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2106 East State Highway 114 Ste101 , Southlake - TX 76092
Office: 1-817-328-1162

About Nicole Mickens & April Crockett

I graduated from the University of North Texas with a BBA in Marketing. I bring many years of experience of marketing prior to my real estate career. I've lived in the Southlake/Westlake area for over 13 years with my husband and our four children. One daughter is attending SMU and three children in Southlake Carroll Schools. We've been members of Gateway Church in Southlake for 7 years where I serve as an usher. I'm a member of the Vaquero Ladies Golf Association and play golf when I can find the time because the sport is my first love. However, tennis is what gives me the cardio I need and I enjoy the friendly competition. My oldest son and I serve in Young Mens Service League where we volunteer our time together giving back to others in need. I strongly believe in serving others. We never know what tomorrow may bring so we have to constantly die to our own selfish desires. This is something that I personally instill in all of my children. The reward from helping others is priceless because you can never remove a memory of a feeling. It goes deep and a long ways. I enjoy the process and seek countless opportunities. In my love helping others, I found real estate to be the perfect avenue to use my marketing, negotiating, selling, communication, and personable skills. I offer unsurpassed personalized service. I'm your real estate concierge by being there for my clients in every step of the process and after closing. I'm always placing myself in my client's situation. It's as big of a priority to me as it is to them. I can relate to any and every situation because being blessed with a caring heart for others. We live in times where clients can be numbers but I always view my clients as myself and they become friends for life!!! Many say that they don't know how I successfully manage all that I do and I know the passion to help drives me and God gives me the strength and ability. 

Client Type: Home Buyers, Home SellersProperty Type: Single Family Home, Condo/Townhome, Residential RentalSpecialty: Residential sales, Luxury homes, First time home buyersLanguages: EnglishSkills: negotiation,communication,computer,marketingAwards: Home Run Award, Highest Dollar in listings as an Individual Interests: Tennis, Golf and Family Time

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