Beth has been appointed to serve the City of Houston on a variety of committees by five different mayors, most recently as a member of the Planning Commission. She has held chair positions with the Houston Association of Realtors® (HAR), Leadership Houston, Keep Houston Beautiful, and Opportunity Houston, in addition to serving on the boards of the Better Business Bureau, Greater Houston YMCA, and the Greater Houston Partnership. Beth is also a founder of the Women’s Political Forum and former president of the River Oaks Business Women’s Exchange Club.
Her numerous accolades include a Lifetime Achievement award for Women in Business from the Houston Business Journal, Extraordinary Philanthropy award from Who's Who in Luxury Real Estate, HAR’s Presidential Citation and John E. Wolf Citizenship Cup, YWCA of Houston’s Outstanding Woman in Real Estate, Texas Executive Women’s Woman on the Move, Houston Chamber of Commerce’s Life Member Award, Houston Business Journal‘s Who’s Who in Real Estate, Unique Homes Magazine’s Outstanding Megabroker and DBA Magazine’s Business Professional of the Year. She is a recipient of NCJW’s Faith and Humanity Award and was inducted into the Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame and the Junior Achievement Hall of Achievement.
Also remarkable is Beth’s determination to establish a firm at a time when female-owned businesses were in short supply, and the newly divorced mother – solely responsible for raising and supporting her two young children – ventured on this path to provide for her family.
Ed Wolff joined the family firm immediately after college graduation in 1993 and now serves as company president. In addition to his acumen in the sphere of residential real estate, he oversees the agency’s commercial real estate efforts and manages relationships with builders and multifamily developers.
Real estate is in Ed’s blood, making it apropos that he served as director and spokesperson for FIABCI-USA, the American Chapter of the International Real Estate Federation, and was instrumental in bringing its World Congress to Houston. An active promoter and supporter of the professional real estate community, he has served on the Houston Association of Realtors® (HAR) and Texas Association of Realtors® (TAR) boards of directors. He regularly contributes to HAR Governmental Affairs and was past chair of TREPAC (TAR Political Action Committee).
Ed has received a number of awards and recognitions including Houston Business Journal’s 40 Under 40, plus HAR’s John E. Wolf Citizenship Cup Award and HAR Realtor® of the Year. From new construction and townhouses to multi-million-dollar homes and hi-rise condos, he enjoys assisting buyers and sellers throughout Houston and beyond. He holds the Certified Relocation Professional (CRP) and Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) designations and is often called upon to share his aptitude through talks at real estate seminars and meetings around the world. He often likes to say, “we’re not just selling homes, we’re selling lifestyles.”