Buyer’s Agent, Listing Agent
Amberton University, Master of Science, Counseling
University of Texas at Dallas, Bachelor of Science
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"Our home sold very fast in the Fall of 2013, which meant we needed to quickly find a new place to live. This wasn’t easy since it was during the holidays. Linda Wells was so great and found us the perfect home for us. I really appreciate her hard work." - Cayla
"I have lived in Dallas for going on about 8 years now. The first place I lived in was in Ft. Worth and I did not use a locator. Thank God I only signed a 6 month lease because it was an awful experience. I had no knowledge of the area, demographics, management company, etc. All things that someone wanting to be comfortable needs to know.
The second time I leased, I reached out to Linda Wells. She was prompt, thorough and professional and even brought to light aspects to be considered that hadn’t even dawned on me! I have moved 3 times since and have worked with Linda each time; every time finding the process smoother and more efficient/productive. Everyone that I talk to that is planning to lease in the DFW area and surrounding areas, I refer to her and her company. I have heard nothing but “over the top” thanks for the referral.
This is a strong, definite recommendation if you want a problem free move into a perfect fit!
I’m not sure 5 stars are enough!" - Colby
Saying ‘real estate is exciting to Linda’ would be an understatement. She has enjoyed pursuing the latest and greatest in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex since the early 80s. She has lived in Highland Park, Downtown Dallas, Uptown, and worked extensively in Fort Worth. Her expertise of the entire metroplex is vast.
Linda has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Texas at Dallas, a Master of Science in Counseling from Amberton University, and a Texas Broker’s license. She has been involved in over $20 million in real estate transactions within the last 5 years.
Linda has been devoted to the Dallas-Fort Worth communities in many ways. She served on the committee for the Fort Worth Public Library Fundraiser for two years. Linda is a member of Dallas Junior League, Tuesday Garden Club, Interfaith Housing, and The Stewpot, which serves The Bridge, a Homeless Shelter in Downtown Dallas. Linda has worked for years in a volunteer position with Children’s Medical Center, Bryan’s House, Child Care Dallas, and Susan Komen Breast Cancer Committee. Linda is also a member of Park Cities Presbyterian Church where she volunteers as the Committee Chairman of the EQUIP Committee that seeks to prevent homelessness in working families.
Linda raised two daughters in the Highland Park School system. Her girls and their husbands are a rewarding part of her life, and she has two grandchildren.
Linda made Dallas her home in 1982, and has enjoyed the Dallas-Fort Worth lifestyle extensively. She looks forward to sharing her expertise so your stay in Dallas-Fort Worth will be as exciting and fulfilling as hers.