“Buying a new construction home after selling our first home was a little scary. We weren't sure about things like school districts and taxes, but with Leila's help, we felt really good about our decision. There were a lot of details we wouldn’t have known if it wasn’t for her knowledge and expertise guiding us through the process."
Andy and Jada Ives
Sell your home without the stress, on your timeline, and for the best possible price.
The Houston area covers 10,000 square miles, and so do my listings.
How do you sell your "good enough" home and buy or build your forever home? Look no futher.
Deciding whether to stay in your "good enough" house or to make the jump to your forever home can be overwhelming. And once you decide to make a move, do you buy an existing home, a brand new home in a gorgeous new community, or buy your slice of Texas to build your custom dream house? How do you know what's right for you? How do you even go about building a new home? That's where I come in. I break down the overwhelm into a proven process to help you make the decisions you'll feel good about in the years to come.
“We knew we needed to sell our home, but we had no idea how to start. After our first conversation with Leila, we knew exactly what to expect. It was a such a relief to know we had someone on our side, and we ended up getting
10,000 over our asking price!”
David and Beth Anne Nelson
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“Moving to Texas from Colorado, we were starting from square one finding the right home. With Leila's help, we narrowed down the best area of Houston for us, and were able to find a great house, at a great price, even in a really competitive market. She let us know what was going on every step of the way, so we didn't have to worry.”
Keith and Kelly Waggoner
Should you stay or should you go? And when you decide to go, where do you go? I love using my expertise and knowledge of the Houston market, new communities, and custom home building to help families decide where to find or build for their forever home, and selling their "good enough" home to make that happen.