I have been working in real estate since 2004, when I started my career working with developers in commercial real estate. I received my broker's license in 2012, and have been working with United Real Estate since 2013. In my career, I have experience in every aspect of real estate, including investment properties, residential, commercial as well as extensive knowledge with farm and ranch properties, unimproved lots and large unimproved tracts of land.
I specialize in Fort Bend County real estate, with a concentration on residential and farm & ranch real estate. I also have experience assisting buyers & sellers with commercial properties. My mission is to assist my clients in achieving their real estate dreams while protecting their interests and nurturing ongoing relationships with them and to encourage a community of people who can trust and refer business to each other and always remain a servant leader to my clients and peers.
I take pride in being a resident of Fort Bend County & would love to help you sell your house or find the perfect home here. Thinking about selling? Want to know what your house is worth and how quickly homes are selling in your area? Want to know what you need to do to get your house ready to sell? My expertise can help you answer these and many other questions about selling your home. Maybe you are looking for a luxury home in Sugar Land, Katy, Richmond, Rosenberg, acreage anywhere in Fort Bend County, or the best of both worlds, a home on acreage in Needville, Orchard, East Bernard, Beasley, Wharton, or Sealy - I can help you find just the right home for your needs.
I am a 5th generation Texan and native Houstonian, but my roots run deep in Fort Bend County. My family has been in Texas since it was a Republic, starting with my great, great, great grandfather, John Neely Bryan, who founded the town of Dallas, and my great grandfather was Sheriff of Fort Bend County for 30 years in the late 1800's and early 1900's. I work and live in the Fort Bend County area & am proud of our status as one of the best counties to live in nationwide, call me and I can help you find a place in our county, too!
Prior to working in real estate, I worked in executive search for 9 years. I worked in my own firm for 3 1/2 years placing information technology professionals and civil/municipal engineers. In this capacity, I became very skilled in marketing through a variety of strategies, and this experience also helped me become proficient in dealing with families going through important life changes. This knowledge has helped me as I began my real estate career as well.
Here is some family history you might find interesting! My family has been in Texas since it was a Republic, starting with my third great grandfather, John Neely Bryan, who founded the town of Dallas. He was a native of Fayetteville, Tennessee and he attended the Fayetteville Military Academy and after studying law was admitted to the Tennessee Bar. Around 1833 he left Tennessee and moved to Arkansas, where he was an Indian trader, and with a business partner laid out the town of Van Buren, Arkansas.
Bryan had visited the Dallas area in 1839 looking for a place to create a trading post. After finding a good spot at the forks of the Trinity River, he returned to Arkansas to settle affairs. In November 1841 he returned to Texas, where he learned that a treaty had forced half of his prospective customers, Native Americans, out of North Texas. Bryan decided that a trading post was no longer feasible, so instead he established a permanent settlement, which eventually became the burgeoning city of Dallas. Bryan was very important to early Dallas — he served as the postmaster, a store owner, a ferry operator (he operated a ferry where Commerce Street crosses the Trinity River today) and his home served as the courthouse. In 1844 he persuaded J. P. Dumas to survey and plat the site of Dallas and possibly helped him with the work. Bryan was instrumental in the organizing of Dallas County in 1846 and in the choosing of Dallas as its county seat in August 1850. When Dallas became the county seat, Bryan donated the land for the courthouse. In 1843 he married Margaret Beeman (pictured, with Bryan, below), a daughter of the Beeman family who settled in Dallas from Bird's Fort. The couple had five children, and one of them, Luther, was my great, great grandfather.
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