Whether you are buying your very first home or you have done this many times before, working with an agent who takes the time to truly understand what you are looking for and provides you with expert assistance at every step of the way makes all the difference. By listening closely, asking good questions, and learning about everything from your lifestyle and location preferences to your budget and timeline, Jeannie is able to present you with a curated selection of homes that have the potential to be exactly the right fit. And she’s not just looking at an online database – as a leader in the real estate community, Jeannie is often the first to know about homes that aren’t yet officially on the market, and therefore won’t show up in any MLS searches. She puts this market knowledge and every other resource at her disposal to work for you, and she doesn’t rest until you have the keys to your dream home in your hands.

Buyers Promise

Jeannie helps buyers a year find the perfect home for them in Houston. From the moment you begin working with Jeannie until you leave the closing table with the keys to your new home, you can expect the highest level of dedicated service from Jeannie as well as the invaluable support of Remax.

    Every client has a unique set of needs – not just the kind of home they are looking for, but also how and when it’s best to communicate with them and the kind of assistance they need with the many details of a real estate transaction. Jeannie understands this and customizes the search and support process to cater to each client.
    Jeannie does the legwork so you don’t have to. Based on your list of must-haves and preferences, she conducts ongoing searches of MLS listings, keeps tabs on not-yet-listed properties, and personally previews properties she thinks might meet your expectations. Jeannie presents you with a curated selection of properties so you don’t have to sift through ones that don’t meet your needs.
    Jeannie will keep you informed about her search progress and when she has identified properties that just might be your dream home, she will take you on a personal tour, including exploration of the surrounding neighborhood.
    Jeannie is committed to building lasting relationships with clients so they will come back to her in the future and feel confident about referring her to friends and colleagues. She will negotiate on your behalf based on the latest information about comparable sales and will never advise you against your best interests or desires simply to make a sale.
    Getting ready for closing isn’t a mystery for Jeannie and her team, and it won’t be for you with their streamlined process and organized system of communications.


Texas RemaxRemax is a trusted company and a reliable resource for industry-leading information. With access to Remax's cutting-edge technology and training, as well as the knowledge base and curriculum the company provides its agents, Jeannie is well prepared to face the market on your behalf and provide you with the highest level of service possible. As a master faculty member for Remax, Jeannie not only helps build Remax's strength as a whole, but also has been able to build her own exceptionally skilled support team specifically for her clients.

RE/MAX, short for "Real Estate Maximums," is an American international real estate company that operates through a franchise system. The company has held the number one market share in the United States and Canada since 1999, as measured by residential transaction sides.

Steps to buying your dream home

Our mission is to empower Buyers with information to make smart decisions.

1. Decide to buy

Although there are many good reasons for you to buy a home, wealth building ranks among the top of the list. We call home ownership the best “accidental investment” most people ever make. But, we believe when it is done right, home ownership becomes an “intentional investment” that lays the foundation for a life of financial security and personal choice. There are solid financial reasons to support your decision to buy a home, and, among these, equity buildup, value appreciation, and tax benefits stand out.

2. Hire your agent

Call me ans schedule an appointment. Jeannie can guide you through this process and make it look easy. The typical real estate transaction involves at least two dozen separate individuals whose actions and decisions have to be orchestrated in order to perform in harmony and get a home sale closed. It is the responsibility of your real estate agent to expertly coordinate all the professionals involved in your home purchase and to act as the advocate for you and your interests throughout.

3. Secure financing.

While you may find the thought of home ownership thrilling, the thought of taking on a mortgage may be downright chilling. Many first-time buyers start out confused about the process or nervous about making such a large financial commitment. Your lender will decide whether to preapprove your loan based on documented and verifiable information regarding your employment, income, liabilities, cash on hand and your tax returns.

4. Find your home

You may think that shopping for homes starts with jumping in the car and driving all over town. However, driving around is fun for only so long-if weeks go by without finding what you're looking for, the fun can fade pretty fast. That's why we say that looking for your home begins with carefully assessing your values, wants, and needs, both for the short and long terms. Jeannie can help.

5. Make an offer

When searching for your dream home, you were just that-a dreamer. You need to approach this process with a cool head and a realistic perspective of your market. The three basic components of an offer are price, terms, and contingencies. Price-the right price to offer must fairly reflect the true market value of the home you want to buy. Your agent's market research will guide this decision. Jeannie will be happy to prepare the paperwork and go through it with you before submitting it.

6. Close

The final stage of the home buying process is the lender's confirmation of the home's worth and legal statue, and your continued credit-worthiness. This entails a survey, appraisal, title search, and a final check of your credit and finance. Your agent will keep you posted on how each if progressing, but your work is pretty much done. Once the papers are signed and money changes hands, the journey is over — you are a homeowner! With luck, knowing all the steps involved has made the process go smoother and easier.