Luxury Homes and Real Estate - Sotheby’s International Realty

Houston, Texas

Bobby Frank is a second-generation Houstonian who has proudly watched Houston grow into the exciting, progressive, cosmopolitan city that it is today. Bobby’s comprehensive knowledge of Houston’s most desirable neighborhoods, coupled with his business acumen, has resulted in millions of dollars of successful real estate transactions for his clients, and has been especially valuable for those relocating to Houston. A licensed Texas real estate broker, Bobby works as a broker-associate with Martha Turner Properties and has been awarded the Martha Turner Properties Circle of Excellence for his outstanding production.

Bobby’s keen business sense enables him to find solutions for his clients and accomplish their real estate goals. His desire to be helpful and his expertise in residential real estate are a perfect blend. Bobby realizes that a home must fit the personality and lifestyle of its owner and takes great pride in making that perfect fit happen. His understanding of function and design is a true asset to anyone purchasing a home, and his honed marketing skills are especially beneficial for his sellers. Bobby’s philosophy is “Comprehensive service means satisfied clients.”

Bobby came to real estate after a successful career as president of his family’s nationally-known ladies’ designer apparel business. He is active in the arts and has served in leadership roles on boards of various charitable organizations. Bobby is most proud of being a co-founder of The Periwinkle Foundation, which provides children with cancer the opportunity to experience summer camp. He served as president of Musicfest (HSPVA Friends), which raises scholarships for the graduating seniors of the High School for Performing and Visual Arts.

A dedicated family man, Bobby and his wife Hilda have two daughters and sons-in-law, as well as four grandchildren, all of whom, he is happy to say, live in Houston. For additional information about Bobby, please watch his video, Robert Frank, at www.har.com .