Chamber Chat with Julie Fischer. Realtor Associate with Beth Wolff Realtors
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Julie has a strong knowledge of Houston neighborhoods enables her to assist clients with all their real estate needs. She is a strong believer in home ownership and is dedicated to finding the ideal property match for her clients. Julie is a member of the National Association of Realtors (NAR) and the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR). She has her Accredited Buyers Representative (ABR), Certified Negotiations Expert (CNE). Graduate Real Estate Institution (GRI) and Corporate Mobility Specialist designations as well as Dale Carnegie training.
Read more about Julie’s work with her clients and how developing lifelong relationships is a priority focus for her. She shares more about the tremendous benefits she has received as a member of the Chamber and how the connections she has helped her better serve her clients.
What is your 30-second “elevator speech” about what Beth Wolff Realtors does?
Fostering a team of professional agents who are dedicated to understanding Houston, its Greater Area, and the complexity of the local real estate market. Then, empowering all of our agents with tools and information to provide the very best level of customer service to our clients.
You are an expert in the Houston Real Estate market. What led you to focus on real estate as a career?
Real Estate is an ever changing industry allowing for interaction with people from all aspects of life. Every transaction is completely different and I am enthusiastic about our great city! Being an agent allows me to showcase so many of the fantastic things Houston has to offer and help others develop roots here and become a part of our community.
What do you think sets Beth Wolff Realtors apart from the competition?
The leadership of Beth Wolff and Ed Wolff offer superior knowledge of market trends, problem solving, and marketing strategy. They are engaged and supportive every day, and are involved in every transaction. This to me, is one of a kind and creates a unique dynamic that clients can truly appreciate.
What has been key to your success in real estate?
Honesty and Integrity have been pillars of my career and continue to guide me in all that I do. I have made it a point to try and expand my knowledge of the market every day and work diligently for each of my clients. Nothing can replace hard work and truly caring about the outcome of a transaction. I build lifelong relationships with my clients.
We are proud to call Beth Wolff Realtors one of our Chamber members. Why is it important that you are part of the Greater Houston LGBT Chamber?
Its important to me as a member of the LGBT community to support the chamber. The connections that I have made through my involvement are unparalleled. Not only are there so many great people involved, but many that I have met have improved my ability to serve my clients.
Why do you think it’s important for LGBTQ businesses to have a concentrated voice?
I think a successful business is created out of the foundation of collaboration and teamwork. Therefore, it is imperative each individual feel represented and involved.
Please tell us the value you receive from being a Chamber member.
I enjoy the networking opportunities, the classes offered which have enhanced my professionalism, and the connections with fellow professionals that support the LGBTQ community. I confidently refer clients to fellow members, knowing that they will be well cared for.
What’s the best advice you ever received as a business owner?
Don’t look for overnight success. It is through hard work and many failures that true success happens.
What's your favorite thing to do in HTX when you're not working?
My new passion is discovering/hiking the various trails around Houston and the surrounding areas. It is a lesser known part of our great city that we have so many parks and trails available to the public. In the Spring, I’ll be back to kayaking and exploring on the waterways.
Barbeque or Mexican, and where do you go for it?
How can you make someone decide between the two? For Barbeque – Gatlin’s (in Houston), Killen’s (in Pearland). For Mexican - Teotihuacan Mexican Café on Airline.
Anything else you want to mention about your business?
I am an Accredited Buyer’s Representative as well as Relocation Certified Specialist, helping corporate transferees relocate to and from the Houston Area. If you ever have questions about real estate, I am happy to be a resource.