Donna began her real estate career with the FDIC and similar entities as a Real Estate Loan Work-Out Specialist. Other previous work experience with top area banks, and high-end retailer Neiman Marcus brought her to the place in her career where becoming a Realtor was the obvious next step. Licensed since 1991 due to her work with FDIC, Donna has pursued her career as a full-time licensed Realtor for the past nine years. The combination of her FDIC knowledge and her Neiman Marcus customer service has brought Donna a very loyal following of grateful past customers and clients.
An active member of the Board of Realtors, Donna has served on various committees as a way to personally "give back" to a career which has brought her so many wonderful opportunities.
The Apple of Donna's Eye is her son Nicholas Nixon, now freshman at OU. Active in the community, Donna has done volunteer work at her church, Church of the Good Shepherd. Also an active baseball/soccer volunteer, she occasionally treats herself by following her son Nicholas in golf. Nick is an excellent golfer, and we have a great relationship. It is about building those realtionship over the years that make this business a passion.
Donna's years of experience as a loan negotiator, a major asset to her, has helped her successfully negotiate for her clients in her pursuit of finding them their Dream Homes. Donna's drive comes from her dedication to her clients and her respect for others. She prides herself on her successful marketing skills, her superb negotiating skills, and delivering the kind of customer service you'd expect from her background at Neiman Marcus.
She works with clients in home price-ranges from $100,000 for first time buyers up to $1,000,000 and beyond for her "move-up" buyers. Her client's satisfaction is her first priority, and it shows through her extensive repeat business from her client base and her referral business.
Donna brings a world of experience and top-notch skills to her career as a Realtor with Keller Williams Realty.... focusing primarily on the Colleyville-Grapevine-Southlake-Keller markets. New constr