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Realtor builds on materials background to aid clients.

Published by the Houston Chronicle “Realtor of the Week” 2012

Mike Davis is very content in his successful real estate practice, where he lists and sells homes in and around The Woodlands.

In addition to working in The Woodlands, Davis lives there in the village of Creekside Park with his wife Monique and their two sons. Davis said living in The Woodlands and working there were the best decisions he ever made.

“I Love The Woodlands. It has everything to offer people, from restaurants, shopping, medical facilities and much more,” said Davis.

A native Houstonian who grew up in the Memorial area, Davis is comfortable selling homes all over greater Houston, which is helpful when he is working with relocation clients. His specialization covers neighborhoods from northwest Houston to The Woodlands, Cypress and the Lake Conroe area, including Spring and Tomball.

Davis, who is relocation certified, has worked with many people relocating into and out of greater Houston. And with ExxonMobil’s announcement it will move to a new complex on a 385-acre, wooded site at the intersection of I-45 and Hardy Toll Road, Davis said ExxonMobil’s employees are searching for homes in The Woodlands and other nearby areas.

One of the benefits for clients working with Davis is his knowledge of the construction and finishes in homes. Before starting his real estate practice, he sold building materials and held a record for having sold 6,000 mahogany front doors in one year.

“If I see a problem in a home’s construction that needs to be addressed, I will inform my clients and let them decide if they want to proceed in purchasing the home. And when my clients are the sellers, I also will point out flaws in the construction of their home so it can be taken into consideration prior to a sale,” said Davis, who stays in close contacts with his clients throughout their transactions.

“I’ve always told selling clients if a home is in good condition and priced right, it will sell. One of the best things I can do for sellers is market their home well.

Davis is at the stage in his career where much of his business is derived from referrals and repeat business from clients, which is a direct result from the excellent service he performs for all of his clients.

 

AGENT KNOWS CITY INSIDE, OUTSIDE LOOP 610

Published by the Houston Chronicle “Realtor of the Week” 2011

At times people ask Mike Davis, a top producing Realtor, about how good business really is and he always says, “What you put into it is what you get out of it.”

Having been licensed as a Texas real estate agent for 18 years, Davis knows what it takes to build a successful business in the sale of residential properties in all types of markets. He is a proponent of doing anything possible to remain active in his profession.

His main objective is to meet people and develop relationships, always being honest with them. Davis has met a lot of prospective home buyers while conducting open houses, and networking in business and social functions.Of course, Davis developed his business by offering excellent customer service, which brought repeat business and referrals. Prior to becoming a realtor, Davis sold all types of building materials, thus enhancing his knowledge of construction and finishes in homes. Davis found anything that involves the building of houses he tended to favor, driving him more toward developing a real estate practice.

Knowing marketing his listings is of utmost importance to him.  His practice covers northwest Houston from Cypress to Lake Conroe, including Spring and Tomball.

Davis has sold a lot of homes in The Woodlands, where he resides with his wife Monique and their two young sons. Working and living in The Woodlands have been ideal for Davis and his family. He said moving there was the best choice he ever made, describing it as “truly a master-planned community that has everything people need.”

A native Houstonian, Davis knows the city of Houston inside and outside of Loop 610. He grew up in Memorial and often sells homes outside his normal areas of specialization. His familiarity with Houston comes in handy when Davis is working with relocation clients.

I listen to my clients, and I always am available for them. My focus is to go above and beyond in what I say I am going to do, and I negotiate on my clients’ behalf at all times.” said Davis, a top producer in residential sales and has continued to increase his business.