Now that Mary Perry has been back in Fort Worth and associated with Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty for almost four years, she can truly say that she is grateful to be a part of such a professional and highly regarded company. Her fellow agents are supportive and collaborative, sharing resources and information on listings and “coming soons.” And she recognizes that the Sotheby’s International Realty brand is a valuable tool, enabling agents to advertise properties in the smartest way by taking advantage of the latest technologies and marketing to larger audiences than any other firm. Sotheby’s International Realty has offices around the globe with the ability to showcase properties from seventy countries and territories. Mary networks specifically with Sotheby’s International Realty agents in California, New York City and Colorado. She has met dynamic realtors in Colorado who have sold second homes to many Texans and she knows they could help anyone in Fort Worth looking for that perfect getaway. This same concept applies to popular destinations in California.
Mary has a new and even greater appreciation for the Fort Worth community. Even though she loves her original hometown of Houston, Fort Worth is now considered “home.” She not only likes the older more established neighborhoods, but also the new developments such as Edwards Ranch, the River District, and Walsh Ranch. Fort Worth is offering more choices in lifestyles, both in urban and rural neighborhoods, and more opportunities for businesses to thrive. Always known for world class museums, Fort Worth now has a state of the arts entertainment center with the fabulous Dickies Arena. Cowtown is a diverse and supportive community that welcomes new residents to the North Texas area.
Mary has sold real estate since she was twenty-four consistently being a top producer with Zarr & Company in Houston. She continued in the Fort Worth area from 1982 to 2008, while raising her three children who have grown to be productive adults and her best friends. Now that she has more time to devote to her business, she would love to help long-time friends and new friends as well as those moving to Fort Worth from other cities find their home.