The Malveaux family's love of real estate dates back to 1749 when two brothers were gifted a newfound freedom and hundreds of acres of land in the Opelousas/Saint Martinsville area of southern Louisiana, where many Malveauxs still remain today. In 1940 Jospeh Rushton Malveaux, Andrew's grandfather, bought land in Houston's Riverside Terrace area, which the family has called home-base ever since. Andrew began his career in real estate 25 years ago by working for the world-renowned, non-profit organization Project Row House, where he served in many capacities, including Executive Director. He is known as an expert on Third Ward/Riverside Terrace and this reputation can be attributed to his knowledge of, and affinity for the venerable neighborhood his family has called home for more than 80 years.
Andrew's mission in real estate is to participate in the ongoing development of Greater Houston into vibrant neighborhood communities of families and businesses.
While Malveaux loves helping traditional buyers and sellers make wise, real estate decisions, his investor clients appreciate his skill in helping them profit through the buying, selling, renovating and leasing of various types of investment properties. Malveaux has worked in relocation services for 9 years and is equally adept at serving as an ambassador for clients relocating to Houston from all over the world. He has been married to his college sweetheart, Bianca, for 30 years and they are blessed with two phenomenal children: Andrew III (22) a senior Pre-Med major on the basketball team at Texas Southern University; and Mackenzie (19) 2019 USAG All-Around State Champion gymnast, and now a sophomore majoring in Health Sciences/Physiology at The University of Arizona.