Our agents are known in their communities for their integrity and the exceptional level of service they provide.
Local Expertise. Global Connections.
The dynamic team of Thompson Richardson are Saint Louis natives, and as such, have quickly made themselves known as the go-to for success in real estate.
Elisabeth Thompson grew up in Ladue, and loves and believes in her city so much that she & her husband have lived in Clayton for the last twenty years, even sending their three children to Clayton Schools. Her career began in sales, so her natural strengths from her previous success as a Pharmaceutical Sales Rep, the St. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission, and an Account Executive with Busch Creative shine through now in her chosen career of Real Estate.
Molly Richardson is an alumnus of St. Joseph’s Academy, so her love and spirited attitude for her hometown is evident in her success. After earning her Journalism degree from the University of Missouri - Columbia, she briefly worked as a PR Specialist for Oscar Mayer (she drove the Weinermobile!), before joining St. Louis-based marketing agency Zipatoni Company Inc. Before transitioning to real estate, Molly worked in Media Sales selling corporate sponsorships for Fox Sports Midwest and Charter Communications. Molly currently resides in Ladue with her husband and four children.
Since launching their Real Estate career in 2016, the Thompson Richardson Team has quickly risen to the top, winning Rookies of the Year and boasting multi-million dollar sales in their first year of business in 2016, with career sales now over $30 million. Utilizing their previous sales experience they approach each transaction by understanding a client’s needs first, then developing a comprehensive plan to best sell that particular home. From coordinating service providers such as painters, cleaning companies, movers, and the final step of working with a stager to have the home fully market-ready. Elisabeth and Molly truly serve their clients from start to finish in the home selling process.