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Sue Coates

Sue Coates
Sue Coates lives life with a passion. Driven by her life-long motto, “Hard work breeds success,” she puts her all in everything she does to reap the sweetest rewards.

“I always hold myself to a high standard because I want to deliver nothing but the best in the work that I do. And in the business I’m in, that means helping my clients achieve their real estate goals,” Sue explains.

Keeping an upbeat and enthusiastic approach in her every endeavor, Sue has earned the trust and loyalty of numerous real estate clients in the Greater Houston area over the past three decades. Her versatility, patience, and tenacity have enabled her to sell homes in practically every corner of the metropolis – from The Woodlands to Fort Bend County, from the Inner Loop to the Memorial Villages. She has listed and sold properties ranging from condominiums to luxury estates.

Your reliable local expert

As a Houston resident for over 50 years, Sue adds a distinctive element to her personal brand of service – firsthand knowledge of the location, as well as of the diverse lifestyles that make each of the city’s neighborhoods unique.

If you’re looking for a home in the Houston area, trust Sue to give you the best options on the market to suit your needs and match your preferences. In addition to staying up to date with the latest inventory and market developments, Sue’s expert advice and reliable personal perspective will help you make the most out of living in and around the Houston area.

Professionalism with a genuine personal touch

On top of being a top-producing real estate professional, Sue is dedicated to her family and is an active member of the local community. She volunteered at the Texas Children’s Hospital. She was involved with the Museum of Natural Science. She also held leadership roles with the Del Monte Garden Club, Zeta Tau Alpha Bazaar, the Grady Middle School Parents and Teachers Organization, and the Sugar Creek Garden Club, where she served as president. To this day, Sue heads a team of volunteers working with cerebral palsy patients.