Deborah Boyd

Deborah Boyd

Agent, Residential & Military Relocation Specialist

  • Cell: 325-207-3225
  • Office: 325-573-8505
  • Office Location: 4112 College Ave. Snyder Texas, 79549

About Deborah Boyd

Deborah is a Snyder native.  She graduated from Snyder High School, Western Texas College, and Lubbock Christian University.  She married her high school sweetheart, Gaylon.  Although they went to the same church, they “connected” in math class.  Maybe for that reason alone, Deborah loves math to this day!  Deborah and Gaylon have four children, 8 grandchildren, in-laws that they adore, and out-laws (their in-laws’ families) who have now become part of their family! 

Before selling real estate, Deborah served as Justice of the Peace and Municipal Judge.  Ethics is a highly esteemed value for Deborah.  She has been a Realtor® since 2015.  She says she has met wonderful people in this profession.  She counts as some of her very closest friends people who started out as her buyers.  She finds it fascinating where buyers and sellers are coming from, moving to, or living in – South Carolina, California, Idaho, Illinois, New Mexico, Washington, Arizona, Oklahoma, Missouri, Mexico, Columbia, and many other places!  Snyder, Texas reaches out and touches people from all over! 

Deborah has earned her GRI designation and MRP certification.  The Graduate Realtor Institute course is an intensive course of study taking those students to a higher level of knowledge of the real estate business.  By earning the Military Relocation Professional certification, Deborah is skilled in helping our veterans use their VA benefits to buy their new home. 

 

Deborah has many interests outside of her chosen career.  She is an active member of her church.  She teaches an adult Bible study which is recorded and can be viewed on Facebook.  She serves on the Praise Team and teaches Children’s Church.  She is on the board at JETS (Jumpstart Education for Tomorrow’s Students) which encompasses Head Start, Early Head Start, and a daycare in Snyder.  She serves on Western Texas College’s Foundation Board overseeing scholarship funds and aiding faculty and staff with specific requests.  In her spare time, she’s involved in art classes as she has discovered her love of painting.