TONY SIMS, DIRECTOR OF CLIENT SUCCESS – DALLAS/FORT WORTH / KEY CLIENT MANAGER
Tony Sims is the Director of Client Success in Dallas/Fort Worth for Specialized Property Management, and has been with the company for eighteen years. He has over 25 years of experience in Real Estate Property Management. Mr. Sims is primarily responsible for acquiring new properties and working with clients. In addition, he assists team members with questions concerning legal affairs affecting the property management industry. Prior to his current position, Mr. Sims worked as Vice President of Sales for in the funeral services industry. He has also been involved in the steel manufacturing field, and has served as an elected official.
Mr. Sims received his B.B.A. from Texas Wesleyan University, with a Major in Business Communications and a double Minor in Economics and Psychology. He also attended Texas Christian University, working toward his Masters in Human Resources. Mr. Sims is active in local political programs and serves as Prescient Chair for his neighborhood, and is on the Executive Committee for Tarrant County. He is active in the local Greater Fort Worth Association of Realtors, where he has served on numerous committees in addition to two terms as a Director. Mr. Sims also serves the Texas Association of Realtors as a Regional Vice President, a position he has held for the past 4 years. He is the Region 3 representative for the TAR Political Involvement Council, and is the current Chairman of the Property Management Committee. He is active in the National Association of Residential Property Managers (NASpecialized), and is designated as a Residential Management Professional and a Master Property Manager, the two highest designations offered by NASpecialized. Mr. Sims is currently on the Governmental Affairs Committee and is a trustee for the NASpecialized PAC. Locally, he has served as a past president of the Fort Worth/Mid-Cities Chapter of NASpecialized, and is a member of the Dallas Chapter.
Mr. Sims works with the Ronald McDonald House program and is active in a number of civic and charitable causes in Fort Worth. Away from the office, he enjoys golf and going to his farm on the Brazos River to relax and commune with nature. He and his wife, Amy, have four sons that live in Japan, Colorado, California and Austin.