Shelly Hardy


(713) 385-8141


I moved to Houston in 1984 and have always loved the diverse culture the city has to offer. If you are moving here from another state, I would love to help you find an apartment and share with you all the things I love about Houston. I have been in real estate for 25 years and I truly love it. I decided to become a Realtor to help friends and family rent an apartment and then help them become first time homebuyers. I've helped many people go from being a renter to becoming an owner. I have a passion to please my clients and most become friends.

One client that stands out is a sweet young mother with three daughters. She came into my office with little money but urgently needed to rent an apartment. A friend of mine was managing a property down the street and she agreed to take a chance and help this young mother. She stayed in that small apartment for four years. She finished college and met a wonderful man and she came by my office to say goodbye before they moved to California. I was moved beyond words and knew real estate was a spiritual work that would bless me every day.

My favorite part of apartment locating is I can help people every single day. It’s safe to say I never meet a stranger. I feel there is nothing more important to an individual or family than having a safe place to call home. With my experience, knowledge, and desire to make finding an apartment as easy as possible, I know I am the apartment locator for you. Houston doesn’t have zoning laws so if you are new to the area, you will want to select an apartment locator that is familiar with the neighborhood you want to move. I take my role as your locator very seriously and I’m easily accessible throughout the entire process. Moving is stressful and if you are relocating here from out of state it’s even more difficult. I will put all your concerns to rest and work extremely hard to make this a fun experience for you and your family.


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