Sally Beck is a licensed real estate agent with Better Homes and Gardens Gary Greene - Champions Office. Her primary market focus is in residential real estate in northwest Houston, where she has been a resident for the past 25 years. Before entering the field of real estate in 2004, Sally spent a number of years in the corporate world in managerial and executive capacities in banking, investment banking and in the energy business. It's her extensive business experience and financial knowledge that her real estate clients really appreciate. This translates into a high degree of professionalism, clear communication and strong negotiating skills that make real estate transactions smooth for her clients. Sally says that her entry into real estate was destined to happen. With an undergraduate degree in Marketing and an MBA with a concentration in finance and real estate (both from The University of Texas at Austin), she is pleased to be able to combine this academic background with her years of business experience and her love of homes. As she says, she has never passed up the opportunity to stop when she sees an Open House sign. She has enjoyed meeting and working with wonderful clients as she has built a very successful real estate practice. When she is not working with clients, she enjoys time with her family - a son, who is in high school, and two grown daughters who have graduated from college and are living and working in Houston. She and her husband share a love of homes, and with his background as a residential contractor, they enjoy working on upgrades and updates to their home. They also love sailing, and try to participate in sailing regattas with friends as often as they can. Sally's knowledge of the northwest Houston community comes from her long time tenure there as a resident as well as through her involvement as a volunteer. She continues as a parent volunteer in schools through Klein ISD, and she has been an active community volunteer through her membership in National Charity League and Junior League. She also currently serves an an officer of Project GRAD USA, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to turning around low performing high schools across the country.