Jean Bateman has worked most of her career positioning herself as a professional real estate agent. Known for her high energy, enthusiasm and creativity, she has earned Top Producer accolades and was named a Five Star Professional as seen in the May 2013 issue of Texas Monthly.
Graduating from The University of Texas, Austin with a Bachelor of Journalism and double concentration in advertising and art, Jean has continuously utilized her degree throughout her career inspiring her creativity and promotional talents. With this background, Jean can pull from her experience to promote your property in this highly competitive market.
With seven years of award-winning sales experience in the real estate department at The Dallas Times Herald, she distinguished herself as one of the top lineage producers in the United States. Jean won outstanding sales person multiple times, as well as, the McSam Award presented by The Dallas Home and Apartment Builders Association. Additionally, she was promoted to be the first woman real estate sales manager at The Dallas Times Herald. Jean's buyers and sellers have expressed how her construction knowledge has been beneficial, as a result of her love of architecture. She has remodeled four homes and designed and oversaw the construction of two new homes.
Jean has been blessed to live 38 years in University Park, where she has been afforded the opportunity and experience of volunteerism and fundraising. During this time she and her husband of 39 years, Walker Bateman, raised three children; Jessica Bateman Pulliam, Jacquelyn Bateman Woldert and Walker Bateman V. Her professional, family, volunteer and fundraising opportunities enabled her to develop numerous friendships, business contacts and a deep network contributing to her real estate success. When you entrust selling or buying your home to Jean, she commits her high energy, creativity, wide referral network and her utmost integrity.
Fundraising and Volunteerism:
Honorary Co-Chair Multiple Sclerosis Luncheon in 2012
Highland Park Independent School District
Co-chaired Junior Senior Prom
1991-1992 Strategic Planning Committee (drafted communications proposal)
Highland Belles Drill Team Parent's Association President
Hours of service to bond and school board elections
Parents Cheerleading Board
Dallas Symphony Orchestra League
Co-chaired Junior Symphony Ball (Raised $60,000 and entertained 2,000 area students)
Public relations chair
Fundraising for the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Hall
Walk on the Wild Side (fundraising and committee work)
Junior League of Dallas
Women's Auxiliary to Children's Medical Center
Friends of the University Park Public Library
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Member La Fiesta de las Seis Banderas