10 Houston Real Estate Agents Selling the Inner Loop's Most Notable Neighborhoods by Homelight
Once the official seat of the Texas government, Houston has a new title: the capital of southern cool. The city’s Inner Loop includes a cluster of vibrant, eclectic communities as unique as the properties within them. These neighborhoods’ cultural clout and proximity to Houston’s bustling downtown gives local homeowners an edge when it’s time to stake a ‘for sale’ sign on the front lawn.
Yet savvy sellers know it takes more than a yard sign to sell a home. In an area where architecture, pricing, and ambiance vary block by block, it takes an experienced hand and local know-how to turn your ‘for sale’ sign to ‘sold’.
We curated a list of the top 10 real estate agents with expertise in the most notable Inner Loop neighborhoods. With each agent profile, we detail their specialties, along with tips on how to snag a top-dollar home sale.
Steven Kinne Years of experience: 17 Transactions: 1225 Neighborhood specialties: Heights, Shady Acres, Oak Forest Typical listings: Kinne’s listings sell 47% faster than the average Houston agent, thanks in part to savvy marketing; he hires a staging consultant and pro photographer for every listing. Kinne’s recent Inner Loop sales include a 1920s Houston Heights bungalow and a 3-story Timberbrook townhouse. Top tip for Inner Loop sellers: Kinne advises Inner Loop sellers to get rid of anything that would distract buyers from the house. “Declutter. Donate. Sell. Give away,” suggests Kinne. He tells his clients to remove clutter from closet shelves and style the space like a boutique, arranging clothes hangers two inches apart. Organize pantry items for an appealing presentation. And don’t forget the exterior. “I want your outdoor space looking like a home and garden magazine,” Kinne says.
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