Ralph Randall is a respected and top-producing real-estate agent, in the business since 1983. He earned his bachelor of business administration degree from Baylor University and joined the industry right away, achieving top-producer status in just six years. Year after year, in markets up and down, Ralph continues to produce results at the top of the real-estate industry, and has for more than three decades.
Ralph specializes in Dallas’ most prized neighborhoods, and has held records for the most expensive residential property sold in Dallas County and the largest sale of land in Highland Park. He has been recognized by D Magazine as one of its Best Residential Real Estate Agents in Dallas since the honor’s inception, in 2002. He is a member of the elite Dallas Masters of Residential Real Estate, the Texas Real Estate Political Action Committee, the Greater Dallas Association of Realtors and of several advisory boards. Ralph is a Preservation Dallas Historic House Specialist and was a chair of the group’s Grounds for Preservation home tour in 2014. He has also chaired multiple tours of other important homes, everything from Midcentury homes to homes designed by Charles Dilbeck to homes in Dallas’ desirable Greenway Parks neighborhood.
But it isn’t just Ralph’s industry, home and neighborhood knowledge that make him a successful agent. It’s also his relationships, his engagements and his community involvements. He takes great pride in his attention to detail, his devotion to his clients and his discretion in every dealing. He has immersed himself in the community for decades, and has been on boards or councils with DIFFA/Dallas, the Lone Star Ride Fighting AIDS and Artreach-Dallas. He is passionate about and has supported the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Dallas Architecture Forum, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, Parkland Hospital and the Highland Park Education Foundation’s Mad for Plaid.
Ralph lives in Greenland Hills and has called eight of his core neighborhoods home, including Uptown, Turtle Creek, Highland Park West, University Park, Knox-Travis, Northern Heights and Victory Park.
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