Robyn Coffey epitomizes hard work, integrity and unparalleled customer service in every detail of your real estate transaction. After nearly 18 years assisting families in the finance and banking industry, Robyn embarked on a career in real estate to help people realize their dream of home ownership.
“I treat everyone like family,” says Robyn. “What I loved most about banking was the people, and it’s the same for real estate. I love helping clients with their needs, whether it’s financing their dream home, or just being someone they can bounce ideas and thoughts off of.”
A Texas native, Robyn was born and raised in Fort Worth and graduated from Nolan Catholic High School and Texas Wesleyan University. She remains very connected and deeply rooted in her hometown. “I am running around Fort Worth on a daily basis, and I love that I almost always run into someone I know. It’s a great big city with a small town feel.”
As a former bank Vice President and Manager, Robyn understands what it takes to run a business and approaches each real estate deal with the same professionalism and expertise. She joins husband and successful real estate agent Micah Coffey, to bring extraordinary service and local knowledge to their loyal clientele. Micah is responsible for the sale of hundreds of rental properties on behalf of large investment groups out of California.
Together, Robyn and Micah take their business to the next level by joining Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty – the oldest, privately held real estate boutique in Dallas – to offer unparalleled marketing resources and the global reach of the industry’s strongest brand network. Their unbeatable combination of experience, persistence and dedication create remarkable outcomes for their clients.
Robyn lives in Shady Valley in Arlington with her husband and their young son, who currently attends St. Maria Goretti Catholic School. Robyn is actively involved in the Dallas-Fort Worth community and enjoys raising money for causes such as the Leukemia Lymphoma Society and Lena Pope Home. As co-founder of the Jay Jacobs Foundation for Cancer Research, Robyn has helped organize their annual golf tournament benefitting Cook Children’s Hospital in Fort Worth for over 10 years.