Fourth-generation Houstonian Ed Wolff grew up watching his mother, Beth Wolff, build a world-class residential real estate business. After college at Louisiana State University (LSU), Ed joined the family firm and learned the ropes, working his way up to president of the company. Today, Ed and Beth preside over Beth Wolff Realtors®, one of Texas’ most successful residential brokerages and respected mother-son enterprises. Whether it’s new construction, townhouses, or luxury homes, Ed 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 expertise through talks at real estate seminars and meetings in many different countries.
As a director and spokesperson for FIABCI-USA, the American Chapter of the International Real Estate Federation, he promoted his hometown and the USA in cities around the globe and was instrumental in bringing the World Congress of FIABCI to Houston in 2004. An active promoter and supporter of the professional real estate community, Ed has served on the Houston Association of Realtors® (HAR) and Texas Association of Realtors® (TAR) boards of directors, and is a past chair of TREPAC (Texas Association of Realtors® in Political Action Committee), and contributes his expertise to HAR Governmental Affairs. Ed has received several awards and recognitions including the HAR 2008 John E. Wolf Citizenship Cup Award and HAR 2010 REALTOR of the Year.
Houston Business Journal recognized him with its “40 Under 40” award, presented to Houston’s top 40 business people under the age of 40 who excel in their industries and show dynamic leadership in their community. Beth and Ed share fascinating family history. Their family was established in Texas during Mexican colonial times when an ancestor received a land grant from the Mexican government and has been an influential presence in the business and civic affairs of Houston since the 1880s.