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Experience and Knowledge.

Our agents can assist you throughout your home search, providing their expertise and deep knowledge of the DFW real estate market to help you find a home you love. We've assembled more than 200 talented and experienced agents with a passion for real estate who are ready to serve you.

Your Neighborhood Experts

Join forces with a neighborhood expert. We stay ahead of trends in the real estate industry through our comprehensive, industry-leading training curriculum and research resources. It's what prepares our team to provide you with unparalleled service.

Proven Track Record

We've been named the #1 office in the CENTURY 21 System 18 times and Real Trend's TOP 500 real estate firms in closed transactions more than 15 times. A proud tradition of 45 years of service in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, we are ready to serve you.

Expert Negotiations

We will help you negotiate, so that the final contract includes your best possible terms and conditions. We'll help you navigate through the real estate contract - and available to answer any questions you may have as we go through the process.

Testimonials

We Make Our Customers Happy

First-Time Homebuyers

Corliss Birks was very helpful to my husband and I. She was dedicated to helping us find the perfect home. even spending time with us getting to know us. She knew buying our first home how important it was for us to pick the right one. Corliss was very patient with my husband and I, because of her we have the perfect home. You have been a great and professional REALTOR. You didn't treat us like just any old client, you treated us like good friends, and we thank you and appreciate you so much for that.

- Jonathan and Rondashia

Going Above and Beyond

Working with Juli Bledsoe has been a great experience. Buying a house can be stressful. Juli helps weed out all the junk and helps you stay focused. She has your back. She won't let you get into any shady dealings. She goes way beyond what a normal REALTOR would. When we were having trouble making decision for a custom build she went with us to the design studio and helped us and offered her opinion when we couldn't decide. She goes above and beyond any other Realtor we have ever worked with in the past.

- Kelli and Kenneth

Highly Recommend

I highly recommend Diane Hood as your real estate agent. She has helped us to sell two homes and purchase two homes in a matter of less than 2 years. Diane is very knowledgeable in the industry and answered every question we had. In fact, she is a very honest, patient individual and looks out for your best interest. She will work around your schedule and provide detail analysis of the current market (even when we didn't ask for it). She shared a lot of information with us regarding the current real estate sales/purchases. SHE IS TRULY THE BEST AND AN AMAZING PERSON. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND DIANE.

-Pat D.

High Degree of Professionalism

I want to let you know how fortunate you are to have Gerry Jones representing you. Through the entire process of buying our home she listened to what we were looking for and helped us find it. She offered input, without being pushy. She made herself available for every question that we had and when she couldn't answer a question she made sure to find an answer for us. She did all of this with a great amount of professionalism and a smile! Gerry's fantastic service made our home buying experience much less stressful. I will be recommending her to anyone that is buying or selling a home.

- Cathy

Knowledge and Expertise

Thanks so much for all your help Jesse Garza. There are very few people that are willing to lend a helping hand as well as share their knowledge of the business. You are a very special person.

- La Donna family

Extremely Patient

When I began looking for my first home, I had absolutely no clue what I wanted or what I could afford. Kim Marin was extremely patient, and she wasn't afraid to give me her opinion when we were out looking. I think we probably looked for about 2 months. The end result is that I am now the owner of a condominium that is absolutely perfect for me. I would highly recommend Kim to my friends, and in fact, I already have. If you're looking for someone that won't pressure you into buying until you find something you are completely comfortable with, Kim is an excellent choice.

- Haley W.

Above and Beyond the Call of Duty

I would like to tell you how much we appreciate the kindness of your company and it's employees. Brian Mattingly was a blessing to us and someone who really cared about our feelings. He went above and beyond the call of duty in selling our home and also in closing the deal on our dream home. If we ever choose to sell and buy again, Brian will be the agent we contact.


True Professional

Having consulted with other real estate agents, it was a unique experience to find a true Professional REALTOR who cared about my needs. Dolly Hingst is a True Professional. She gets the job done with the greatest of ease, and a spirit of concern for her customers/clients as well as her profession.

- Young Family

Definitely Recommend

I've been through many REALTORS. Some where young, some were inexperienced, and some just didn't care (or, at least , that's what it seemed like). Everyone recommended someone or had different ideas as to what my next step should be, but I did my research and Sue Harvey-Morris just seemed like the perfect person. Others gave up on me but not Sue. Sue hung in there with me! Her quote, "My Promise is to ALWAYS put YOUR NEEDS before my own." is really true. I can see why she is so successful. Sue did what I was beginning to think was impossible. Sue is AWESOME at what she does. I will DEFINITELY recommend Sue to my friends.

- Maribel Cuellar

Exceeded Our Expectations

For the last five years, my wife and I have had Connie Carey's name in our file as the REALTOR® we would use when the time came to sell our house and buy another one. We had done our homework three years before and had simply been watching her. We listed our house and told her exactly what needs and expectations we had in a new, larger home. Both properties closed on the same day. It just goes to show that when you do your homework, it pays off, that is, if your homework leads to Connie Carey.

- The Gwin family

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Focused, Dedicated and Determined

In mid-February, we decided to search for a new home. When calling your office, we were connected to Toni Shiffer. From the start, she was professional, extremely friendly and eager to help us. As you know, selling one house and buying another simultaneously can be rather stressful at best. Well, not for us. Toni stepped up and made things happen. She came over every evening to guide us through the process and basically held our hands from beginning to end. Quite honestly, neither of us have ever met a person who is so focused, dedicated and determined.

- Stephani and Brian Hawkins

About Us

Named #1 in the World 18 Times

The Bowman Difference in Real Estate

We are a full service real estate firm consisting of a group of talented individuals ready to assist you whether you are buying or selling a home. Let us make your home buying or selling transaction as stress-free as possible.

That is why when you choose a professional from CENTURY 21 Mike Bowman, Inc., to represent you, we make these four commitments to you. We commit to:


  • Listening to your wants and needs and making them a priority.
  • Always communicating with you through the entire real estate process.
  • Being your advocate when negotiating the transaction.
  • Providing the results you expect when buying or selling a home
  • We are well connected in the DFW metroplex and are the Official Real Estate Company of the NBA Dallas Mavericks.
  • We are also the Official Real Estate Company of the Development NBA League Texas Legends.
  • We are also the Official Real Estate Company of the Texas Revolution (arena football).

These are just some of the many reasons why families choose CENTURY 21 Mike Bowman, Inc. to help sell their home. Maybe that is why CENTURY 21 Mike Bowman, Inc.'s office has sold more homes the last 45 years in Tarrant County than any other office. Experience, service, knowledge, and tradition. Mike Bowman began his Real Estate career in 1969, opened his first office in 1971, and joined the CENTURY 21 System in 1975. Mike being a visionary believed that the principles leading to success such as innovation, networking, technology driven production, and attention to the market place would work well in building a successful real estate organization. CENTURY 21 Mike Bowman, Inc. is among the top 500 Real Estate companies out of over 100,000 companies in North America as measured in both sales and transaction volume as issued in the 2015 Power Broker Magazine.

Contact us today to sell your home or a free, no obligation home market analysis: (800) 433-4003

Our Offices

Our headquarters are centrally located in the DFW metroplex in Grapevine. This convenient and comfortable state-of-the-art facility includes offices and training areas for more than 200 agents and staff. Our Southlake Relocation Center is located in the award-winning Southlake Town Square.

Homebuying Advice

BUYING A HOME: Looking for a Home

Before deciding which house to buy, consider your lifestyle, current and anticipated housing needs and budget. It’s a good idea to create a prioritized list of features you want in your new home; you'll quickly discover finding the right house involves striking a balance between your "must-haves" and your "nice-to-haves."

If you love to cook, you'll appreciate a well-equipped kitchen. If you're into gardening, you'll want a yard. If a home office is a must, you’ll need a room that will provide you adequate work space. If you have several cars, you may require a larger garage. Use this list as your search guide.

Next, think about what you might need in the future, and how long you are likely to live in this particular home. If you're newly married, you might not be concerned with a school district right now, but you could be in a few years. If you have aging parents, you may want to look at homes that offer living arrangements that could accommodate them as well.

It’s important to think about your new home’s location just as carefully as its features. In addition to considering the distance to work, evaluate what matters to you in terms of services, convenience and accessibility, such as shopping, police and fire protection, medical facilities, school and daycare, traffic and parking, trash and garbage collection, even recreational facilities.

Be sure to talk to your real estate professional about where you want to live and what’s most important to you. While buyers frequently use the Internet to gain access to listings or available properties for sale, an agent brings value to the entire home buying process. He or she is available to analyze data, answer questions, share their professional expertise, and handle all the paperwork and legwork that is involved in any real estate transaction. CENTURY 21® professionals can help their clients narrow their choices by sharing market trends and local information.

TIP: It’s also important to consider the type of home that suits you best. Is it a condominium or a co-op? A townhouse or detached single-family home? Do you want brick, stone, stucco, wood, vinyl siding, or something else? Do you prefer a new home or an older one?

Now that you know what you're looking for, the next step is figuring out what type of home you can afford.

A review of your income, savings, monthly expenses and debt will be necessary. Early in the process, you'll want to get pre-qualified for a mortgage loan. It enables you to move swiftly when you find the right home, especially when there are other interested buyers. It also indicates to the seller that you are serious and can afford to buy the property. A pre-approval is a simple calculation done by a mortgage lender that tells you the amount you'll be able to finance through a loan and what your monthly payment will be.

The price you can afford to pay for a home will depend on several factors, such as:

Gross income
The funds you have available for the down payment, closing costs and cash reserves required by the lender
Your debt
Your credit history
The type of mortgage you select
Current interest rates

Another figure that lenders use to evaluate how much you can afford is the housing expense-to-income ratio. It is determined by calculating your projected monthly housing expense, which consists of the principal and interest payment, property tax payments and insurance premiums on your new home loan (also known as PITI). Each buyer is unique, and a mortgage professional can help you find out just what you can afford. Your income and debts will typically play the biggest roles in determining your price range. It's simple to make an estimate – just run the numbers for yourself using our Affordability Calculator.

When you buy a home, you're investing in a community. You'll spend a significant amount of time and money supporting the schools, community organizations and commercial centers in the area. Before you make the final decision, take a good look at the location and make sure it fits your lifestyle. For example:

Evaluate the property’s proximity to other important locations in your life. How long will your commute time be? Is there a hospital or doctor's office nearby? What about schools, childcare, shopping, family and friends?

Consider all of your transportation options. A new home could lend itself to public transportation options or carpooling. Depending on the type of community, you may be able to find alternative methods of transportation. Take the time to drive from the new home to your commuting destinations, to get a sense of what your daily life will be like.

Make sure you feel comfortable in the area. Drive around the neighborhood at different times of the day and night on multiple days of the week to observe activity and noise levels. An educated buyer is a happy one!

CENTURY 21® real estate professionals are a tremendous resource. Ask your agent for a list of schools, shopping centers, parks or other amenities that are important to you. Buying a new home is about more than the structure and property. It's about your new lifestyle as well.

TIP: Visit and understand the school district. Even if you don't have children in the school system now, you may some day. The district reputation could positively or negatively impact the selling price of your future home as well.

Buying a new home and selling an existing home at the same time has its own set of challenges. With knowledgeable planning, you can ensure everything goes smoothly.

Before putting your house on the market or committing to buying a new one, take a look at the prices of houses in the areas where you'll be selling and buying. You'll need a realistic idea of sales prices for similar houses, so you can assess both your buying and selling position.

What if you're unable to time the sale of one house with the purchase of another? You may own no houses for a time, in which case you'll need money in the bank and a temporary place to live. Or, you may own two houses at once. That's why it's important to have a backup plan. Here are some options to consider:

Research short-term rental and storage options (family, friends, storage facilities, containers).

Bridge financing (a short-term loan) for the down payment on a new home backed by the equity in your old house.

Buying a home is one of the most important decisions you will make. That's why it's in your best interest to choose an experienced real estate agent who listens to and understands your needs, and has detailed knowledge of the area in which you want to want to live.

When you choose a CENTURY 21® agent, you're dealing with a professional who understands your concerns and will provide you with the personalized service that makes all the difference.

What should you expect in your first meeting with a real estate agent? A CENTURY 21 Agent will typically talk to you about the neighborhood where you want to live, home prices, schools, transportation, and the surrounding commercial and residential areas. They can also address the pros and cons of using a buyer's agent versus a sales or dual agent.

When you're ready to visit houses, ask your CENTURY 21® Agent to help you with:

Arranging showings

Tracking the properties you've seen

Identifying homes that meet your criteria and keep track of your "what's right for you" list

TIP: After touring each home, write down what you liked and didn't like. Your CENTURY 21® Agent can help you develop a rating system to narrow the field. For example, pick the house you like best on day one and compare all other houses to it. When you find a better one, use the new favorite as your standard.

Now that you know what you're looking for, the next step is figuring out what type of home you can afford.

A review of your income, savings, monthly expenses and debt will be necessary. Early in the process, you'll want to get pre-qualified for a mortgage loan. It enables you to move swiftly when you find the right home, especially when there are other interested buyers. It also indicates to the seller that you are serious and can afford to buy the property. A pre-approval is a simple calculation done by a mortgage lender that tells you the amount you'll be able to finance through a loan and what your monthly payment will be.

BUYING A HOME: PROCESS

Once you’ve found your ideal house, it’s time to get started with the financial and contractual side of the purchase. Let your CENTURY 21® professional guide you through this process. Purchase contracts vary in length and terms from state to state, and sometimes within a state.

Multiple offers on the same home are not uncommon, so you may only get one chance to make an offer that the seller will consider. That's why it's important to think carefully about your strategy. In most cases it is better to have your real estate professional present the offer. If you have any personal interaction with the homeowner, avoid sharing any information about your move, your current housing status, financial status or your feelings about their property - positive or negative. This could work against you in future negotiations.

TIP: You and the seller have different goals, so it’s important to consult with your CENTURY 21® Agent. He or she can bring order to the process, and will know what questions to ask to help you reach a desirable outcome.

Your CENTURY 21® real estate professional can help you find out what other homes have sold for in the area, and how much money you might have to put into repairs or renovations. These considerations should be a factor along with the amount you're comfortable spending.

In addition to sale prices of other comparable homes, there are several ways you can come up with a winning bid. For example:

The condition of the house. Is the home in move-in condition, in need of paint and other cosmetic improvements, or a fixer-upper that needs real work?

The market. If you are in a buyer's market — where there are more homes for sale than there are people to buy them — prices are probably stable or falling. If you are in a seller's market — where there are more buyers looking for homes than there are homes for sale — prices are probably moving upward.

Your ceiling. If you have a credit pre-approval, you know how much you can borrow for your home purchase. Of course, you may not be comfortable paying as much as you've been approved to borrow, so think carefully about your financial situation before making an offer.

Next, decide how much you are willing to pay for a home. Remember, the advertised price of a house is just a starting point – it may take quite a bit of negotiating to arrive at a final cost.

TIP: The value or disadvantage of certain features can help or hurt resale. In some areas, a swimming pool actually detracts from a home's value, and makes it harder to sell. In neighborhoods with two-car, attached garages, a single-car or detached garage may affect the home sale and future value.



Looking to buy home through a lease option? Learn about lease options here, or contact a CENTURY 21® Agent for complete support.

A lease option is an arrangement between the buyer and the seller to purchase a house after renting it for a specific period of time. A portion of the rent would be applied toward the purchase if the option is exercised. This is referred to as rent credit. Most institutional lenders will accept rent credit as part of the down payment, if rental payments exceed the market rent and if a valid lease-purchase agreement is in effect. A copy of the valid lease-purchase agreement must be attached to the loan application. Read any lease option arrangement carefully for details about transferring the option and other important concerns.

TIP: For information on lease options, contact your CENTURY 21® Agent.



Though most buyers don't buy a home with all cash, anyone considering such a move may be wondering how it’s done. Because all cash buyers sidestep the time-consuming loan qualification process, the deal can close very quickly. The primary advantage of buying a home with cash is completely avoiding mortgage interest. Buyers also save money that would be spent on loan origination fees, required appraisal, some closing costs and various other charges imposed by the lender.

TIP: Take a look at other investments that are doing well, and determine if spending cash on a home is your best investment option.

BUYING A HOME: BEYOND CLOSING

Congratulations! You've made an offer, and reviewed all the documents the seller has provided regarding the condition of the home.

But, one important step before you finalize your real estate offer could help you avoid costly home buying mistakes.


Protecting your new home with insurance is a must. How well you do that depends on the details of your policy. And while you are not required by law to have homeowners' insurance, mortgage lenders require that you do. A standard policy will suffice in most instances.

It protects against several natural disasters and catastrophic events. However, it will not guard against earthquakes, floods, war and nuclear accidents. The policy can be expanded to include these disasters as well as coverage for such things as workers' compensation. In fact, the lender may require that you purchase flood or earthquake insurance if the house is in a flood zone or a region susceptible to earthquakes.

Closing can also be referred to as settlement or escrow. Your CENTURY 21® Agent will guide you through the closing process, since local/state laws vary.

In general, ownership of the home is officially transferred from the seller at the closing meeting. Most of the people involved with the purchase of your home will attend your loan closing.

In advance, a title company is usually hired to conduct a search for any recorded documents that affect the deed to the property. Examples include easements, liens, tax assessments, covenants, conditions and restrictions, and homeowner association bylaws. The buyer and lender must approve the preliminary title report prior to closing.

Once the conditions of sale have been met and the preliminary title report has been approved, all parties will agree to sign closing documents. The preliminary title report then becomes the final title report, on which any applicable title insurance is based.

If everyone agrees that the papers are in order, the buyer submits payment to cover the closing. If the lender will be paying your annual property taxes and homeowners' insurance for you, a new escrow account (or reserve) is established at this point.

Finally (and here’s the best part) you receive the keys to your new home!

TIP: After the documents have been signed, notarized copies will be forwarded to the lender, funds will be released, and the sale will be recorded at the local recorder's office. This legal transfer of the property may take a few days. It is at the point of deed recordation that you become the official owner of the home.

6 to 8 weeks prior:

Purchase or rent moving supplies: tape, markers, scissors, pocketknife, newspaper, blankets, moving pads, plastic storage bins, rope and a hand truck. Free boxes can usually be obtained at a local supermarket, but consider purchasing wardrobe boxes for clothes.
Have a garage sale to clear out unwanted items and plan accordingly. Consider donating unwanted items.
Keep a detailed record of all moving expenses. Your costs (and donations) may be tax deductible depending on the reasons for your move.

2 weeks prior:

Hire a reputable mover or rent a moving truck. Be sure to get referrals or references, check with the Better Business Bureau, get estimates and purchase moving insurance.
Two weeks before moving day, contact your telephone, electric, gas, cable/satellite, refuse and water companies to set a specific date when service will be discontinued. Contact utilities companies in your new town about service start dates, including Internet and telephone services.
Notify healthcare professionals (doctors, dentists, veterinarians) of your move and ask for referrals and record transfers.
Register children for school and ask for school records to be transferred.
Notify lawn service, cleaning and security companies when service should be terminated.
Advise the post office, publications and correspondents of change of address and date of move.
Check your homeowners’ insurance and make arrangements for new coverage.

Moving day:

Have tools handy for breaking down beds and appliances.
Give every room a final once over. Don't forget to check the basement, yards, attic, garage and closets.
Have the final payment for the movers and money for a tip.
Don't forget to check in with your local CENTURY 21® Agent – he or she may be able to provide useful local advice and/or referrals.

TIP: Move valuables (jewelry, legal documents, family photos and collections) yourself – don't send them with the moving company. Make sure you have a complete home inventory of all your possessions.

Buying a Home: How to Get Started

4 Steps to Help You in Your Home Search

  • Step 1: What Home is Right For You?

    Before deciding which house to buy, consider your lifestyle, current and anticipated housing needs and budget.

    It's a good idea to create a prioritized list of features you want in your new home; you'll quickly discover finding the right house involves striking a balance between your "must-haves" and your "nice-to-haves."

    If you love to cook, you'll appreciate a well-equipped kitchen. If you're into gardening, you'll want a yard.

    If a home office is a must, you'll need a room that will provide you adequate work space. If you have several cars, you may require a larger garage. Use this list as your search guide.

    Next, think about what you might need in the future, and how long you are likely to live in this particular home.

    If you're newly married, you might not be concerned with a school district right now, but you could be in a few years.

    If you have aging parents, you may want to look at homes that offer living arrangements that could accommodate them as well.

    It's important to think about your new home's location just as carefully as its features. In addition to considering the distance to work, evaluate what matters to you in terms of services, convenience and accessibility, such as shopping, police and fire protection, medical facilities, school and daycare, traffic and parking, trash and garbage collection, even recreational facilities.

    Be sure to talk to your real estate professional about where you want to live and what's most important to you.

    While buyers frequently use the Internet to gain access to listings or available properties for sale, an agent brings value to the entire home buying process. He or she is available to analyze data, answer questions, share their professional expertise, and handle all the paperwork and legwork that is involved in any real estate transaction. Our CENTURY 21 Mike Bowman real estate professionals can help you narrow your choices by sharing market trends and local information.

    TIP: It's also important to consider the type of home that suits you best. Is it a condominium or a co-op? A townhouse or detached single-family home? Do you want brick, stone, stucco, wood, vinyl siding, or something else? Do you prefer a new home or an older one?

    Questions? Our CENTURY 21 Mike Bowman real estate professionals are ready to assist you.

  • Step 2: How Much Can You Afford?

    Now that you know what you're looking for, the next step is figuring out what type of home you can afford. A review of your income, savings, monthly expenses and debt will be necessary.

    Early in the process, you'll want to get pre-qualified for a mortgage loan. It enables you to move swiftly when you find the right home, especially when there are other interested buyers. It also indicates to the seller that you are serious and can afford to buy the property.

    A pre-approval is a simple calculation done by a mortgage lender that tells you the amount you'll be able to finance through a loan and what your monthly payment will be. Our on-site mortgage lender Supreme Lending can help you through this process.

    The price you can afford to pay for a home will depend on several factors, such as:
    Gross income
    The funds you have available for the down payment, closing costs and cash reserves required by the lender
    Your debt
    Your credit history
    The type of mortgage you select
    Current interest rates

    Another figure that lenders use to evaluate how much you can afford is the housing expense-to-income ratio. It is determined by calculating your projected monthly housing expense, which consists of the principal and interest payment, property tax payments and insurance premiums on your new home loan (also known as PITI).

    Each buyer is unique, and a mortgage professional can help you find out just what you can afford. Your income and debts will typically play the biggest roles in determining your price range.

    It's simple to make an estimate just run the numbers for yourself using our MORTGAGE CALCULATOR.

  • Step 3: Already Have a Home?

    Buying a new home and selling an existing home at the same time has its own set of challenges. With knowledgeable planning, you can ensure everything goes smoothly. Before putting your house on the market or committing to buying a new one, take a look at the prices of houses in the areas where you'll be selling and buying. You'll need a realistic idea of sales prices for similar houses, so you can assess both your buying and selling position. What if you're unable to time the sale of one house with the purchase of another? You may own no houses for a time, in which case you'll need money in the bank and a temporary place to live. Or, you may own two houses at once.Buying a second home isn't all that different from buying a first home.

    Affording it usually depends on your ability to qualify for a mortgage on the second home. Benefits include a getaway for the family on vacations or holidays, a future retirement home, or renters making your mortgage payments for you. Keep in mind that if you declare it as a rental, your mortgage might be slightly higher and your down payment requirements higher than a standard mortgage.

    Work with your lender to create a customized loan program with the best combination of rate, points, and closing costs to meet your needs. TIP: A second home can be a good investment.

    To make the most of the opportunity, be sure you factor in sources for your down payment and monthly expenses (including the costs of maintaining the property).

    Questions? Our CENTURY 21 Mike Bowman real estate professionals are ready to assist you.

  • Step 4: Get a REALTOR®

    Our CENTURY 21 Mike Bowman real estate professionals are a tremendous resource. Once you find a REALTOR, they will provide you with information detailing current market conditions, financing options and negotiating issues that might apply to a given situation. Ask your agent for a list of schools, shopping centers, parks or other amenities that are important to you. Buying a new home is about more than the structure and property. It's about your new lifestyle as well.

Dianne Vanderweel
Customer Service

Let Us Help You Find a Home Free Home Warranty Offer

If you want to learn more about how we can help sell your home, contact us and we will get in touch with you shortly. Looking for a Home? Let us help you find the home that fits your lifestyle and needs. Ask me about our FREE home warranty offer* when you purchase a home through CENTURY 21 Mike Bowman, Inc.

Contact Dianne Today: (800) 433-4003




Management and Staff Ready to Assist You



Mike Bowman

Broker/Owner, President: Available onsite with over 45 years of experience to help in each individual's development and to make quick decisions so you are not delayed

Dave Bowman

Chief Operating Officer: Responsible for agent production, training, and recruiting, 28 years experience with the company

Jeane Dees

Senior Vice President of Agent Production: 32 years experience with the company

Wayne Hinson

Manager of the Property Management and Leasing Department: 25 years experience with the company

Tina Jacobsen

Vice President of Training and Recruiting: 9 years experience with the company

Jewel Johnson

Recruiting Manager: 2 years experience with the company

Linda Peterson

Agent Trainer: 22 years experience with the company

Dianne VanderWeel

Manager of Customer Service, Leads Management: Responsible for customer relations, agent marketing tools including flyers, postcards and listing presentations. 18 years experience with the company.

Cathy Ashlock, CRP

Relocation Director: CRP with over 20 years of relocation experience and 2 years with the company.

Mike Hirrlinger, CRP

Manager of Business Development and Senior Living Department: 10 years of experience with the company.

Raymond Losey

Facilities Manager: Managing copy machines, printers, supplies and agent assistant. 23 years of expeirence with the company.

Barbara Schultz

Accounting Manager: Oversees all accounting for lease management owner shares and commission and income generated by agents. 18 years of experience with the company.

Kim Tushim

Assistant to the President: 4 years experience with the company.

Jesse Garza

HUD Listing Coordinator: Oversees all HUD foreclosure listings that are listed by CENTURY 21 Mike Bowman, Inc. 23 years of experience with the company.

Katy Gratzke

Agent MLS Coordinator: 22 years of experience with the company

Cindy Bowman

Agent MLS Coordinator: 25 years of experience with the company

Nancy Brown

Front Desk Supervisor of Receptionists, Feedback and Showing Appointment Coordinators: 24 years of experience with the company.

Hope Burchfield

Receptionist, Showing Appointments: 9 years of experience with the company.

Michael Owens

IT Director: 16 years of experience with the company

Preston Hagar

Software Engineer: 10 years of experience with the company

John Garrett

System Administrator: 1 year experience with the company


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