Nicole Evans transitioned into her real estate career after 20-plus years in retail management. “I think very quickly on my feet, and I always have a plan B, C, and D just in case,” Nicole says. “I’ve learned to handle stress and tough situations with calm and grace.”
A Houstonian since the age of three, Nicole grew up in northwest Houston and graduated from Westfield High School. She built a solid, successful career in the retail industry but after two decades, was ready for a change. One of her customers shared her own journey as a successful entrepreneur and Nicole was inspired to build on her experience to create a new career in residential real estate sales.
Nicole has lived all over the Houston area, including the suburbs of Cypress, Tomball, Spring, and The Woodlands. She is most conversant with the Galleria area, where she lives, and the traditional neighborhoods inside the 610 Loop.
When not working, Nicole enjoys attending sporting events, discovering new restaurants and spending time with family and friends. Nicole is active in giving back by Running for a Reason for both the American Cancer Society and the March of Dimes charity running team. She has run the AMC Houston Half Marathon twice in honor and remembrance of her friends and family.
Nicole was born in Oklahoma City but has established roots in Houston. She hails from a musical family; her father is a piano technician and musician; her brother, a third generation piano technician earned a master’s degree in piano performance from the Rice University Shepherd School of Music; and her aunt received her doctorate in organ performance from the Shepherd School of Music.
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