Vicki Fincher Brown’s roots run deep in Houston – a plus for potential home buyers and sellers in the northern part of the city and in the Tomball area. A Realtor with a 57-year living history in Houston and a 22-year career as an interior designer, Vicki understands what constitutes an ideal suburb and home.
A lifelong business owner, Vicki brings her formula for success to each client, which includes hard work, focused attention and unwavering loyalty. She describes herself as grounded, conscientious, sensitive, eager and feisty (as needed). With a vocabulary that does not include “giving up” and “failure,” Vicki is committed to bringing the best of her skills and experience to helping sellers and buyers define and achieve their real estate dreams.
Vicki’s work ethic and customer service are deeply shaped by an entrepreneurial father who owned auto businesses, a community-minded mother for whom the Pearl Fincher Museum of Art is named, and a public-spirited sister who serves as the Texas State Representative for Champions area District 126.
One of nine children in such an active and close knit family (which has now grown to an extended family of 117), Vicki takes great pride in the acheivements of her immediate family that includes her husband of 40 years, their three children and 11 grandchildren. She also counts among her personal achievements her return to college at age 30 and earning a real estate license.
Possessed of a very charitable heart, Vicki likes to cook not only for her family but for others, particularly for those in need, or friends who are alone and have no children. Vicki is also active in a number of civic and charitable organizations, including The Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts, Northwest Assistance Ministries, The Centrum and the Northwest Forest Republican Women’s Club.