Beth Johnson, REALTOR®
LEED AP, EcoBroker Certified™,
I’m scheduled to appear at the following events and would love to have
you or any of your friends, co-workers or family join me!
Call me if your organization would like me to do a presentation on green building, green renovation, or real estate.
SPECIAL NOTICE -- one of the best values available in Sachse! For information (and potential sneak peek) about this not-yet-on-market listing, call Beth Johnson, 214.415.5089. 1422 square feet, 3-BR, 2-bath, 2-car garage, built 1991, one-story, in Hunters Ridge subdivision just east of Sachse High School. Tentative list price $225K.
SPECIAL NOTICE – largest available one-story and largest available lot in popular, high-amenity Hidden Creek subdivision in Royse City! For information call Beth Johnson, 214.415.5089. 2418 square feet, 4-BR, 2-bath, 2-car garage, built 2005. Extra long parking pad for RV beside house, storage/workshed in back, storm cellar! $259,900
"OPEN LOT" EVENT, REAL ESTATE Q&A
WHEN: To be determined, February 2019
WHERE: Inspiration community adjacent to west shore of Lake Lavon, less than 9 mi. east of Central Expressway/Hwy. 75 in Collin County. From US 75 in Plano, go E on Parker Rd about 9 mi, to Inspiration entrance on left at helix sculpture, ponds. Follow Inspiration Blvd to roundabout just past under-construction Club Inspiration. Stop for info and refreshments at my welcome table at the roundabout.
DETAILS ABOUT EVENT: Here’s your chance to be among the first to see 29 exclusive homesites now available for CUSTOM builds -- 12 with lake views at Lake Lavon shoreline greenbelt -- at award-winning “Inspiration!” Offered by Beth Johnson, REALTOR®, Keller Williams Realty Dallas Preston Road. Whether you’re actively looking to buy or sell, want expert info about North Texas residential construction and real estate market, or just want to say hi and enjoy some refreshments, everyone is welcome! I look forward to meeting you, showing/discussing:
ABOUT THE HOST: Beth Johnson is a veteran REALTOR® with Keller Williams Realty Dallas Preston Road, #1 producing real estate office in the Metroplex. A native North Texan, she has lived and worked in the Metroplex for decades and is the first REALTOR® on the planet to earn the “Quadruple Crown” of green building credentials. In 1982 she led the first women’s expedition in muscle-powered craft down Canada’s and Alaska’s Yukon River—a 76-day, 2000-mile canoe trip by four Texas women -- and authored Yukon Wild: The Adventures of Four Women Who Paddled 2,000 Miles through America’s Last Frontier.
EDUCATIONAL OPEN HOUSE/GREEN BUILDING TOUR/Q&A
WHEN: To be determined, February 2019
WHERE: 6538 Trammel Dr., Dallas, TX 75214 (near White Rock Lake) – new home for sale, built by James Andrews Custom Homes. Third-party rated to require less than half the operating energy than if built to 2006 energy code. Offered by Matt Mitchell, REALTOR®, Gilchrist & Company.
DETAILS ABOUT EVENT: Whether you’re actively looking to buy or sell or just want expert info or maybe decorating ideas, everyone is welcome! As your open house host/tour-guide, I look forward to meeting you, showing/discussing:
ABOUT THE HOST: Dallas’ own Beth Johnson is the first
REALTOR® on the planet to earn the “Quadruple Crown” of green building
credentials from U.S. Green Building Council (LEED AP), EcoBroker
certification, National Association of Home Builders (Certified Green
Professional), Natl. Assoc. of REALTORS (GREEN designation). A veteran
REALTOR with Keller Williams Realty, she was North Texas’ first full-time
REALTOR to specialize in green building and was a founding member and
director of the Home Builders Association’s Green Built Texas Council and
construction protocol. A native North Texan who has lived and worked in
the Metroplex for decades, she became a REALTOR to specialize in green
building following a 29-year professional career with Texas and national
environmental advocacy organizations. She also does residential green
building consulting for new construction, renovation, remodeling. In 1982
she led the first women’s expedition in muscle-powered craft down Canada’s
and Alaska’s Yukon River—a 76-day, 2000-mile canoe trip by four Texas
women -- and authored Yukon Wild: The Adventures of Four Women Who Paddled
2,000 Miles through America’s Last Frontier.