Viewpoints: James Krueger, Broker/Owner, Krueger Real Estate, Houston

by Houston Agent


James Krueger is the broker/owner of Krueger Real Estate in Houston.

Every week, we ask a Houston real estate professional for their thoughts on the top three stories from the week before. This week, we spoke with James Krueger, broker and owner of Krueger Real Estate. 

Houston Agent (HA): Presenting a home is an incredibly important part of cultivating the property’s appeal. What are some presenting tips you would give to younger agents?

James Krueger (JK): First impressions are crucial in real estate from your online presence to a potential buyer walking through the door. Professional, high quality photos and open house flyers, top notch staging advice and an online marketing blitz are just a few ways that Krueger Real Estate ensures the first impression is always a great one.

HA: How does Krueger make sure to stay ahead of Houston’s market?

JK: We have an amazing staff and team and a unique approach to the market. Our agency is focused around a core support team and amazing lead distribution system. Krueger Real Estate agents are backed by a full support staff that handles all the advertising and leads so their only focus is taking exceptional care of their clients. We distribute over 1,000 leads a month and are very exclusive in who we hire as an agent. We have comprised a team of phenomenal real estate agents who are service minded and are willing to go the extra mile to make sure Krueger Real Estate is consistently exceeding our client’s expectations.

We continue to look for amazing talent and posses all the tools to become fantastic agents but lack the business and lead generation, which is the hardest part. We take that stress out of the equation to allow the agent to excel in real estate. If you are interested in learning more about our team, contact us at:  713.364.4003.

HA: Houston home prices are pretty affordable, but if they continue gaining with the fervor of 2014, they could become overpriced, like Miami or San Francisco. Are you at all worried about this, and what does the future look like for middle class buyers in the area?

JK: I am not concerned about the home prices escalating. Houston is diverse and large companies are spread out and not centrally based downtown which allows middle class buyers the option to purchase in the city or live in the suburbs at a fraction of the cost.

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