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“Having the opportunity to help my clients achieve their dreams and build wealth through real estate is very rewarding and a responsibility that I do not take lightly. I want to use my experience and expertise to build relationships that last.”
As a real estate professional with Coldwell Banker Global Luxury, Ed Murchison serves his clients with more than 20 years of sales, marketing and project management experience and a lifetime passion for architecture and design.
“A career in real estate brings together all of the things that are most important to Ed Murchison,” says Linda Callicutt, branch manager of the Park Cities Coldwell Banker location. “His passion for properties, particularly the architecturally significant, his enthusiasm for helping others, and his desire to give back to the community.”
A long-time Dallas resident, Ed previously lived in Kessler Park in a mid-century modern house designed by well-known local architect, Herschel Fisher. He currently lives in a classic Mid-century Modern home desiged by Howard Scott Dean. An active member of Preservation Dallas, and is a member of the Preservation Dallas Modern Committee.
“I grew up in real estate helping my family buy, renovate and sell properties,” says Ed, who is involved in his neighborhood association. “The industry is in my blood and envelops every aspect of my life.”
As a result, Ed’s clients have extraordinary peace of mind. They know that they will benefit from exceptional expertise in all realms from current market conditions to the design and construction of any property. They know that they have the commitment, focus and integrity of a true professional. And they know that they have an advocate in the business who proves to be a family friend for life.
“Having the opportunity to help my clients achieve their dreams and build wealth through real estate is very rewarding and a responsibility that I do not take lightly,” says Ed. “I want to use my experience and expertise to build relationships that last.”
As member of the Park Cities office of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Ed also brings to his customers the advantages of working with one of the largest real estate firms in the world with 3100 offices in 44 countries with over 92,000 agents worldwide.
“The standard of excellence and worldwide recognization that the Coldwell Banker brand represents is exceptional,” explains Ed. “When a client works with Ed Murchison and Coldwell Banker, they get a detailed plan supported by cutting edge technology, top notch marketing and committed people working as a team.”
According to colleagues, Ed is the ideal reflection of his working environment. “Ed understands that buying or selling a home is a very emotional decision,” says Linda Callicutt, “He uses his extensive customer service background to understand, anticipate and meet the needs of his clients.”
An avid fan of the masters of modern architecture such as Frank Lloyd Wright and Richard Neutra, Ed has also studied the many architects that have left their mark on Dallas including Charles Dilbeck, Howard Meyer, O’Neil Ford, E. G. Hamilton and Bud Oglesby. Additionally, he is a collector/dealer of classic mid-century modern furnishings and accessories. His extensive collection includes works by Charles Eames, Herman Miller, Eero Saarinen, George Nelson, Russel Wright, and Higgins Art Glass from which he has donated pieces to the Dallas Museum of Art.
Ed benefits his clients by incorporating his interest in art, architecture and design into helping them find the right home that blends architect, good design and how it relates to its environment.