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It’s been a wild ride. Giving maximum effort to everything I do has ensured a great career – and my experience is vast. For over fourteen incredible years, I was a pro basketball player; how many people can say that? I’ve been fortunate but worked hard. I played in the NBA for the Milwaukee Bucks and Memphis Grizzlies. I also played pro ball in Europe as well. I’ve traveled and lived all over the world. In my travels, my interest in real estate grew; I gained a strong appreciation and knowledge for real estate, art, and design – my mother is an accomplished interior designer and my sister, an Emmy award-winning journalist. Fun fact: I am also the great nephew of track-and-field star Jesse Owens, who won four gold medals at the 1936 Berlin Olympics!

Fifteen years ago, and numerous locations later, I landed back in Dallas. I bought a home and completed a full restoration on my own. I spent a lot of my life here, went to school in Texas at UT Austin, studied history, and gave it my all, on the court, in the classroom, and for my community. Now I’m going to give it my all for you.

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I’ve helped hundreds of people find the perfect home – helped buy and sell a vast amount of residential and commercial real estate. Word of mouth has gotten me a lot of my business.

What defines me? Separates me from the rest? For starters, a strong sense of community; I love giving back through various types of service and working with people from all walks of life. I think a chill personality goes a long way in this business, too. I’m not here to rush you anyone. When the time is right, the time is right.

Whether it takes two weeks or two years, I’m here to put you in the perfect place, and I won’t be satisfied with second best. Doing right by your clients requires personal attention, care, and the willingness always to go above and beyond – creating relationships that don’t just end when the sale is made but continue throughout the years.

Looking to buy or sell a property?

Talk to me, Chris Owens 


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