I don’t just sell Aviation Real Estate, I live it!

When my husband and I embarked on our journey to find an airpark home a decade ago, we searched all over Texas. My husband, an airline pilot, commuted to/from IAH once a week or less, so we could live just about anywhere. Problem was, even as an experienced real estate agent, I found it extremely difficult to find aviation properties.

I had lightbulb moment: What if I created a website showcasing Texas aviation listings? AV properties are uncommon and rarely categorized, my website design skills were limited, Texas is REALLY BIG, and I discovered that very few agents know how to assess/market these unique properties. In spite of the challenges, I was determined! After many months of research, education and exploration, I created livewithmyplane.com: a comprehensive resource of runway real estate throughout the state, organized by region and updated daily.

In addition my full-time real estate practice, I’ve devoted countless hours investigating AV properties, blogging about them, revising my website, posting on social media, and sending email updates to provide buyers the very latest Texas runway real estate listings…and sellers a successful, proven aviation property marketing plan.

Again, Texas is REALLY BIG! I work directly with buyers and sellers in the greater Houston area but, even with a private plane in our backyard, it’s impossible to fully serve clients all over our great state so I’ve resourced a network of professional Realtors® with runway real estate experience to assist pilots in every major market throughout the state.

Whether buying or selling, we’re grateful you’ve chosen to work with our Texas Aviation Real Estate Specialists!

Residential and commercial Texas aviation real estate including airport properties, airpark homes, hangars, and runway ranches.

American College of Real Estate, 1978
The University of Texas at San Antonio, BA 1983
Champions School of Real Estate, 2012

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