COMMUNITY

Having spent my entire professional career in real estate, I have been honored to represent some highly successful and distinguished clients. I have been inspired by their commitment to go above and beyond to enhance the quality of people’s lives in their communities, and the world. We share the same core values to make a positive difference wherever we see a need in education, culture, heath, and environmental sustainability.

We are all endowed with some measure of time, talent and treasure. I believe we have a social responsibility to use our resources to help those less fortunate. Giving back is not only the right thing to do but is deeply gratifying.

Our commitment to long-term satisfaction and service drives our business, and we pride ourselves on tailoring our teams, partners and services to client needs. Carla

Our commitment to long-term satisfaction and service drives our business, and we pride ourselves on tailoring our teams, partners and services to client needs. As we adapt to the changing needs of 21st century clients, we continue to deepen our commitment to good citizenship and environmental stewardship, building on the same values that form the foundation of our culture: ethical leadership, transparency and an unwavering commitment to our customers.

Carla Perez

CURRENTLY INVOLVED IN THESE COMMUNITIES:

Wounded Warrior Project — a charity and veterans service organization that offers a variety of programs, services and events for wounded veterans of the military actions following September 11, 2001.

Warrior Dog Foundation — a non-profit organization in Cooper, Texas, that provides care and comfort to dogs that have ended their service supporting American troops. Its main goal is to give the dogs a place to live out their golden years, with dignity and respect, having fun on a ranch.

North Texas Food Bank — a social-benefit organization in Plano, Texas. The organization distributes donated, purchased and prepared foods through a network of nearly 1,000 feeding programs and 262 partner agencies in 13 North Texas counties.

Austin Street Center — the largest low-barrier shelter in Dallas that serves men ages 45 and older and women ages 18 and older. Each person who finds shelter with Austin Street Center is provided a safe place to sleep, plus showers, clothing and meals. More than just a meal and a bed, the center’s individualized model of service attempts to treat the whole individual through a comprehensive program that includes housing coordination and stabilization services; employment and education resources; benefits and ID assistance; mental-health services on-site; spiritual, emotional and addiction support; diversion; transportation; and more. Austin Street Center’s goal is to help its clients transition from homelessness to independence.

Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (NPH USA, Spanish for “Our Little Brothers and Sisters”)— an organization that transforms the lives of vulnerable children in Latin America by giving them homes, health services, and educational programs. Founded in 1954, NPH is currently supporting more than 6,300 boys and girls, in nine countries.

Carla, I was not prepared for how much you would be instrumental in my decision to purchase. From our initial contact, you have been extremely responsive, thorough, knowledgeable, honest, and professional in all of our interactions. Phyllis Cheri Thompson New Home Owner