Lindy Hill needed to find a way to supplement her family’s income and investigated getting into the real estate brokerage business. She had two young children, a large commitment to various charity and social interests and very little time to start a career. The need for financial security, a burning sense of accomplishment, and genuine fondness for people were her only credentials – her real estate experience was limited to the buying and selling of her own home. Lindy went to school, got a license and took a position with a small successful local firm. Her first week in the real estate business she sold a home and that was the beginning of a enormously successful career which has consistently placed her as one of the leading producers in the Dallas residential real estate market and at the top of the agents at Briggs-Freeman in 2002, and 2005, and again in 2006 with no less than top five finishes in between. Lindy set Company production records at $20, $30, $40 then in 2007 with $70 Million in total sales production. Frequently Lindy is credited with the largest sale in the Park Cities.
Lindy’s first interest was to make sure she was a good mother and carefully crafted her time between real estate and family. Focus was her tool. She committed one hundred percent to her family at family time and one hundred percent to real estate at business time and, somehow, got great results. Lindy’s son, Stephen, graduated from Highland Park, Texas A&M and received a M.B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin and is presently a successful investment consultant in San Francisco and is married with two children, a daughter and a son. Shelly, Lindy’s daughter, graduated from Highland Park with honors and a state tennis championship, graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.B.A. in finance and became the top employee benefits sales consultant for a major life insurance company and is now living in Annapolis, Maryland as a full time mom with her husband and two daughters and one son.
In 1981, Lindy made the first change in her business career by joining Mahoney Realtors -a move which accelerated her productivity many times over and placed her as the top producer at Mahoney every year. She continues the tradition at Briggs-Freeman where she and her husband Dan and his agents moved in 1999. She has been named by D Magazine as one of the Best Agents in Dallas since 2002. In 2006 Lindy was the recipient of Briggs – Freeman’s very top award, The Rose Rosner Award. This award is given to the most admired company agent or staff member who epitomizes the very best in Brigg-Freeman long standing tradition of excellence – the best of the best.
Lindy is a sustaining member of the Junior League of Dallas, St. Michaels & All Angels Episcopal Church, and the Kappa Alpha Theta Alumnae Group plus several real estate network organizations. Lindy and Dan participate in many civic, charitable and social organizations in Dallas as well as service to the real estate industries groups and organizations. Lindy is a member of The Masters of Real Estate which is a networking group of the twenty best agents from the best real estate companies in the area. She is also a member of four others, one of which was put together with nothing but young agents — and Lindy. She loves it!
Her goals for the development of future business, and a total commitment to delivering the very best of service to her clients have allowed Lindy to refine and mold her experience into securing the very best results for her clients. Lindy understands that a majority of her future business will come from the past and what a past to build upon.
Lindy will be happy to furnish a rather long list of current and recent client’s who can testify as to their experience in working with Lindy. If you call any, plan on being on the phone a long time.
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