Whether assisting in buying or selling a home, Robin Segesta's commitment to her clients comes first. Robin recognizes the full potential in a house and understands the investment potential based on location, schools, neighborhoods and amenities. Drawing on years of education and professional experience in interior design, she prides herself on finding true value in homes others might look past.
"I understand the importance of buying in the best possible neighborhood, even if it means we take a 'diamond in the rough' and turn it into a dream home," she says.
Professional, organized, and detail-oriented, Robin thrives on building life-long relationships that lead to referrals and repeat business from a growing number of loyal, happy clients. Her attention to detail pays dividends for clients by helping them visualize the potential in their homes. Robin knows what it takes to get a house ready to go on the market. "Having designed show homes, model homes for builders, and staged homes for Realtors, I'm confident in my ability to get a house ready to sell," she says.
Having moved all her adult life, Robin has a true understanding of the local real estate market and relocation process. As a Texan since 2002 (moving from Chicago), Robin understands the importance of geographic, hyper-local expertise when it comes to selecting the right neighborhood and schools.
Trustworthy, hardworking, an excellent negotiator, and an excellent researcher who won't stop until she finds the perfect home for her clients, Robin loves working with people and is passionate about giving back to the community. "Giving back is my mantra," she says, and she volunteers for Dress For Success and the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo's Wine Sales Committee, benefitting college students in need. Outside of her family, Segesta is proudest of helping found Camp Kids Are Kids, a free sleepover camp for children with cancer. Married for more than 30 years, Segesta is the proud mother of two adult sons and is a greeter and volunteer with the women's ministry at The Woodlands United Methodist Church.