Lynnette Crocker has always loved working with people and houses, and selling residential real estate is a natural for her. In her previous career as a geologist,
Lynnette traveled the globe and worked with people from many different cultures, an experience that well-equips her to assist clients in an international business hub such as Houston. She also worked as an environmental geologist which gave her valuable insights into many “green” issues that can affect a property sale.
Lynnette focuses her sales in close-in neighborhoods, including the Heights, Garden Oaks, Oak Forest, and Spring Branch; Rice Military; Upper Kirby and Montrose/Midtown; Eado; and West University. She reads and writes Spanish and speaks it conversationally, a plus as Houston becomes increasingly bilingual.
A resident of the Heights area, Lynnette supports her community by volunteering at a local nonprofit coffee shop where sales benefit victims of human trafficking. “I have learned to make coffees that are not completely embarrassing and now they use me to cook in the kitchen all the time,” she admits.
Born in Oklahoma, Lynnette grew up on a farm near Tulsa and, as an adult, has lived all over the United States before settling in Houston. She holds bachelor and master’s degrees in geology from the University of Texas at El Paso. When not working, Lynnette enjoys spending time with her family and friends, trying new restaurants, drinking great wine, gardening, cooking, and, of course, traveling.