Felix Saenz

Land Division • Associate

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214.378.1212
fsaenz@venturedfw.com

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Felix Saenz began working at Venture Commercial as an integral addition to Venture’s Land Team. Together with Ken Reimer and Anne Bryan, he focuses solely on land transactions. Felix provides a broad range of services to landowners, developers, retailers, investors, trusts and families. His passion is helping clients to navigate and solve the challenges associated with land entitlements, development, and sales. He differentiates himself from the market by the quality of his work.

As graduate of Baylor University and a student of Classical Languages and Literature, Felix began his career serving in public high schools in the DFW metroplex. Driven by a strong work ethic and a passion for relationships, he spent these first years of his career learning to deliver complex information in meaningful ways, to create a vision for the future, and to generate excitement around that vision. Felix found satisfaction in serving and mentoring his students. He carries that same desire to positively impact the lives of others not only in his work with Venture Commercial, but also in the rest of his life. He strives to be the best at what he does and enjoys problem-solving the complexities that come with land transactions which are defined by not only by future possibilities but also present constraints.

Felix grew up in Corpus Christi, Texas. Living on the Texas coast, he discovered an appreciation for nature and the natural elements. He spent his free time sailing competitively and longboarding. He continues to enjoy these hobbies while living in Dallas. He seizes upon any opportunity to be active in his daily life and community.

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FAVORITES:

Favorite Movies: Tombstone, Big Lebowski, Groundhog Day

Favorite Books: The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand, Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde

Favorite Music: Zeppelin, Daft Punk, Avett Brothers

Favorite Quote: "Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work." - Thomas Edison