Renee Eiband has been a real estate broker for over thirty years with a background in both commercial and residential real estate. Her training began at the Neeley School of Business at TCU with a concentration in real estate Investment and finance. A top producer, she is known for the extraordinary service that she and her business partner, Katie Roberts, deliver to their clients. Her desire to help people led her to concentrate on residential real estate. “Helping someone find a home, a place to begin their lives in their community is very rewarding. It is bigger than just a house; it is where people make friends and make history for themselves and their families.”
She was named at the beginning of her career in residential real estate by Fort Worth Magazine as a “Realtor on the Rise” and has also received the Fort Worth Business Press “Best in Customer Service.” What is important to Renee is that her clients receive an experience they want to repeat and pass on to their friends and family. Renee and Katie have developed a strong business based on the referrals of friends and past clients.
Her passion for finding homes for “four legged clients” is also well known. Renee has been a volunteer for the Humane Society of North Texas for the past eight years. Volunteering, fostering and re-homing over 100 dogs, she has raised awareness for the plight of unwanted pets in North Texas.
She has also become involved in the last two years with a Fort Worth initiative in a blighted area of the city, known as Las Vegas Trails. Her work there for the homeless and disenfranchised has helped raise awareness, manpower and financial resources for the residents in this west Fort Worth community.
The book by Jim Collins, Good to Great, is how Renee lives her life. Trying to leave everyone and everything better than how she found them.