“I value the trust my clients have in me and I work hard to make the home buying or selling process as easy, fun and stress-free as possible.”
Lori Cecil was introduced to the real estate industry more than 30 years ago. She began in commercial real estate at a time when the oil and gas industry was booming and Dallas was a developing city. She made the transition into residential real estate from commercial after spending time raising her two successful sons. The transition has been a rewarding one. With new development and a vastly growing region, Lori’s residential real estate experience in North Texas includes land lots to luxury homes. She is savvy about promoting her listings, coupling traditional strategies with digital marketing.
Lori wants her clients to achieve the best outcome in every transaction. Once they have figured out what school district they want to live in, she helps them navigate the waters while investing in a new home. She helps clients decide whether they want a pre-owned home or choose a new build. The options in North Texas are endless, thanks to an expanding real estate market.
She says, “The work and education pools here are strong and our cost of living and quality of life in this area is very good. Not to mention the accessibility to two major airports.”
As a long-term Collin County resident herself, Lori has an intimate knowledge of this region, raising her sons in Plano. She is very passionate about people and her motto is “to treat others how you wish to be treated.”
Lori also has a vast knowledge of the North Texas non-profit industry and has volunteered with numerous organizations, including the Boys & Girls Clubs, Minnie’s Food Pantry, Frisco Family Services and the Hendrick Scholarship Foundation. For ten years, she was responsible for spearheading the Pro-Am Tennis Competition in Plano, which is one of the largest fundraisers for the Hendrick Scholarship Foundation.
She loves to travel, enjoys spending time with her family and Goldendoodle, Nikki. Lori looks forward to making her home in North Texas your home too.