Each Friday, Robbie Briggs, CEO of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty, writes about luxury, trends, business and more in the advertising pages of the Mansion section of The Wall Street Journal. Below is his letter of December 17, 2021.
ANNOUNCING: THE NEIGHBORHOOD GUIDE
No matter how the real estate market — and the world — changes, one thing never will: what the agents of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty know about homes, lifestyles and neighborhoods. About the latter, come explore the top areas of North Texas in our new promoted series with CultureMap. You’ll meet our experts and learn about the shops, restaurants and sites in their neighborhoods — plus some insider information that may surprise even the natives. It’s all at dallas.culturemap.com and fortworth.culturemap.com, then click on The Neighborhood Guide. I think you’ll be amazed.
If you've ever been in the market to buy a home, you know how overwhelming the experience of finding the perfect neighborhood can be. Wouldn't it be great to have an easy-to-use resource at your fingertips? Something that offers insider information on area neighborhoods, led by successful real estate agents at the top of their game? Well, now you do.” —CultureMap
NEIGHBORHOODS BY THE NUMBERS
From Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty and CultureMap, the definitive new guide to North Texas neighborhoods, by the experts who know them best
50+ expert real estate agents recommending everything from little-known parks to the best sweet-corn fritters in town — plus the scoop on area history and home styles
45+ neighborhoods of North Texas explored by the experts, including the M Streets, Tanglewood, Old Highland Park, Westover Hills, Preston Hollow, Montserrat and many more
350+ square miles of North Texas covered, from high-energy new neighborhoods to eternally elegant classics
60+ years that Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty has been the leading luxury brokerage in North Texas, now with offices in Dallas, Fort Worth, Lakewood, Southlake and The North, in Plano