In his "previous lives", Ric enjoyed a career in broadcasting (having worked as a disc jockey and behind the scenes for a national sports television network) and spent over a decade as a senior technology consultant. Today, as a Real Estate professional, Ric's focus is to help you, your family and friends find a home they can call their own.
Ric is an active member in his community, engaging in functions with the Knights of Columbus, area sports associations and business networking groups. You'll find Ric and his wife out enjoying a bite to eat at area restaurants and taking in area activities (especially sporting events!). He has been a member of the Houston area business community for almost 15 years, is member of the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR), the Texas Association of Realtors (TAR), the National Association of Realtors (NAR), and is an Accredited Real Estate Professional (AREP).
Whether you are a buyer or a seller, looking to lease, purchase or invest, Ric has the ability to manage all aspects of the transaction process. He has a drive, commitment and professionalism that benefit his clients. Working with Prudential - Gary Greene Realtors, Houston's oldest and largest independant Real Estate Brokerage, allows Ric to utilize all the resources associated with such a prominent company.
Ric's primary area is north Houston, including Spring, The Woodlands, Tomball, Conroe and surrounding areas.
There are a lot of great real estate agents in Houston, and Ric is fortunate to work with a great team and know many dedicated agents not just at Prudential, with other brokerages as well. Like many of these fine folks, he'll work hard to help you, your friends, family, neighbors and co-workers. He'll treat you with the respect you deserve. His goal is you help you meet your goals. He'll be honest, and he values integrity.
If these traits are important to you, I know you will find a great agent to work with. But ultimately, I hope you will provide me an opportunity to be your trusted real estate resource!
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