Chip & Pam, and Ken
We are Chip and Pam Hill with RiverCrest Homes and Realty. We are Realtors® with RiverCrest Realty and specialize in helping our clients find land to build their home. We have served the north Dallas Metroplex and Texas Panhandle areas for 20 years.
We specialize in finding our clients homes in neighborhoods with acre lots, land with room for horses, as well as hunting, recreation, or investment property. Our clients tend to be repeat customers and frequently refer their friends and family. We have a wealth of experience in real estate, home building, and the financial industry.
Over the past 20 years, we have learned what it takes to build on diverse soil and varied terrain. Whether you are building on sand or clay, a cliff overlooking the lake, or land in the country, we know what will work best for building on those types of terrains, as well as how to choose a suitable property.
Chip grew up ranching in the Texas Panhandle and graduated from West Texas State University. His wife Pam grew up west of Fort Worth and is a graduate of The University of Texas at Arlington. We met over 30 years ago while working as bankers in Downtown Fort Worth and have been working together ever since. We currently live in Lakewood Village with our dogs after raising our three girls there. We enjoy spending time on the ranch and in the mountains in Angel Fire, New Mexico.
Whether you are buying or selling, we know the area and would love the chance to help you with your real estate needs.
Having grown up on a ranch owned by his family since the late 1880’s in Collingsworth County, Ken Baxter is most aware of the many facets of real estate and and its impact on the Panhandle. With nearly thirty years of experience in real estate as both broker and agent, Ken will ensure you are provided service and expertise to guide you. If you are in the market to either sell or purchase residential or commercial property, small acreage or sections of land, Ken can provide the integrity and expertise to fulfill your needs through the total process.