BROKER/OWNER, PRESIDENT & CEO
As President and CEO, Robin Mueck has headed Heritage Texas Properties’ record-setting performance since the company’s creation in 1998 through the merger of House Hunters, Inc. and Zarr & Company, Realtors, and the subsequent acquisitions to form what is now Heritage Texas Properties, Houston’s largest independently owned agency, with 300+ sales agents and thirteen office locations throughout greater Houston and the near Texas Hill Country.
A native Houstonian, Mueck began her real estate career in 1976 and joined House Hunters, Inc. in 1986. She more than quadrupled the size and sales volume of the company once she became an owner in 1989. Mueck is known within the Houston real estate community for her marketing creativity and enthusiasm and her belief in the value of technology as a tool to facilitate the personal contact and relationships that are at the foundation of the real estate services industry. These factors, combined with her commitment to exceptional performance in everything she does, have greatly contributed to her personal and professional success.
Her commitment to success is shared with those around her. Agents confirm that Mueck creates an environment that encourages and supports their success through access to information, professional development, technology, and Mueck’s personal example. She shares with the community by contributing both time and money to many charitable causes. The Texas Congress of Parents and Teachers has recognized Mueck with an Honorary Life Membership.
Mueck served as 1997 Chairman of the Board of the Houston Association of Realtors®, one of the largest local affiliates of the National Association of Realtors in the nation. At that time, only the sixth woman to hold the top leadership position in HAR’s 86-year history, Mueck continues to play a very active role by serving on task groups and committees. She played a crucial role during a Texas legislative session as leader of the largest, most politically active group of Realtors in the state, and was instrumental in the creation of the new HAR Business Plan.
Mueck’s activities at the state level and the Texas Association of Realtors® include chairing numerous task force committees and serving as a director. In 2008, the Texas Association of Realtors presented her with their Strike Force Award for her outstanding contributions in promoting Texas Realtors’ grassroots success and protection of the rights of private property owners in Texas.
In April 2011, Mueck was honored by the Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce as the 2011 Breakthrough Woman in Real Estate, honoring trailblazers who have demonstrated amazing courage and leadership in reaching their career goals. She was the President of the Board of Trustees for The Women’s Fund where she was recently honored for her work in promoting health education for working women. She also served on the Executive Board of Trustees of CanCare and chaired their Hope at Work fundraiser. She is a Board Member of the Nancy Owens Memorial Foundation, which supports breast cancer research, and currently serves on the Greater Houston Partnership’s Executive Women’s Partnership. Mueck was a previous appointee to the Mayor’s Office on Women’s Issues and received a Mayoral Appointment to the Executive Committee for Houston’s 2012 Olympic bid. She chaired the Spring Branch Independent School District 2005 Crystal Apple Awards honoring teachers across the city. She and her husband we
At the national level, Mueck chaired the Risk Reduction Task Force and is a former director for the National Association of Realtors®. In March 2000, the National Association of Realtors acknowledged Mueck with the coveted Omega Tau Rho Medallion of Service recognizing her for outstanding leadership contributions to the real estate community. In 2001, Mueck was honored by the YWCA as the “Woman of the Year” in the real estate industry, chosen from a citywide field of candidates, and in 2004, as well as 2006, the Houston Association of Realtors honored her with the John E. Wolf Citizenship Award for her charitable work outside the real estate industry.
In 2008, she was named as one of the Top 100 Most Influential Women in Real Estate by National Realty News, a national online news source geared to professional real estate agents. Valued for her leadership, Mueck is frequently invited to serve on panels or be a featured speaker at local and national industry conferences, most recently at the annual Leading Real Estate Companies of the World tm(LRE) conference in 2011 at which Heritage was named the 2010 Most Innovative Brokerage.
She has been married to Jerry for over 29 years, is the mother of two children, Colby and Jaclyn, and the very proud grandmother of Mason.