Formerly an agent assistant to a high-performing top producing Realtor, Agelia M. Pérez Márquez perfected her already formidable customer service skills and learned how to enhance her considerable talents in that position. Agelia’s clients can always count on her to pay close attention to detail, deliver on promises, and make every client’s experience of buying or selling a home go as smoothly as possible while treating every client as if they were her own family.
With intelligence married to enthusiasm, she inherited her excellent work ethic from her father, who hired her to work (when she was fifteen) keeping books and making payroll for his fence business in the summers. Prior to her career as a Realtor, Agelia was a civic manager for six years, helping to manage several well established inner loop neighborhoods, all of which helped familiarize her with those neighborhoods and their deed restrictions, individual homes, and their owners.
Experienced at preparing a home for the market and finding the right home for a buyer, she is an excellent negotiator who is willing to be creative and original to solve problems. In fact, a few clients and associates have commended her “force of nature” commitment to making things happen and getting them done. Dependable, conscientious, and determined, she is compelled to action by her desire to do the absolute best she can for her clients and her community.
A graduate of The High School for Performing and Visual Arts, Agelia is the consummate volunteer, working tirelessly for an array of nonprofit organizations in the arts and education. She is Chairman of the Board of Directors of Karen Stokes Dance; serves on the Board of VOX-The Rob Seible Singers; is on the Advisory Council of The University of Texas Briscoe Center for American History; and is a member of the Advisory Board (and former Board of Trustees member) of HSPVA Friends. A gardening enthusiast, she is Chair of both Trees for Avondale and Trees for East Montrose. She has been %u21CInside Avondale%u21D co-editor, and a Past President of both East Montrose Civic Association and Old Braeswood Property Owners Association.
That’s probably why Agelia’s two grown daughters, Leslie and Kathryn, of whom Agelia is most proud, call her “The President of Everything.”