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Tricia Hoffmann (Your Home Free)

Tricia Hoffmann

Real Estate Agent / Highland Village, TX
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Get to know Tricia Hoffmann

I took a round-about way into real estate but love that every single client is unique and helps me to learn all different facets of this fantastic industry!  I was born and raised in Simi Valley, CA and went to college at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa.  I majored in Broadcast News and played Division I softball.  I was 22 and had the opportunity to become a head softball coach at a small college in Texas and stayed there for three years.  I met my soccer coach husband there and we moved to Dallas in 2001 where I started the softball program at UT Dallas.  After four years and the birth of our first child, I was ready for a new challenge.  Eight years later, I find the competitiveness of real estate just as exciting as being an athlete or coach. 

 

Tricia Hoffmann Expertise

I live in Highland Village and work the surrounding communities including Flower Mound, Bartonville, Argyle, Lantana, Corinth, Southlake, Colleyville, and Keller.  I enjoy working with all types of clients from those buying first homes or those downsizing.  I believe that informing my clients about the process is crucial since most families don't move on a regular basis.  Contracts constantly change, codes are updated and the rules of real estate are always evolving.  I want to make sure my clients feel like they are making a sound, educated and informed financial investment and not just buying based on emotion.

I am part of a highly-successful team, who has been selected as one of D Magazine's Best Realtors since 2006!

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Helping my clients with their housing needs gives me great joy. Saving my clients an average of $7,500 makes me jubilant! Team Nelson has been voted as D Magazine's "Best Realtors" since 2006.
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