Real Talk With Dallas Realtor Weston Pugh

The relationship between the architect and the Realtor is really the relationship between the alpha and the omega. Meet Larry & Weston.

The relationship between the architect and the Realtor is really the relationship between the alpha and the omega. An architect ultimately begins the project – before it is even a project, rather an idea. The architect is able to bring the ideas and thoughts of a developer to life, where a builder can then bring those ideas it to fruition.

The other end of that spectrum is where we find the Realtor. Once that beautiful is idea is conceived and created, there is hopes that it will get sold. And someone has got to sell that house.

Enter Weston Pugh of UpdikePugh Real Estate Group.

Weston’s experience in real estate is second to none. His warm personality and “can-do” attitude carry him a long way toward satisfying his clients’ needs.  Weston began his career in real estate working for a local real estate office entering MLS cards into the master file and delivering the MLS books to agents. After college, he moved to San Antonio and got into sales in a variety of businesses settling in new home sales for Medallion Homes.  

He moved to Dallas in 2007 and met his current business partner, Jeff Updike. They began working together and realized quickly that they make a great team. Weston enjoys spending time with his brothers and sisters and the variety of niece and nephews. He also enjoys making and viewing art and working out.

LISTEN as we discuss business, HGTV and staging your home.

Still can’t get enough? Check out the Vlog below where Larry Paschall of Spotted Dog Architecture joined the cast of Weston’s Vlog, SOLD.

 

All Things Gay – All Things Architecture

There is something to be said for new beginnings, and I am thrilled to launch this next chapter for myself, and for Spotted Dog Architecture.

There is something to be said for new beginnings, and I am thrilled to launch this next chapter for myself, and for Spotted Dog Architecture. Throughout my career, friends and family have asked me questions that while I may not find that interesting, they do. That taught me something: folks must really dig what I do. So having podcasted in the past, I revisited  the idea of creating a new, fresh approach to chatting about all things architecture, through the eyes of the gay architect.

When we were in the development stages of the podcast, I really had only one request: it isn’t dry. I, myself, have listened to a number of architecture podcasts, and have snoozed a few minutes in. I really wanted to create something that people both inside and outside of the industry would enjoy listening to, and find it both informative and interesting.

We have lined up a phenomenal guest list of folks that will join me every other week that are in some way related to architecture – both directly and indirectly. Realtors? Yup. Interior designers? For sure. We’ve got window folks and lighting gurus, contractors, photographers and students.

And so it begins.

For this first episode, I thought it would a good idea to lay the foundation for why I wanted to start the podcast. So I invited on Waylon Tate, my publicist, who continued to push me to launch.

Check out our chat below & provide some positive feedback. Be nice. 😃

The shameless promotion stuff discussed in this episode.

My publicist: Waylon Tate of J. Waylon & Associates

Waylon’s realtor: Hunter Dehn of Hunter Dehn Realty.