was born with Aggie blood. His father was a 1936 graduate of Texas A&M University,
and Phil knew from the time that he was a small boy that he wanted
to follow in his father’s footsteps. He attended the university
as a member of the elite Corps of Cadets, served as a student
senator and Campus Muster Chairman during his senior year, and
earned his bachelor’s degree in marketing in 1969.
After serving two years in the U.S. Army adjutant’s general
corps in Heidelberg, Germany, Phil attended Southern Methodist
University in Dallas to earn his MBA. He soon realized that just
because he had left TAMU, the university had not left him. In
fact, his affection for the school and the Bryan-College Station
community only increased with time. In 1976, Phil and his wife,
Jane, decided to move back to College Station for its high quality
of life and strong sense of community you feel everywhere you
this day, Phil is still deeply involved with TAMU in a variety
of ways. He served as class agent for 25 years and is still
active on planning committees for class reunions, and is part
of a Class of ’69 breakfast group that meets every Friday
morning at 6:30. He also attends Aggie sporting events regularly
as well as cultural events on campus. “When you become
an Aggie, you’re an Aggie for life,” Phil explains.
A Local’s Insight
After successfully owning his own businesses for many years,
Phil turned his sights to real estate and even owned his own
company at one time. As a local expert since 1987, he specializes
in helping parents of incoming students and retirees make the
most of their transition to life in Bryan-College Station.
Phil’s approach to real estate is defined by providing
sage counsel to his clients and giving them all the information
and options possible to make the best decision for their needs.
It also gives Phil great pleasure to be able to help people
get acclimated to the community, whether that means teaching
them about using “Howdy” as the preferred greeting
or helping them find the right golf course to fit their game.
As a longtime local resident, his knowledge of the Bryan-College
Station area is unsurpassed.
The Best Choice in Bryan-College Station
As a member of the Corps of Cadets at TAMU, Phil was part
of the elite organization whose motto is, “The Keeper
of the Spirit.” Anyone who knows Phil will tell you even
though he graduated more than 40 years ago, he still upholds
that motto to this day. You simply will not find a more valuable
real estate or community resource throughout Bryan-College
Station than Phil Callahan. If you’re considering a move
to, from, or within the area, put a local expert on your side
by giving Phil a call today. As Your Aggieland
he is the best choice for all your real estate needs.
Phil proudly serves the real estate needs of residents of Bryan-College Station, Tx.