Carol Rowley began her real estate career many years ago when she joined DeForest Realty in Georgia. After moving to Houston she worked for prominent real estate and tax attorneys and later joined Bolin Development Corp. where she worked in the commercial real estate sector. As a 10+ Year Top Producer, Carol has been recognized by the Houston Business Journal as one of Houston's Top 25 Individual Realtors in all of Houston. Her success is driven by her attention to detail, hard work and repeat referral business. Carol is incredibly goal oriented and provides her clients first class, top notch service from start to finish.
During her years in Houston she's lived in the West University, Southgate, Bellaire, Braes Heights and the Galleria area, giving her first hand knowledge of the Houston market. Raising 3 children and volunteering at West U Elementary, River Oaks Baptist School, Lanier Middle School and Lamar High School, immersed Carol in a wonderful community of people and a greater connection and understanding of the town she adores. With one child graduated from UT, another graduated from St. Edwards in Austin and her third a graduate of Tulane, Carol has more time than ever to totally dedicate herself to her clients' needs. As a recent client put it, "I've always been cynical of the value of a real estate agent until I worked with Carol Rowley. She made the process a pleasant experience, and I can honestly say we've made a friend in the process of purchasing our home. I've already referred her to 3 friends. Thank you, Carol!"
Another Client wrote, "Somehow, you managed to negotiate and guide us through this process. You certainly went above and beyond the service we expected. I know at times this transaction tested all of our limits, but we were very happy with the results. I’ve always resented paying commissions - but not in this case. You earned and deserved every penny! We are happy to have gotten to know you, and extend our highest recommendation to any of your prospective clients."
Her perseverance is shown through her tireless work with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, where she has dedicated more than 20 years in the search for a cure for this disease. Carol was recently selected as an honoree for the JDRF Promise Ball where she was presented with the Living and Giving Award for her advocacy, leadership and commitment. JDRF selected Carol as Chair of the JDRF Children's Congress, a national event in Washington, DC created to lobby the government for additional funding. As the Chair, she worked personally with 200 families representing all 50 states in order to introduce them to their Congressmen and United States Senators. She not only provides service to the Houston community, but also individuals throughout the United States.