Catherine Vidales


By keeping my finger on the pulse of the latest trends and movements of the Houston City real estate market I am able to offer my clients top-notch guidance from start to finish, ensuring the entire process is seamless, efficient and rewarding. Prior to real estate I was an art teacher and as an educator, I learned how to be patient, detail oriented, proactive and a strong advocate for my students. As your Realtor, I will be an advocate for you. Whether you are buying, selling or leasing, I will work tirelessly to promote your best interests. If you are selling, I will work with you to get you the fairest price, by using state of the art technology, team collaboration and ULR’s superior marketing materials. If you are buying, I will work hard to provide you with the best information and market data to inform and assist you so you can be a well equipped buyer with the strongest possible negotiating position. I believe firmly in my creative, enthusiastic, and caring nature to perfectly find a match for each of my client’s desires as well as skillfully featuring a home’s unique presence and character. I understand that buying and selling real estate can be stressful. Choosing where you live is a very personal and emotional decision and for many buying it will be the largest investment they will ever make. As a full time Realtor, I will work hard to lower your stress level and make your experience as pleasurable as possible. I will accomplish this through constant communication, and by being accessible.

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