Create stand-out listings. THAT is the focus of Angela Downes’ 22-year career as a REALTOR for clients seeking to buy or sell high-end properties. In fact, you may have seen some of her properties on MLS: she loves to personify homes, creating characters that tell their story, assigning song lyrics to the properties’ based on the vibe and feel. In today’s marketing-saturated world, Angela knows that creativity is required for success. She connects each client to distinct and unique spaces by identifying the ideal match for their personal style and taste.
From marketing home lots surrounding polo fields to managing the sale of a brand-new 49-home development, and listing estates from Texas to Maine, Angela brings in-depth expertise to successfully sell many property types. With a focus on luxury real estate, Angela has pioneered what it means to be a REALTOR in today’s marketing-heavy world and delivers creative strategies to genuinely capture buyer attention including mini-films, events, and advertisements across unique channels. She leverages her membership in the Dallas Builders’ Association, the Luxury Marketing Council and the Institute for Luxury Home Marketers to create relationships that benefit her clients.
A native Dallasite, Angela attended the University of North Texas and Southern Methodist University as well as Dallas-based Ursuline Academy. Having lived abroad in Italy and after several years in New England, Angela returned to her Dallas roots where she’s built a deep understanding of the districts and towns across Northern Texas.
Angela is proud of her extensive business and civic affiliations in the community. Her focus on corporate citizenship allows her to better understand the region and also connect with people from all neighborhoods and walks of Dallas life. Angela is actively involved with Preservation Dallas and the Park Cities Preservation and Historical Society.
She is a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist and member of the Institute for Luxury Home Marketing’s “Million Dollar Guild.”