Recognized by Texas Monthly Magazine as Texas Real Estate Power Broker and D Magazine as Dallas' Best Real Estate Agent, Lillie Young brings over twenty years and Broker/Associate experience in the real estate and financial markets. A Masters in Business Administration from Southern Methodist University with a concentration in Marketing and Finance and post graduate work at the Harvard Business School in Finance form the educational basis that allows Mrs. Young to serve her clients. Mrs. Young is a consistent city wide top producer and recently completed one of the largest sales in the Dallas area. She specializes in delivering results through her market knowledge and exceptional client service that benefits each client. Each client is important and a distinctive marketing plan is designed for each property. Ms. Young holds a real estate brokers license in Texas. Additional experience as Senior vice President of Grubb & Ellis, the nation's third largest real estate company, the Trammell Crow Company, and now as a leading producer of Allie Beth Allman& Associates brings a unique depth of real estate experience to her client transactions. Lillie has also served as Senior Vice President of Texas Capital Bank where she specialized in the Private Client Group. Her clients benefit from her extensive experience with complicated real estate transactions from a marketing and finance prospective. Lillie has been recognized by Texas Monthly Magazine as one of the Power Brokers in Texas real estate, D Magazine as one of the city's best real estate professionals, the Greater Dallas Association of Realtors as the Affiliate of the year, and has received a National Award from the Federal Home Loan Bank for her creative financing of the Safe Campus of the Family Place. She currently serves her industry through her work on the Public Affairs Committee of the Texas Association of Realtors. She is a published author on risk management in the real estate industry and has served as an instructor at over 50 real estate companies in Texas. On the civic front, Lillie has served on the Associate Board of the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University, Board Member and Vice President of the Family Place, Board Member of the Dallas Can Academy and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and works on many civic projects. These credentials bring a unique and exceptional focus to each client.