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Lamar Smith, a Zone 3 Property Assessor at Linnemann Realty.

Lamar Smith

Lead Assessor Zone 4

Originally from the Bronx, New York, Lamar and his family relocated to Texas in September 2016.  He and his wife Dorette have 7 children and welcomed their first grandchild last year.  Lamar is a 15 year veteran of the United States Marine Corps.  While on active duty his military occupation in Logistics has given him a keen eye for detail which is a huge benefit with his property inspections.  In September 2017, Lamar joined the Linnemann Realty team and has a "can do" approach to every situation.  His belief and approach to inspections is to inspect what you expect.  He is dedicated to providing the stellar service that has become expected at Linnemann Realty.


About Lamar

Favorite sport? Team?

Football NY Giants

Favorite junk food?

Any NYC Chinese takeout

Worst movie?

The Goonies

What was your favorite toy growing up?


Favorite hobby?

Motorcycle racing

Favorite movie?

Heartbreak Ridge

Most beautiful place you’ve ever been?

St. Maarten

When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?

A fireman

Dogs or Cats?

Dogs are loyal

Favorite holiday?


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