Lamar High School
The University of Houston
Houston Public Television
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Boys and Girls Country
Foundation Fighting Blindness
Even though many of the older homes are gone, having been replaced by much larger ones, Peggy still loves the friendly atmosphere of Houston’s older inner-loop neighborhoods that she knew as a child growing up in West University Place. She brings this feeling of community and caring to her relationships with her clients.
Peggy believes that good, honest communication is the single most important factor leading to a successful sale. “I consider myself a straight shooter,” says Peggy, “and this clears the way for a smooth relationship. My clients appreciate this up-front approach and I believe it makes for satisfied buyers and sellers at closing.” No wonder much of her business over the years has come from repeat and referral clients.
Peggy obtained her real estate license in 1980 and immediately achieved top producer status. Her extensive experience, technological edge, skilled negotiation and transaction skills give her clients a real advantage in Houston’s competitive real estate market.
A graduate of Lamar High School and the University of Houston, Peggy is married and the mother of three adult daughters. She and her husband are active supporters of Houston Public Television, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Boys and Girls Country, and the Foundation Fighting Blindness. Peggy enjoys traveling with her children and grandchildren, golfing, reading and going to the movies.