Meredith McKee is a Park Cities native and fifth generation Dallasite who has grown up in Dallas real estate. Three generations of the McKee family have greatly impacted residential real estate, construction, and commercial development not only in Dallas but throughout the United States. Meredith is a highly detailed and straight forward individual with a solid reputation of being completely in sync with the wants and needs of the diverse clients she serves. At the same time, her energy is contagious and it is obvious that her passion is not only selling real estate but the design, renovation, and investment aspects as well.
Since 2002, Meredith has been in partnership with Briggs Freeman and specializes in niche areas in and around the Park Cities. Meredith has been on the fore front of marketing trends using her vast knowledge of social media networking as strategic tools in successfully marketing the homes she represents.
July, 2010 - You+Media featured Meredith in a video related to her extensive work in the revitalization of the Bird Streets, now one of the hottest neighborhoods in Dallas.
August, 2009 - The Park Cities People Newspaper blogged about Meredith's investment strategies in transitioning neighborhoods.
March, 2008 - Meredith was featured in an article for Business Week relating to the cost of living in Highland Park.
February, 2007, The New York Times featured Meredith in a national article regarding her expertise in architectural photography and the specialized marketing of luxury residential real estate.
Meredith has strong and deep ties within the community and is actively committed to her involvement and association with The Junior League of Dallas, The State Fair of Texas, the SPCA and the DFW Labrador Rescue. Meredith has worked extensively with special needs students and has also enjoyed teaching ESL to local adult Hispanics. She has a passion for designing and overseeing her own extensive renovation projects, architecture, acquiring contemporary art, and also writes reviews of Dallas's restaurants. Nicknamed Dallas.com, she knows the ins and outs of everything great that Dallas has to offer.