Multimillion-dollar producer Holly Thompson has been recognized by Allie Beth Allman and Associates as she achieved the level of Senior Vice President for her sales production. Holly has built her reputation by surpassing client expectations and being a proven leader in the Dallas real estate market. The majority of Holly’s business has consisted of repeat and referral clients. She is a member of the National Association or Realtors, the Texas Association of Realtors, MetroTex Realtors, has earned the ABR designation for Real Estate Buyers Agents, is a Leading Real Estate Relocation Specialist and carries the Seniors Real Estate Specialist designation.
As a top producer, she understands today’s consumer expectations for knowledge, excellence and responsiveness. Every client is provided with the same high-level services and her use of marketing, market knowledge, technology and communication skills bring an advantage to her clients whether they are selling or buying. Meticulous care to every detail has proven to be an enormous advantage in not only writing offers and negotiating contracts, but also in closings. She is uniquely positioned to serve all of her client’s real estate needs.
As a member of Allie Beth Allman and Associates Relocation Team, Holly has a vast knowledge of the neighborhoods in Dallas, as well as the surrounding area such as: Highland Park, University Park, Dallas, North Dallas, East Dallas, Uptown, Oak Lawn, Oak Cliff, Lake Highlands, Plano, Frisco, Celina, Prosper, McKinney, The Colony, Allen, Southlake, Colleyville, Keller, West Lake, Richardson, Lewisville, Flower Mound, Coppell, Carrollton-Farmers Branch, Irving, Las Colinas, Garland, Rockwall, Fort Worth, Arlington, Kaufman, Denton and Ellis Counties.
Working in and closing transactions in the surrounding markets of DFW have complimented her ability to help clients wherever their needs are be it investment, farm and ranch, raw land or personal home transactions.
Holly moved to Dallas from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and earned her Bachelors degree in Economics from Southern Methodist University. She has chaired numerous community service projects and served as a board member for many civic and non-profit organizations. Holly is very involved in the tennis community not only as a player but also as a fundraiser and volunteer. She has earned rankings as high as # 1 in the state of Texas and she enjoys playing tennis with her son who has won state titles as well. Holly volunteers for the Dallas Tennis Association, works with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and Connecting Point of Park Cities. Her other interests include snow skiing, hiking, fitness and just about any outdoor activity.