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Respected throughout the Dallas area and across the nation for her ability to set records through sales and listings of luxury homes in Dallas, Erin Mathews has built her reputation upon surpassing client expectations. Having sold over $2 Billion dollars worth of Dallas and Park Cities homes during her 25-plus year career, 90% of Erin’s business has consisted of repeat and referral clients.
Specializing in the most elite properties of Highland Park, University Park, Preston Hollow, Greenway Parks, Bluffview, North Dallas and Turtle Creek, Erin has consistently been ranked among the top 1% of all Realtors in the nation. She has also been recognized by D Magazine as a Dallas real estate Power Broker and annually as one of the magazine’s Best Realtors in Dallas. As described by D, Erin’s experience in the field, reputation and impressive sales volume places her among “the giants of Dallas real estate.”
Erin has also become the go-to expert among professional organizations, as well as national and local media groups for her knowledge and articulation regarding the ever-changing trends in high-end residential real estate. Some of the publications and broadcasts where Erin has been featured include The Wall Street Journal, Dallas Morning News, D Magazine, HGTV’s “What You Get for the Money,” Dallas’ “News 8,” “Mansion Monday” (WFAA), and a monthly appearance on WRR 101.1 FM’s “Classic Café.”
Erin can be spotted at many of her favorite charity events; she contributes to many of Dallas’ arts and community efforts. Among them are Crystal Charity Fashion Show, Soup’s On, Dallas Architecture Forum, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas Museum of Art Silver Supper, and the Salvation Army.
Texas Monthly prominently featured Erin in a story about high-end Dallas real estate, and in D CEO: The Most Powerful Dallas 500 Business Leaders, Erin was selected as a Top Residential Real Estate Executive.
Outside of the office, Erin has a passion for fashion. Even Vogue agrees – she was profiled by the magazine and was selected as one of the few Dallasites to attend Chanel’s Metiers d’Art event.