Cassidy Iwersen

Cassidy Iwersen

Sales Agent

Specialties

Buyer’s Agent
Relocation
Investment Properties
First Time Home Buyers


Education

Academy of Art University, Graphic Design
St Mary’s College of California, Communications


Charity

Volunteer, Dallas Animal Services


About Cassidy
For Cassidy Iwersen, working in real estate was the next and natural step in a creative career path rooted in a passion for all things house and home. She understands innately the importance of environment, and believes that everyone should love where they live. It is this tenet which inspires her to work tirelessly and cheerfully for her clients every step of the way.

Originally from Kalispell, Montana, Cassidy enjoyed time living on both coasts before happily landing in Dallas. She studied Communications (St. Mary’s College) and Graphic Design (Academy of Art University) in California, cutting her teeth in advertising and marketing in San Francisco. She progressed to work as an art director and interiors stylist for many top brands, designers, and publications in New York City. Perhaps most influential were her many years working at Martha Stewart, where she was trained to recognize excellence, collaborating with some of the greatest talents in the lifestyle industry. This experience instilled in her the high standards, strong sense of capability, and attention to detail for which she is known.

Cassidy’s unique skill set benefits her clients through the entire process and on both sides of the transaction. Whether it’s finding that hidden gem for her buyers, or providing sellers with expert advice about how to best present their home, let her editor’s eye help you to see the potential.

She works all over DFW, but Cassidy resides in an overgrown corner of Fort Worth on two acres where she and her sweetheart are renovating an 1883 farm house. She is always up for Mexican food, an estate sale, or a game of tennis.

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