Randy Dickerson


Customer service essentially is treating others how you would want to be treated. Respecting their needs and helping them find resolutions to those needs. It’s a great honor to gain a person’s trust and with that trust go up to bat for them. Being creative in certain situations and utilizing out of the box thinking gives us the edge over competition. I am a firm believer that you get out what you put in life and that nothing comes easy until you have sustained methods to help facilitate challenging situations. I welcome the opportunity to help people with their real estate needs, enjoying the home buying/selling process so much that they can’t wait to tell their family and friends.

  • Awards
  • -High Volume Agent Award 2023
    -Top 20% Realtor Award 2021
    -Silver Sales Award
    -Farmington Beautification Award for residential properties 2023
    -Recognition of Service Excellence (Rose Award) from Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau


  • Membership Boards
  • -National Association of Realtors
    -Michigan Association of Realtors
    -North Oakland County Board of Realtors
    -Farmington Beautification Committee
    -Recruitment Chair Tau Kappa Epsilon of the Rau Epsilon Chapter Northwood University


  • Education
  • -Northwood University 2003-2007
    -Michigan Institute of Real Estate
    -Real Estate One Academy
    -TIPS Certified Tops in Personal Service


  • When I am Not Working

    I hang out with my children, who continue to make me a better person every day. I also love to exercise and do DIY projects around the house.

  • My parents taught me

    To value others and always show respect.

  • Best day ever

    Every day is the best day of my life.

  • Dream Vacation

    Drive to California and travel the Pacific Coast Highway and visit the Redwoods.

  • Most prized possession

    My truck, his name is Chuck.

  • Favorite 80's Song

    "Alone" by Heart and "A Groovy Kind of Love" by Phil Collins

  • I have a pet

    Lilly the Beagadore.

  • Words to Live by

    Tough times don't last but tough people do.

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