She helped us a lot in finding my first house in US after relocating from abroad. I really appreciate hear willingness to assist with this stressful task of finding a new home ... more "
"My husband and I made a very sudden move to the DFW due to an employment opportunity. Kodi was able to work with our very limited availability for viewing, and help is get into a home we love quickly. ... more "
by Kori Fabian
"Extremely knowledgeable of the DFW market. Could not be happier with the sell and buy side of the transactions. Had 22 offers on my property in less than 48 hours and got over 10% over asking price! Highly ... more "
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Native Oklahoman, Kodi Nelson has called the Dallas metro her home since 2001 when she made her first investment into her modeling career. Although she has lived all over the world for various amounts of time while on modeling contracts, she has always maintained a home in the Dallas area. Hailing from a small northeastern Oklahoma town, Kodi has a strong sense of humility and cares greatly for her fellow man.
Since co-founding the social media personality, #ModelRealtors, Kodi along with colleague, Maggie Parks have led production in the the company. Taking an out-of-the-box approach to Real Estate, they blend their experiences from 35+ years in the modeling industry, utilizing cutting edge marketing and unparalle led customer service to bring a unique buying and selling experience for their clients that range from first time home buyers and first time investors to luxury new construction and commercial portfolio developers.
Kodi gives back to her community, serving on the board of Model Behaviors which produces events to raise funds and awareness for underserved women and children. Kodi along with her husband, George, have been married for fifteen years. They are active members in their church and proud parents to their two young boys, Enzo and Levi and boxer dog, Harvey Dent.
“Just ‘cause somthin’ ain’t been done, don’t mean it can’t be did” -Shel Silverstein