No one works harder to find the perfect home, or sell your existing property, than Jerry Durham.
A lifelong resident of North Texas, Jerry has a unique understanding of the neighborhoods and culture that make the Dallas/Fort Worth region unique. He grew up on a farm in Plano and is a graduate of Baylor University, where he was Vice President of his class. Throughout high school and college, he worked in Savings and Loans and gained valuable knowledge of the mortgage and real estate process.
After college, Jerry worked for two different members of the United States Congress for nearly 20 years. He specialized in community development, transportation, housing, social services, immigration, and veterans affairs. He left his work in the public sector to manage Countrywide and Bank of America's national foreclosure prevention initiatives. It was through these experiences that he learned the importance of educating consumers on the homebuying process.
He prides himself on educating consumers. "The more potential homeowners know, the better choices they can make. It's important for buyers and sellers to understand the risks and rewards of homeownership," said Durham. "If people don't understand the process, you set them up for failure. For most, buying a home is the single largest financial transaction they will ever make. It is important that they have a realtor partner to guide them."
Whether you are buying your first home, moving up, leasing, investing, or looking for an estate, Jerry listens and responds. For many realtors, buying or selling a home is purely transactional. For Jerry, it is relational. It is his goal to represent every homeowner as he would if he were purchasing himself.