Bill Greenwald

REALTOR

Texas Homes | Dallas/Ft Worth Real Estate

About Bill Greenwald

Bill has been in sales for most of his adult life. Having sold many different products and services, he has found nothing more enjoyable than helping someone sell and or buy a home. Real Estate can be complicated and frustrating so Bill makes it his mission to eliminate that roller coaster ride as much as possible for his clients. Bill has lived and raised his family in the Dallas area for the last 32 years. During this time Bill has gained a wealth of knowledge of the surrounding area and what it has to offer. This knowledge helps him assist his clients in finding their next home or properly positioning their current home for sale. If you want a Realtor working with you and for you at all times, Bill is your guy! Bill doesn’t just stick a sign in the yard and then walk away. He is with you every step of the way, working full time to provide you and your family a professional, fun, and successful experience!

Latest Blog Posts

DFW Home Prices Down 10% From June’s Peak as Market Remains Slow

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Dallas-Fort Worth’s 38% Decline in New Home Construction Is the Largest Since 2009

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Dallas-Fort Worth Sees Its Third Consecutive Month of Home Price Declines

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