Hello—I'm Wes Lewis... When you're ready to buy, sell or rent, I'm here to help.
I'm a Realtor® at Rogers Healy And Associates Real Estate in Dallas, one of the most cutting-edge, forward-thinking real estate brokerages in the country.
I represent clients all across the DFW metroplex, and am a specialist in the following Dallas county areas:
Uptown (State Thomas, Oak Lawn), Downtown, Cedar Springs, Preston Hollow, Knox-Henderson, Lakewood, Greenland Hills (M Streets), Vickery Place, and the Park Cities (the town of Highland Park and the city of University Park).
Finding a space--Buying & Renting...
To me, finding a space is visceral, it's emotional. Spaces are where we celebrate our life's moments. Some say material things shouldn't matter, but they absolutely do…they matter because they surround us when our moments are happening.
I have the network, tools and insights to properly market and sell your property. I will advise on staging techniques, and arrange for repair of items that might deter buyers.
MetroTex, Texas & National Association of Realtors®
Why do you love Dallas?
The diversity is amazing. The city offers every kind of shopping, eateries and cultural attractions that you can imagine. If you can buy it, eat it or watch it--it's more than likely here in Dallas. Being a major city, there are people hailing from every part of the globe.
Two fun facts about Dallas
Bonnie and Clyde met in January 1930 at a mutual friend’s house in Dallas. The ATM was invented in the late 1960's in Dallas.
One or two things you dislike about Dallas
Dallas, like any major city, is prone to traffic congestion.
How is street parking around the city?
Just like any major city, street parking is dependent upon neighborhood. In the Downtown and Uptown areas, street parking can be in short supply. However, there are many inexpensive parking lots operated by the city and other venues that fill the void.
Dou you feel safe at night walking around?
Like any major city, crime varies by neighborhood and location.
What initially attracted you to move to Dallas?
The weather; you'll get lots of pool time!
Are there mostly family run or corporate chain establishments?
There are a mixture of both in the city. There are some neighborhoods such as Bishop Arts and Trinity Groves where every shop is locally owned.