Rogers Healy and Associates
The company was founded in 2006 with the mission to create a positive and inclusive culture where the most knowledgeable real estate professionals provide unparalleled service.
Through a people-centric approach to business, Rogers Healy and Associates Real Estate tailors their services to each client’s individual needs. Whether clients are looking to buy, sell, lease, or relocate, RHA can assist.
In 2008, Rogers founded Healy Property Management, which has grown to one of the most successful property management firms in Texas. In 2009, Rogers founded Healy Global Relocation, which is the only company in the world that helps clients with all their real estate and moving needs, all over the world.
Rogers Healy and Associates is a multi-time winner of the ‘INC 5000’ fastest growing companies in the US, ’The Best Places to Work in Dallas,’ by both the Dallas Morning News and the Dallas Business Journal, the ‘SMU 100 Fastest Growing Businesses’ award, and the ‘100 Fastest Growing Companies in Fort Worth,’ by Fort Worth Magazine.
During Rogers’ tenure in business, he’s been the recipient of many notable awards, including REALTOR Magazine’s ’30 Under 30,’ The Dallas Morning News Executioner of the Year, The Dallas Millennial Club’s ‘Entrepreneur of the Year,’ The Dallas Business Journal’s ’40 Under 40,’ the Collin County Business Press’ ’40 Under 40,’ The Park Cities People’s ’20 Under 40,’ The ‘Most Influential Leader in Real Estate,’ by Luxury Home Magazine, ‘Power Player’ by Dallas Modern Luxury, D Magazine ‘Top Producer’ and ‘Best REALTOR.’ In 2018, Rogers was recognized as one of the Top 100 REALTORS in the country (out of over 2,000,000 people). With over $4,000,000,000 in closed deals and counting, Rogers aims to always be at the top of the list.
Rogers is the real estate expert on national TV for Fox, Fox News, Fox Business News, CNBC and MSNBC.
In his free time, Rogers loves spending time with his wife, his three dogs (Black Lab-Batman, Weimaraner-Coach, and Amigo, his German Shorthair), his church at Highland Park Methodist, Crossfit and listening to vinyl records on his record player.