Renee  Barrett-Gonzales

Renee Barrett-Gonzales

Sprout Realty

I speak: English

Renée Barrett-Gonzales is a domestic and international relocation specialist. For the past 20 years, she has perfected the ability to identify needs and provide solutions for her clients as they seek to relocate from around the globe to and within the greater Houston area. A licensed Realtor since 2001, she is a dedicated and driven professional who understands the connection between getting to know her clients well and serving them effectively.   A former paralegal, property and project manager, Renée has broad domestic and international experience that crosses multiple industries, including telecommunications, commercial real estate/facility build-out and oil and gas, and has worked with clients from Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Saudi, India, Venezuela, Mexico, Canada and US.   A self-described self-starter, she has cultivated her various careers from the ground up, and has developed processes and procedures where none existed and communicated with and trained personnel globally. Organized, driven, results oriented, and a strong negotiator, her expertise, integrity, passion and communications skills not only make her a good match for the real estate industry but also a good choice for potential home buyers.   Renée is a graduate of Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas with a Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Design. A native Houstonian, she is married and has two daughters. A lover of animals, her four-legged "children '' include one South African Boerboels and one munchkin cat.


2219 Sawdust Rd Ste 1201 , Sprint - TX 77380

Office: 1-832-857-3620

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