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Native Houstonian Cynthia Bigelow understands the importance of being in the right place at the right time armed with the right market knowledge. A member of the Martha Turner Sotheby’s International Realty Circle of Excellence and the Hall of Fame, Cynthia began her real estate career at Martha Turner Properties more than 22 years ago and rapidly rose to the top tier within the company of top producers. With her enviable grasp of the Houston residential marketplace, honed negotiating skills, ability to focus, company leadership, and outstanding community involvement, she has built an enviable network of loyal clients who would never use anyone else for their real estate needs and refer her to their family and friends.
Cynthia has never been a “part-time” Realtor and her business plan has always been long-term. A native Houstonian, she graduated from Sam Houston State University with a bachelor of business degree. After working for Exxon Chemical Americas doing inside and outside sales, Cynthia earned her real estate license in 1989 and joined Martha Turner Properties now Martha Turner Sotheby’s International Realty. She is a consummate professional who is also the mother of three children and understands that a real estate transaction is more than buying or selling property for families in transition. It means changing lifestyles - schools, recreation, neighbors, service providers, and even grocery stores –and Cynthia addresses these concerns with her clients. She is especially aware of the requirements of clients who are relocating into or out of the Houston area.
Giving back to her community is paramount for Cynthia and she supports a number of philanthropic and civic organizations. She is a past member of the boards of directors of the American Heart Association, the American Heart Association Guild, and the Ronald McDonald Guild. Cynthia presently serves on the Guild Board of Friends of Child Advocates as a director-at-large and is active with Victory of the American Cancer Society. She was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award from Spring Branch Independent School District for her exemplary volunteerism.