Ashley Rasmussen has called Texas home for over 24 years. As a result, she has an excellent source of knowledge on the local market, with an incomparable network of contacts and resources that form the foundation of her success in real estate.
With a results-based work ethic and commitment to client service, she describes herself as “hyper-focused,” driven by her dedication to reliability, transparency, accessibility, and a strong desire to close business for her clients.
Ashley has been frequently recognized for her accomplishments with prestigious industry honors throughout her real estate career. She’s been named top producer at Allie Beth Allman & Associates, as well as top realtor for five years (2014-2018, 2020) by D Magazine. Her professional training includes certification by the GRI (Graduate Realtor Institute) and the ABR (Accredited Buyer Representative), as well as the Institute for Luxury Home Marketing and Historic Home Specialist.
“My values are honesty, integrity, and respect for others – all three are important to me and, in my experience, the only way to achieve true success,” she explains. “I like helping, serving people, and making a difference in my home and community. I’m a hard worker, dedicated, compassionate, and adaptable with strong communication skills.”
On September 8, 2021, Ashley, and Chris Pyle launched the Rasmussen + Pyle Real Estate Group. It was a bold new stroke for the longtime friends and real estate associates. “Chris and I decided to join forces and form our own team at Allie Beth Allman & Associates,” she explains. Ashley calls creating a new team, “an easy decision,” due to the pair’s years of working together at The Haven Group, which Pyle founded in 2007. “We have similar beliefs and culture,” she says. “By pooling our time, experience, and resources we can offer an accelerated top-level service to our treasured clients.”
Ashley says she works with a wide range of clients -- from first-time buyers to seasoned sellers. She enjoys working with clients relocating to Dallas and “showing off our beautiful city,” as she describes it, specializing in the Park Cities, where she lives with her family. She also has a depth of experience in East Dallas, Lake Highlands, Preston Hollow, and Bluffview.
Brand differentiation is important to Ashley. “My top-notch customer service and passion for the ‘importance of home’ fortifies a deeply held belief that the process of buying and selling is a vital, intimate, and emotional one that requires thorough, honest, and steady advice … every step of the way.”
And it is that differentiation that drives her real estate acumen. At the top of her list is a devotion to quality customer service delivered in her signature calm, personable, and positive style. “Past clients have shared that they appreciate my exceptional customer service, negotiation and problem-solving skills, as well as my patience, and staying involved during, and after the transaction.”
A Shreveport, LA native, Ashley has been married for 25 years to Paul Rasmussen, Senior Minister at Highland Park United Methodist Church. The couple are parents to three children: PJ is a senior at The University of Texas-Austin; Arden, a sophomore, also at The University of Texas-Austin; and Luke, who is a junior at Shelton School in Dallas. Beyond a deep knowledge of various local communities, another of Ashley’s greatest strengths, she says, is understanding area school districts.
“For one reason or another, early on our three children ended up in different school systems,” she explains. “When it comes to education – private vs. public, and so on -- I bring a wealth of information to clients.”
Ashley received her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at Northwestern State University as well as a master’s degree in Health Promotion. She is dedicated to her community and active with organizations including VNA Meals on Wheels, YMSL, Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center, Family Legacy, and various activities at HPUMC.
In her spare time, Ashley enjoys traveling (especially summertime trips to the mountains), reading, cooking, exercising, Bible studies, and most of all, “spending time with my family.”