Location6301 Gaston Ave., Ste. 125
Dallas, TX 75214 | Get Directions
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Keith Yonick is a simple boy with East Texas roots on his mother's side of the family in Longview, Texas. His family moved to Buckner Terrace in 1982. Raised in Dallas, Keith has seen the area grow rapidly & has lived in some fine Dallas neighborhoods. His first home was located on Live Oak in the Lakewood area of Dallas. He also lived on Monticello Avenue in the M Streets area of Dallas. For the last fifteen years, he has lived in Oak Lawn. Keith has been licensed in real estate since 1990. He left Dallas to attend college & received a bachelor's degree in Interior Design with ASID accreditation in May 1992. After college, Keith worked as a designer in the Lake Ridge development in Cedar Hill for a large residential homebuilder from 1992 to 1996. He left the design industry in 1997 to work as an on-site relocation consultant & asset manager. As an asset manager, he was extensively exposed to international business relocation policies & negotiations. In 2004, he left & has been selling real estate full time ever since.
Keith proudly states his license says Texas. He brings over eleven years of sales & consulting experience to Coldwell Banker Residential. Keith includes professional staging as part of his business model & is convinced that staging can often be key in selling a home. His area of specialty includes Buckner Terrace, Everglade Park, Bryan Place & East Dallas, with a high concentration of selling homes on Garrett Avenue, Bennett Avenue, Jensen Court, Ross & Miller Avenues. The Oak Lawn markets include Holland Avenue, Gilbert Avenue, Bowser Avenue, Herschel & Oak Lawn Heights. Keith is very familiar with the Eastern Dallas Suburban markets as well, including The Enclave at Wyrick Estates, The Enclave at White Rock, The Enclave at Grove Hill & Wood Creek. Keith says "I owe my success to my mother & father. My parents were married for 47 years & my mother would work Bingo weekly for reduced rate tuition so I could get a fine private school education". Keith's late father was an engineer with the same company for over 47 years, while his mother worked as a teacher's assistant in Mesquite.