August 27 2017
Steve Baxter Dallas Real Estate Investor
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Steve Baxter lettered in varsity basketball Steve Baxter Dallas his junior and senior years and was chosen All Tournament as a senior. He played varsity baseball his junior and senior years and was picked as All District and District Leading Hitter as a senior. Craig Glickman, a very good friend, points out that Steve will never mention it, but “As far as I can remember, Steve still maintains the Richardson HS batting record of .517 after 45 years!”
Steve attended Dallas Theological Seminary from 1974 to 1979. He graduated with a Masters of Theology degree, majoring in Old Testament and Hebrew.
By 1985, Steve Baxter was putting investment partnerships together and buying larger multifamily units with postponed maintenance in need of a turnaround. Steve became known as a ”turnaround expert” since he had the management expertise plus the construction knowledge and aptitude to handle a rehabilitation on time and at a reasonable cost.
Watch the basketball video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEdueBeRy1o
In nearly 40 years of active high school Christian ministry, he has ministered to 15,000 high school students. He has continuously asked them to think about what they would like to be spoken about themselves at their funerals and written on their tombstones.
Richard Black, a dear friend, has said this about Steve Baxter: "I have known Steve as a good friend for 38 years. I was his area director on staff with Young Life when he led the Richardson High School Young Life club for 13 years . I began investing with him in real estate in 2004. He is one of the most honorable guys I have ever met. Steve has a nose for finding good deals, and has the skills to make them happen and make money.”
Andrew Baxter, Dallas area standout, was elected Pearce High School Junior Class Favorite, and Pearce Pacesetter Drill Team Best Escort as a junior.
Having fond recollections of his own high school days certainly gives Steve great satisfaction in watching Andrew succeed.
For Andrew Baxter of Dallas, basketball was just the beginning. He was looking forward to the challenges of college. He now attends Texas Tech with his brother Brennan.
Andrew is appreciative for the successes of high school, appreciative of his popularity socially and accomplishments athletically. But he would be the first to say that those successes are nothing when compared to the privilege of knowing Christ and living for Him.
For the Apostle John penned that "God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son that whosoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life."
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