Clay Stapp

Real Estate Matchmaker Extraordinaire


QUICK HIGHLIGHTS

  • Owner of Dallas's Most Innovative Brokerage, CLAY STAPP+CO
  • DBJ's Forty under Forty Award Recipient
  • Recognized as one of Dallas' Top 100 Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies
  • Personally sold more than $250,000,000 in real estate
  • Sold the largest home ever built in Texas, Champ 'd Or

DESTINY IS NOT A MATTER OF CHANCE, IT IS A MATTER OF CHOICE!

ABOUT Clay Stapp

Clay Stapp, residential real estate broker and owner of CLAY STAPP+CO, began working in the Dallas real estate business in 2006. Shortly thereafter, Stapp established himself as one of Dallas’ leading Realtors.

Born and raised in Amarillo, Texas, Stapp accepted a football scholarship to the University of New Mexico and graduated Cum Laude with an Accounting Degree in May of 1997; his class voted him to give the graduating commencement speech. Stapp worked as an auditor for Arthur Andersen, a software consultant for Clarkston Potomac, and as a real estate developer for his own company, 7 Development. The American Institute of Architects selected Stapp’s development Oliver Street Lofts as one of eight residences for viewing during the 2008 Dallas Modern Home Tour. Well-versed in residential resale and new construction, Stapp has sold out multiple condominium & townhome developments. In 2010, Stapp was nominated and voted into the Dallas Pacesetters, a select group of top selling Dallas Realtors. In 2011, Stapp was initiated as member of the Dallas chapter of Entrepreneur’s Organization (EO) for entrepreneurs only. In 2012, Stapp was honored by the Dallas Business Journal as a 40 Under Forty award recipient. In 2014, CLAY STAPP+CO was selected as winner of the 2014 Dallas Top 100 awarded by the Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship at SMU’s Cox School of Business as one of the fastest growing, most dynamic privately held companies in the Dallas

Residing in Dallas since 1999, Stapp lives in Lakewood with his two sons Slade and Vander. He enjoys hot yoga, Muay Thai, ping-pong, vintage muscle cars and playing Scrabble.