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Rebecca Williams - Real Estate Agent at Linnemann Realty in Killeen TX

Rebecca Williams

Realtor at Linnemann Realty

Rebecca is a force of nature in the Central Texas real estate industry.  Licensed in 2015, she hit the ground running and has been a consistent top producer due to a work ethic that is tough to find and even harder to match.  A strong proponent of continuing her education, Rebecca has invested the time and effort to further her real estate studies, now having trained in generational selling, appraisals, home pricing strategies and real estate marketing.  She holds several designations: Certified Military Residential Specialist, Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR), and she’s currently working on her “Seller Representative Specialist (SRS) and will soon become an Associate Broker.


About Rebecca

Name one of your weird quirks.
Arguing with myself out loud

If you could have a superpower, what would it be?
Super strength

Dogs or cats?
2 mini Pomeranians (Gizmo and Penelope)

Most beautiful place you’ve ever been?

When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
Professional Race Car Driver

Are you an introvert or an extrovert?

Favorite hobby?

What was your favorite toy growing up?
Baby Tender Love

First concert?
Kenny Rogers

If you could ask your pet one question, what would it be?
Which parent is your favorite?

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The Build, Part III: The Civil

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The Build, Part II

In the first chapter, we discussed planning and assembling the team. Now we can move on to figuring out how to pay for it. Even with the largest commercial projects, you always begin with a “projected” budget. Or, what most folks would call a guess. No matter how vague, this

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