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From the inland Texas urban center of Dallas (1,281,047 city residents, and over 7 million residents in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metro complex), Houston’s own Jeffrey Adamson moved to Hattiesburg, Mississippi in 2001, following his parents’ divorce. Hattiesburg’s population in 2013 was a bit over 47,000 souls, a significantly smaller town for Adamson’s last two years of high school. But Jeffrey Adamson fell in love with Mississippi.
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Houston’s Jeffrey Adamson Studied Real Estate Law Realtor®Jeffrey Adamson works in Houston today, having attained his Business Administration degree, with minors in Real Estate Law, Marketing and Advertising, from Mississippi State University in Starkville in 2009. Adamson chose MSU for its diversity of students and academic programs, as did other distinguished alumnus of Mississippi State University including author John Grisham, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, and film producer Spike Lee. The impact of mortgage loan defaults and foreclosures has been stemmed by the consistently high home values of the Texas home market of Realtor Jeffrey Adamson in Houston.
Houston’s Jeffrey Adamson First Loved Mississippi From the inland Texas urban center of Dallas (1,281,047 city residents, and over 7 million residents in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metro complex), Houston’s own Jeffrey Adamson Houston moved to Hattiesburg, Mississippi in 2001, following his parents’ divorce. Hattiesburg’s population in 2013 was a bit over 47,000 souls, a significantly smaller town for Adamson’s last two years of high school. But Jeffrey Adamson fell in love with Mississippi. Jeffrey Adamson of Houston is originally from Dallas, Texas, ranking ninth in size in the United States and third in Texas after Houston and San Antonio. Dallas has historically been known for its oil, cattle and cotton industry and its prominent position as a hub for numerous railroad lines throughout the Southwest.
Houston’s Jeffrey Adamson Chose Mississippi State University Houston’s professional Realtor® Jeffrey Adamson completed his final two years in high school in Mississippi, and after a year at the U.S. Naval Academy returned to Mississippi to continue his college studies at Mississippi State University in Starkville. Starkville’s population in 2010 was 23,888, a small college town which gave Jeffrey Adamson a less hectic outlook on life, enabling him to think about his future career. Today, Dallas is the fourth largest employment center among the nation’s cities, and has the third-largest number of Fortune 500 companies. Dallas’ economy is diversified in the fields of banking, commerce, telecommunications, technology, energy, healthcare and medical research, and transportation and logistics.
Houston’s Jeffrey Adamson Studies With Champions Houston Realtor Jeffrey Adamson chose to study for his Real Estate Texas license with Champions School of Real Estate, which specializes in pre-license, continuing education and national designation courses. Adamson recognized the need for further study which would focus closely on the details of real estate sales and enable him to acquire his Real Estate Texas license. Champions assists loan officers, appraisers, inspectors and Realtors® to achieve their dreams. From the large urban center of Dallas, with a population of over 7 million in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metroplex, future Houston resident Jeffrey Adamson moved to Hattiesburg, Mississippi after his parents’ divorce.
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