) – Global Affairs Committee
Eric Holmes
(middle left) – MLS Representative for East Dallas
Angela McCants (middle center) – Vice Chair of Public Education
Dave Millheiser (not pictured) – Global Business Council Advisory Board and Member, Professional Development Committee
Robb Puckett (middle right) – Vice Chair of Professional Development
Alicia Schroeder (bottom left) – Board of Directors and Chair of Public Education
Brian Smith (not pictured) – Global Business Council Advisory Board and Member
Kristin Smith
(bottom center) – Board of Directors and Chair of Young Professionals Network

As President, James Martin has this to say about 2017:

“MetroTex is poised for an exceptional year — incidentally our Centennial — where anything is possible. We’re committed to our cities, members and clients, and with that in mind, we have many events planned. We are launching a four-part New Professionals Entrepreneur Breakfast Series geared toward professional development. We will also be holding five tree-planting community service events throughout the year, with the first to take place next month in South Dallas. Our goal is also to give away 100 trees, free to the communities we serve. Those are just a few examples.

MetroTex has a long tradition of success, and we will use this solid foundation to build a greater tomorrow. Of course, building a greater tomorrow starts today!”

Congratulations to all for making a difference in North Texas real estate!