Susan Baldwin goes to the limit to find answers for her clients. An out-of-the-box thinker, she is decisive, forthcoming, and forceful - with a friendliness that gives you confidence.
Follow-through and problem-solving are typical of Susan. Her naturally calming nature belies her "I'm going to get the deal done" mentality, which she brings to all of her clients and their transactions.
This attitude, along with being detail oriented and numbers savvy, has garnered her great success as well as the title of senior vice president at Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty, where she has been an associate since 2002. From the beginning there, she has partnered with Ginger Nobles, also a senior vice president and a real estate veteran of over 30 years. Their combined talents and experiences make them consistent top producers for the company, and in 2012 they earned the distinction of the top team producers.
A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in accounting, Susan brings to real estate her financial acumen and the experience of working for a prestigious accounting firm. Later graduating from SMU Law School, she practiced law in Dallas for over 10 years.
Susan then moved with her husband and family to Darien, Connecticut, and returned four years later to Dallas. This gave her invaluable knowledge about the vicissitudes of corporate relocation - and about how to smooth the process for her own corporate clients. She and her husband have also renovated and sold several homes, additional experience that she uses in helping clients do the same.
Susan specializes, along with Ginger, in the Park Cities, Bluffview, Preston Hollow and north Dallas neighborhoods, as well as Plano, Frisco, Southlake and surrounding areas. Their partnership has generated sales in all price ranges, from $200,000 to the highest published sale to date in the Metroplex, listed at $22,500,000 in 2007.
Susan is committed to community service and is active in Park Cities schools, the Junior League of Dallas and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. She is on the board of Educational First Steps. She is married to Jim Baldwin, an attorney, and they live in the Park Cities. They have two daughters.