Commitment to her clients and her community are professional hallmarks of Libby Norwood, a vice president at Briggs-Freeman, where she has been a consistent multi-million dollar producer every year since joining the firm in 1985. The industry veteran was recently named as one of the city's Top Sellers by D Magazine. I am so honored to have such a wide network of loyal clients, says Norwood. Referral business and repeat customers make up the majority of my annual sales. Now, with second-generation clients entering the marketplace, it is a pleasure to work with my clients' children as they begin to purchase their first homes. Libby is dedicated to being highly knowledgeable about all aspects of our market, and committed to providing the highest level of quality personal service, knowing a satisfied client is the best measure of success, says Briggs-Freeman partner Robbie Briggs. She works thoroughly to educate her homebuyers so that they can make the best decision for their home, families and investment needs. She is so wired in to the neighborhoods that we serve, that she often matches sellers with buyers and brokers deals that never enter the marketplace. To that end, Norwood stays abreast of industry and market developments through a number of professional affiliations. She is active with two different networking groups that are comprised of the area's top producers, the Architectural Forum, and is involved with Preservation Dallas, having earned the organization's Historic Homes Specialist designation. Libby works with the RELO network worldwide, and received Briggs-Freeman's 2004 Relocation Award as Top Producer for sending the largest number of outgoing referrals. The longtime Park Cities resident also keeps a finger on the pulse of Dallas through her civic commitments, having worked with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra League (co-chairing the annual Symphony Ball), the Junior League of Dallas, the Family Place Partners (past board member), Juvenile Diabetes (past board member), Dallas Youth Orchestra (past board member), and Dallas Museum of Art League, among many other charitable groups. Libby gives each client her attention and time, providing personal representation and earning customers that are with her for life, says Briggs-Freeman partner Charles Freeman. She feels that service and professionalism are paramount to successful transactions, making herself available 24/7. Just as important is the fact that she is recognized and admired by her peers as a top agent in the city, and one who works hard toward satisfactory and successful real estate transactions. Libby Norwood specializes in the Park Cities, Preston Hollow, Bluffview, Greenway Parks, North Dallas, Lakewood, and Turtle Creek areas. For more information, or a private assessment of your real estate needs, contact her at 972-733-9244.