You may not know it to look at him. He doesn’t wear a Pilgram’s hat. Nor does he carry a musket or play with rocks (per se) but McKinney’s Randy Wilson can still track his roots all the way back to the Mayflower, which is pretty darn cool.
When not dabbling in Genealogy, Wilson is doing a different kind of digging. He recently achieved the title of Collin County Master Gardener Intern. The why is simple… he loves the dirt (again with the rocks)!
Finally, when Wilson got tired of being what he refers to as a “typical real estate agent”, he started his own business and decided to charge his customers a flat fee rather than the customary 3% selling fee. As you might imagine this limited the number of Thanksgiving feast invites he now receives from the “typical agents”.
Come listen in as Randy Wilson shares his journey.
To learn more about Randy’s unique approach to home sales give him a call or visit his website.
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Stuart J. Pearlman is a Marketing and Communications Consultant living in McKinney. His video column, Stuart J’s Lens can be seen weekly on TownSquareBuzz.com. Follow Stuart of Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest.