“My clients’ homes may be their largest asset,” says Cynthia Wolff. “At Beth Wolff Realtors, we appreciate that our clients depend on their purchase or sale transaction to build the future and that no decision is more important. I give the interests of my clients my highest priority and provide exceptional marketing; informed, responsive communication; and most importantly, successful results.”
Cynthia grew up surrounded by the real estate business. Her mother, Beth Wolff, founded and remains Chairman and CEO of Beth Wolff Realtors, and her brother Ed Wolff is company President. Cynthia earned her Texas real estate license after completing high school. She graduated from the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane and the Paul M. Herbert School of Law at Louisiana State University. As an attorney licensed in Texas and Louisiana, Cynthia successfully closed residential and commercial real estate transactions for more than 20 years, equipping her with invaluable experience, a diverse skill set, and unique problem-solving capabilities as a Realtor. Cynthia chose a career in real estate to assist people in building their futures, and it is fulfilling to work in the family business. No transaction is more important!
During a Houston childhood spent in Briargrove and the Memorial area, Cynthia acquired first-hand working knowledge of the city’s traditional neighborhoods, particularly Tanglewood, West University, the Museum District, and River Oaks. She also knows and appreciates the established neighborhoods in Sugar Land and The Woodlands. Community-minded and an active volunteer, her philanthropic and civic commitments include the arts, education, and city planning commissions. Cynthia currently lives off Allen Parkway in the River Oaks Area.