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We are Patton International Properties, a boutique brokerage firm specializing in You! With over 50 years of combined real estate experience in DFW, our team of professional Realtors provide exemplary service, a wealth of knowledge and the highest degree of integrity to assist sellers, buyers, and investors.

Our areas of expertise include all types of residential properties, from entry level to luxury homes, farms & ranches, and development opportunities throughout the Collin, Dallas, Denton, and Tarrant County markets.

Experienced in all types of market conditions, our clients appreciate our tireless effort to ensure their interest are served.

We hope you find our site informative and easy to use and don’t forget to call us with any and all of your Real Estate Needs!

"WE ARE FULLY VESTED IN YOUR INTERESTS!"


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The Patton Team



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