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PaperCity Dallas September 2022

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is paramount not only to the success of a transaction, but to achieving long-term results and satisfaction for my clients. Favorite part of your job. So much! I adore the fact that I learn something new every day, from the challenges of the changing markets to finding ways to exceed my clients' expectations. The key to concierge service in the real estate market. I believe that consistent, open lines of communication ensure the success of every transaction, from first conversations to the handing over of the keys. My comprehensive approach gives my clients the peace of mind they need to trust me — every step of the way. Ways you help people interested in private schools. Two words: experience and time. After living in the private school corridor in Dallas for more than three decades, I have first-hand knowledge about the intricacies of our city's schools and the kind of student that will excel at each institution. My own three children have all had very different educational journeys, and I've been a parent at both public and private schools. I love sharing my insight and experiences gained over the years with my clients, from current residents to relocating families. Your advice if s o m e o n e h a s c h i l d r e n i n multiple schools. Multiple schools within one family are more common than you think! As the saying goes, "It takes a village," and your village will become your c o m m u n i t y o f lifelong friends. Make friends with families at every school you find yourself in. Each is important in its own way! "Is it normal for my kids to be so different?" I am asked this question more times than I can count, and every time, the answer is "Yes!" Don't try to fit a square peg through a round hole. Dallas is home to many of the best schools in the country. Take advantage of the opportunity to find the right fit for each of your children. Don't overthink it, embrace it! We are lucky to have so many wonderful options. How to navigate neighborhoods if you haven't chosen a school first. I always encourage my clients that it's okay to make a few turns along the way. You'll find the perfect school for each of your children, even if it takes a little time. Dallas' private school corridor makes it easy to juggle various schools — a fact I can personally attest to as a mom. The wonderful neighborhoods and proximity to so many of the city's best schools make the area the perfect place to call home. Catherine Cole Allie Beth Allman 214.641.5760 I adore the fact that I learn something new every day, from the challenges of the changing markets to finding ways to exceed my clients' expectations. — Catherine Cole Cooper Cole attended Withers Elementary, graduated St. Mark's School of Texas (2022). He is a College Freshman at William and Mary. Camille Cole attended Good Shepherd, St. Monica, and graduated Booker T. Washington HSPVA (2019). She is currently studying theatre and dance at The University of North Texas. Madeleine Cole attended Good Shepherd, Travis TAG and graduated Ursuline Academy (2016), graduated American University (2020). 195

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