Peggy Powers

Third-generation Houstonian Peggy Dorrance Powers brings more than 50 years of experience in the residential real estate field. Peggy possesses a loyal clientele who would never use anyone else for their real estate needs and who refer her to their family and friends. Superior market knowledge, service beyond the call of duty and listening closely to the needs of her buyers and sellers make Peggy one of Houston’s most outstanding real estate professionals.

Peggy hails from a family whose roots go deep into Houston’s built environment. In 1903, her grandfather John Dorrance built the Dorrance Building at 114 Main Street. Peggy’s uncle, Donald Hall, built a number of famous Houston buildings including the Warwick Hotel (Hotel ZaZa). Peggy grew up in Houston’s Broadacres neighborhood near Rice University. She is a graduate of Southern Methodist University where she earned a degree in sociology and was a member of the sociology honor society. Prior to her career in residential real estate, Peggy founded the Invitation Service of Houston and worked as a representative for Lester K. Henderson who specialized in children’s photographs.

Peggy has been a dedicated volunteer for most of her life and enjoys staying active in the community. Her many service projects for The Junior League of Houston included the JLH admissions committee and the board of the Houston Museum of Natural Science, for which she served as chair. Peggy is an active member of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church and enjoys spending time with her large Houston family and many friends.