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The Dallas-based real estate sales firm Allie Beth Allman & Associates has put out its shingle in Tarrant County, opening a new office in Southlake, the firm announced Dec. 4.

Allman & Associates is leasing offices in Granite Place, adjacent to Southlake Town Square. The firm focuses on luxury custom homes and estate sales.

In 2015, it was acquired by the Berkshire Hathaway real estate company, Home Services of America, the largest residential brokerage in the nation.

The sales teams will be headed by Dona Robinson and Wynne Moore, whose firms will staff the office. The new location will serve Colleyville, Grapevine, Keller, Trophy Club and Westlake.

“We are excited that Wynne and Dona are joining our agent family,” said Allie Beth Allman, founder and CEO. “As Dallas’ luxury leader, Allie Beth Allman & Associates will operate a small boutique firm, anchored by two teams of top producers who provide personalized, specialized sales and marketing for each property.”

Robinson was part of the Allman company for 11 years and has remained a close colleague, according to a news release. “We are very pleased she is rejoining us,” Allman said.

Robinson has more than 20 years of real estate and marketing experience and has handled more than $150 million in transactions in Dallas and Tarrant counties. Her partners, Susan Mathews, Gabriella Miller and Jennifer Spielvogel, will accompany her. Robinson also owns an ad agency with her husband, which allows her to provide the group’s clients with marketing materials. The combined team’s background of asset management, interior design and mortgage lending allows it to be a rich resource for its clients.

The Wynne Moore Group, which includes Perry Moore, Tonia Beard and John Martini, has handled the sale of more than $200 million in properties in recent years.

“With the Allman team of entrepreneurs, we have more freedom to manage the listing the way the clients want it to be,” Wynne Moore said. “There is less bureaucracy and more local control, so I can develop a very specialized strategy for each client.”

The Allman firm ranks number one in Dallas County in luxury home sales in a range of prices and it leads other firms in the sale and listing of estates valued at $2 million, $3 million and $5 million or more, according to MLS data.

Allie Beth Allman & Associates was founded in 2003, a new entity for the residential real estate firm founded by Allie Beth Allman in 1985. Allie Beth Allman & Associates has two other offices, one in central Dallas and one in Lakewood. More than 350 Allman agents serve the Dallas metro area. The firm has focused on neighborhoods in Dallas such as Highland Park, University Park, Preston Hollow, Bluffview, Turtle Creek, Uptown and Lakewood.

alliebeth.com


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