Building Healthy Agent Camaraderie One Festive Gathering at a Time


When you work in an industry of smart, confident, self-motivated independent contractors, it would be easy – understandable even — for genuine camaraderie to be… well, lacking. At Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate, however, that’s just not the case. And we have photographic evidence to support this claim.

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Take, for example, the recent week-night chili party that was attended by just about every agent in the Preston Center office. The evening was hosted by the office’s Advisory Board – Gayl Braymer, Karen Fry, Dawn Rejebian, Chad Schulin, and Gene Taylor — and held at Karen’s Preston Hollow home.

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From L-R, Bill Ajello (The Lending Partners), Dawn Rejebian, Chad Schulin, Gaynelle Henger, Karen Fry, Gayl Braymer, Gene Taylor

The Advisory Board comprises five Associates elected by their fellow office-mates (2-year term) to attend monthly meetings with Dave and company management, and help shape the path and success of the Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate brand. These ambassadors for the company offer support to fellow Associates, and serve as a voice of opinion in all aspects of the company’s operations. All five of the Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate offices have their own Advisory Boards, and each one by design helps foster a culture of collaboration and encouragement among associates.

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“It’s a pleasure to work with this leadership group,” says Gaynelle Henger, Office Manager of the Preston Center location. “They bring fun, professional perspectives and vision to our office community.”

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From L-R, Martha Tiner, Hanne Sagalowsky
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From L-R, Michael Benson, Loryn LaMonte, Betty Godwin
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From L-R, Judy Christopher, Betsy Weber Hurst, Charles Carneal, Weston Pugh

 

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From L-R, Kenneth Walters, Taylor Cousins
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From L-R, Molly Malone, Gaynelle Henger, Kathy Finn

 

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From L-R, Jan Furr, Jeff Updike

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wouldn’t it be Great to Walk to School From One of These Park Cities Homes?


How was that drive to school on the first day of classes? Kind of rough? Imagine how much easier life would be if your children lived within walking distance of their school. Each of these homes for sale in the Park Cities fits the bill.

ARMSTRONG ELEMENTARY

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3420 Saint Johns Drive is six minutes from Armstrong Elementary on foot.

The exceptional Mediterranean home at 3420 Saint Johns Drive offers a level of sophistication that is evident as soon as you see the intricate wrought-iron patterns in the front door, the exterior balconies, and the breathtaking grand staircase in the two-story foyer. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide views of the front yard from the formal dining room and formal living room, which features one of the home’s three fireplaces. These distinctive areas are unified by their beautifully stained hardwood floors and enormous arched entryways. Kevin Laszlo is offering the property for $2,950,000.

BRADFIELD ELEMENTARY

4425 Southern Avenue

4425 Southern Avenue is five minutes from Bradfield Elementary on foot.

Newly built by Danes Custom Homes, the gorgeous contemporary house at 4425 Southern Avenue has five bedrooms, five full bathrooms plus two half-baths, and more than 5,000 square feet of living space. This home combines a clean-lined design with the finest materials and finish-out, including metal and glass doors that provide an abundance of natural light. Alex Roostaei is offering the property for $2,575,000.

HYER ELEMENTARY

3637 Southwestern

3637 Southwestern Boulevard is nine minutes from Hyer Elementary on foot.

This stunning new construction by Jeff Gilbert at 3637 Southwestern Boulevard is absolute perfection. The home features a downstairs master suite, is elevator ready, and rests on an incredible 70 by 160 lot. The open floor plan is truly unique and highlights the home’s clean lines and warm feel. The Rhodes Group is offering the property for $3,249,900.

UNIVERSITY PARK ELEMENTARY

3421 Purdue

3421 Purdue Avenue is six minutes from University Park Elementary on foot.

The fantastically light and bright home at 3421 Purdue Avenue offers a white kitchen with a La Cornue en France commercial stove, a Miele dishwasher, a Sub-Zero refrigerator and wine cooler, and an island. The kitchen is open to the den with a fireplace and a wet bar. Upstairs is a large master suite with a sitting area and a luxurious bath with two closets, plus three other bedrooms, a game room, and a utility room. Molly Malone is offering the property for $1,449,000.

More Than Quarter of Modern Luxury’s Real Estate Awards Went to Our Agents


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Madeline Jobst, the Hewitt & Habgood Group, and Ralph Randall were among our honorees.

The April issue of Modern Luxury Dallas includes the magazine’s inaugural Real Estate Awards. The list of honorees is comprised of 76 individuals and groups, and more than a quarter of them are Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate agents.

The magazine identifies them as “the who’s who of Dallas real estate agents — those selling everything from Beverly Drive homes to Texas-sized ranch properties. Modern Luxury Dallas has narrowed down a list of the city’s most in-the-know home hunters who represent buyers and sellers alike.”

Congratulations to all of our honorees!

Mark Cain
Gianna Cerullo
Elliott & Elliott
Gullutto-Barnes
Hewitt & Habgood Group
Hickman+Weber
The House Sales Team
Madeline Jobst
Molly Malone
Patricia Massey
Christine McKenny
Jennifer Miller
Ronda Needham
Dave Perry-Miller
Julie Provenzano
Sharon Quist
Ralph Randall
Emily Ray-Porter
Rhodes Group
Ryan Streiff