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Honorary Houstonian Linda Brewer moved from Ohio to Houston when she was just nine years old. Decades later she considers the oak-lined neighborhoods and sprawling Texas highways her native city. After attending South Texas and University of Houston and continuing onto a flourishing administrative career, Linda began to explore her own childhood passion for real estate and discovered a talent for 360-degree sales. Designing, selling, staging, competitively negotiating and planning, Linda epitomizes the definition of a full-service agent. From orchestrating relocations for international clients to planning dream homes for growing families, Linda continues to be a top producer for Martha Turner Sotheby’s International Realty.
A creative thinker, Linda can see beyond brick and mortar and into the life of a house, including what it can be turned into and how it can be tailored for her buyer-clients or, for her sellers, staged to stand out from the crowd. The result? Her sellers' houses are competitively priced to move and her buyers often find a diamond in the rough.
When Linda is not helping clients find and sell homes, she enjoys a variety of philanthropies. Volunteer activities include singing in her church choir, past president of the Harris County Master Gardeners Association, current president of Aspen Club Homeowners Association, retired committeeman Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, and current member of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Horticulture Task Force. Recently, Linda was involved in designing the landscaping for a 10- acre park in her subdivision. Linda gives back in a way that echoes her process with residential real estate - through impactful and strategic beautification of her surroundings.
One of Linda’s commitments for 2013 is training for and completing the MS150 bicycle ride from Houston to Austin. In her rare leisure time, Linda also enjoys seeing plays and is a season ticket-holder at Houston Family Arts Center, gardening (organic veggies and fruit), reading, exercising, traveling, and hanging out with her grandchildren. She and her husband have three children and three grandchildren.