Ebby House Impacting Young Lives

Ebby House Impacting Young Lives


True to its namesake, The Ebby House at Juliette Fowler Communities, is focused on education.


On May 21, 2014, Ebby Halliday Acers, the founder of Ebby Halliday Realtors and our favorite philanthropist, cut a bright yellow ribbon for the dedication ceremony of the newest addition of the Juliette Fowler Communities in Lakewood — a home for young women who have aged out of foster care.


To catch up on how The Ebby House is changing young lives for the better in our community, click here.



PHOTO: Michael Reeves/The Dallas Morning News



East Dallas Is Worth Celebrating

East Dallas is Worth Celebrating


At Ebby Halliday, we’re proud of our deep East Dallas roots and equally proud to be the only real estate company sponsor of “East Dallas Is.” This unique, organic community project recently rolled out a new logo and tagline and we’re happy to help get the word out: East Dallas Is the Lake & Garden District.


If you’re a resident of East Dallas or a fan of this unique part of town, you’re invited to drop by Ebby’s Lakewood/Lake Highlands Office and pick up your free “East Dallas Is” yard sign, which sports the beautiful new Lake & Garden District logo. Ebby’s Lakewood/Lake Highlands Office is conveniently located at 6441 E. Mockingbird Lane at the northeast corner of Mockingbird and Abrams.


Whether you live in East Dallas, are considering moving there, or just admire a community with a lot of spirit and soul, we encourage you to support this eclectic, diverse and beautiful part of North Texas. If you’re just visiting the Lake & Garden District, stay awhile – you’ll be glad you did.



Sherryl Wesson Honored for Service


Sherryl Wesson, sales manager of Ebby’s Lakewood Office, was recently presented the Chairman’s Award by the Greater East Dallas Chamber of Commerce. The award is given annually to a company and/or individual who has made outstanding contributions to the community and the chamber. It was presented by U.S. Congressman Jeb Hensarling.


“It’s such an honor to be recognized for doing something I really love,” Wesson says. “I have been involved with the chamber since the 1980s, and am just as passionate today as I was then about economic development in East Dallas.”


Ms. Wesson currently serves on the chamber’s Board of Directors and is chair of the Economic Development Committee. She was chairman of the board in 1996.


To learn more about Ms. Wesson and Ebby’s Lakewood Office, click here.