For over 36 years, Ellen Terry's name has been synonymous with business expertise, exceptional customer service and the highest standards of ethics and integrity in the Dallas' luxury real estate market. Ellen's guidance, experience, insightfulness and expert negotiating skills have proven invaluable to her many friends and customers. With her extensive experience in Dallas' most sought-after neighborhoods, Ellen can offer her clients up-to-the-minute market knowledge in addition to legendary customer service. Ellen's sales history is one of the most remarkable in the industry. During her career she has personally sold over $1 billion in real estate, including some of the most iconic residences in Dallas. In the year 2000, she sold the most expensive home in Dallas, listed at the time for $22 million. In 2012, she sold several other stellar properties including a private estate at 3830 Windsor in University Park that listed for just under $9 million. When I started in the real estate business my goal was to handle high-end properties in the most sought-after and affluent neighborhoods in Dallas, she says. It has been my pleasure to assist my clients with the sale and purchase of exceptional homes in Highland Park, University Park, Preston Hollow, Greenway Parks, Bluffview and Devonshire Along with her high-end listings and sales, Ellen also acts as executive vice president of coaching and mentoring at Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty, a position that allows her to personally help mentor and coach agents who want to take their business to the next level. One of my passions in life is motivating others to reach their full potential, she says. Ellen's personal goal is to make a difference where she works and lives, giving back to the community in every way possible. She created an awareness hour at Highland Park High School bringing attention to teenage alcohol and drug abuse and has raised over $500,000 in funding for the Genesis Women's Shelter through the Ellen Terry Realtors Ladies Golf Classic.