Megan Anne Mangini

713-818-7625 | Email Agent

Moving to a strange city or unfamiliar place can be frustrating, scary and lonely. I know this as well as anyone as I have lived all over the United States, from California to New York and everywhere in between. Being able to find your safe haven in a new city is of the utmost importance. This is part of what makes me so passionate about real estate. I know the difficulty that comes with moving somewhere new so I truly enjoy guiding people through the process and helping them find their own safe haven. I pride myself on making the transition to Houston a seamless one for my clients.

I’ve enjoyed the experiences and knowledge that have come as a result of living all over, but I am a Houstonian at heart. As a 5th generation Houstonian, I have a strong understanding of the city and of what is important when looking for a home here. I can evaluate and assess your needs, whether you are completely new to the city or just looking for a change of scenery, and help put you in the right home.

My B.A. in Anthropology from the University of Delaware is something that I am especially grateful for. Studying anthropology allowed me to stop making assumptions about certain aspects of life and people. I feel that I can now look below the surface and paint a clearer picture of what life is like for someone and what they have available to them. This, in turn, has allowed me to better understand and relate to people on a more personal level, which has definite value in real estate as well as life as a whole.

Responsive, compassionate and understanding, I am more than willing to go above and beyond in catering to your underlying needs. Naturally driven to find solutions, I aspire to help you find the right home and the emotional security that comes with it. I am always happy to put a client in a new home, but even when the transaction is closed, I remain loyal to my clients and value the relationships formed during the process.

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