HOUSTON — Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Premier Properties today announced the opening of a new office in Dumas, TX. The newly formed Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices - Premier Properties is located in Houston, TX. The announcement was made by owners, Stacy Mathews, Broker/Owner and Tracy Mathews, Owner, of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices - Premier Properties.

“We are excited to open business in Dumas,” said Mathews. “Our team has been involved in the Amarillo and surrounding area’s real estate market for a number of years, and we believe that our customers will greatly benefit from our commitment to service and the value of the brand.”

The company will begin operations with their motivated and well-trained base of 20 sales professionals who were formerly associated with Ad Rem Land Company at the same location, 803 S. Bliss Ave., Dumas, TX. These experienced Realtors® will continue to provide the community with the real estate knowledge, expertise, and professionalism which the area has come to expect and trust. “Our current 20-agent team is excited to work under the notable and highly-acclaimed Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices brand and utilize the company’s state-of- the-art tools & technology to seamlessly conduct home purchase and sale transactions for the benefit our clients” remarked Cheryl Clark, Managing Broker Assoc., BHHS - Premier Properties’ Dumas and Amarillo locations.

"Operating in Dumas, Amarillo, and 17 other communities statewide means that Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices - Premier Properties will remain commited to quality and customer service above all else," said Stacy Mathews, Broker/Owner. “Sales professionals who are driven to move their careers to the next level should highly consider BHHS - Premier Properties. Our company’s culture is ambitious, collaborative and always focused on our agents’ success.”

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices - Premier Properties held a ribbon cutting at its Dumas, TX location, 803 S. Bliss Ave., at 11:00 a.m.on Friday, May 21st.

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