A passionate wildlife and outdoor enthusiast, Thomas Duggins knows and loves Texas. He has travelled to ranches all over the state and understands the vast differences in landscapes that offer something for everyone. He earns the respect of his clients by working tirelessly on their behalf, and his background and experience allow him to bring a great deal of knowledge of types of properties and territories to their benefit. He is at home on the range.

Thomas was born and raised in Fort Worth and graduated from TCU with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications Studies and a minor in Energy Technology and Management. In his early years, he benefited from travel to Europe, Africa and South America, but on hot summer days, he enjoys Colorado as a great way to beat the Texas summer heat.

He serves on the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation Stewards of the Wild Advisory Council, the Cross Timbers Quail Coalition Committee, the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo Committee, the Delta Waterfowl Committee and the TWAF James Green Wildlife Conservation and Initiative Committee.

His favorite neighborhood in the DFW area is Northcrest, just a few secluded blocks off Burton Hill. Thomas considers it a hidden gem as it super private and quiet, and many people forget it’s there.
Thomas always tries to walk in his clients’ shoes which helps him make the process much more efficient and enjoyable when trying to find their dream properties.

He is a member of the National Association of Realtors (NAR) and the Greater Fort Worth Association of Realtors (GWFAR).