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1401 Woodlands Pkwy , The Woodlands - TX 77380
Office: 1-713-503-5451

About Brad & Jennifer Corekin

We're the Corekin Team and we specialize in Real Estate in North/Northwest Houston including Spring, The Woodlands, Tomball, Conroe, Magnolia, Montgomery, Cypress and surrounding areas. We are here to make your real estate experience pleasant and trouble free! We've been assisting homebuyers and sellers with their real estate needs since 1993.

As licensed real estate professionals, we know the real estate market and can help you find or sell a home. From investment real estate properties to resale homes, new construction homes to rentals, The Corekin Team has worked with many diverse buyers and sellers in a full spectrum of price ranges.


  • Over 37 Years of Combined Real Estate Experience


  • Over 140 Million Dollars in Real Estate Sold

  • Five Star Real Estate Agent Award (2011-2016) by Texas Monthly Magazine

  • Top 1% of Keller Williams Agents in Texas for listing units sold

  • Triple Gold Keller Williams Agent (2014-2016)

  • Top Listing Agent by HAR (Houston Association Of Realtors) (2010-2016)

  • BS in Marketing, University of Texas, Dallas

  • BA in Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Houston
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    ABR, Accredited Buyer Representative
    CLHMS - Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist
    CNHS - Certified New Home Specialist
    Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
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