Crystal Gonzalez is a Texas native businesswoman, investor, and real estate consultant.
Named 2016 Top Producer for David Griffin & Company, she is the youngest agent in the firms' 34 year history to achieve this prestigious title. Her career continue to be recognized by her industry and peers with career highlights such as HGTV (House Hunters, Dallas), D Magazine, Modern Luxury (Modern Moms), Dallas Morning News (2016 Local Top Producers) and the Advocate (Top 5 Oak Cliff Producers). Her excellence in the industry began with practical experience buying her first home at the young age of 20. Her unique and diverse skill set stems from a deep resume successfully buying, renovating, selling and marketing properties in every phase of the real estate cycle. From the most competitive fast-paced markets, to the most grinding, recessive markets, she has the talents necessary to meet any market head-on with proven success.
Through hundreds of transactions including single-family residences, condominiums and townhomes, Crystal is able to leverage her experience in marketing her client's properties and routinely achieving record-high sales-per-square foot values in many of Dallas' local neighborhoods. Additionally, Crystal excels in helping homebuyers identify the perfect neighborhood and style of home best suiting their lifestyle; all while keeping her client's financial goals in mind, especially in multiple offer situations.
"Experience is key when it comes to selecting your agent. I have reached a level of expertise where I have seen just about every situation whether buying or selling. I know what to do and how to do it. I leverage my track record and experience for the benefit of my clients in creating the best outcomes and achieving their goals." said Crystal.
This wealth of expertise and insight are valued now more than ever, by sellers and buyers alike as they navigate one of the most important financial decisions of their lives, in a market overwhelmed by data and distractions. Crystal has reached incredible heights in her industry and the future looks brighter.