Troy Olson is one of the most recognizable real estate professionals in the DFW Metroplex. After a successful career in sales and real estate in the Western United States, Troy relocated to Texas and joined one of the largest and most successful real estate companies in Texas – CENTURY 21 Judge Fite Company, The Official Real Estate Company of the Dallas Cowboys. He has focused his real estate practice on the growing Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, and during this time, he has helped his many clients buy, sell, and lease their dream homes. Troy’s dedication to his clients is second to none, and they routinely refer him to their friends and family – a testament to their satisfaction. Troy is a consistent multi-year award-winning top producer at Century 21 including CENTURION, President’s Producer, Masters, and Quality Service Producer.
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The Troy Olson Team was extremely helpful throughout our entire buying & selling process, specifically Julie. Julie was with us every step of the way and was super dependable and reliable. Julie understands what her Client’s needs and wants are and is able to adapt accordingly! Would definitely recommend for anyone looking to buy/sell!
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! Troy’s team is AMAZING! They were refered to me by multiple people and I have had no complaints. They are very responsive and knowledgeable about what they do. Julie was with me every step of the way as I purchased my first home and I’m so thankful for her! I’ll definitely use them again in the future and refer them everyone I can.
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