Since becoming a realtor in 1998, Bill Baldwin has sold over $369 million worth of properties. This success, and passion for real estate is what allowed him, in 2008, to acquire the only firm he has ever worked for: an independent Heights-based firm now known as Boulevard Realty. The firm has followed the success of Baldwin, with well over $1 Billion in sales since its founding in 2008.
In 2015, Boulevard Realty ranked:
44th out of 3,798 Houston real estate firms in total sales.
In the top 10 real estate firms selling inside the loop.
As broker/owner of Boulevard Realty, Baldwin has remained committed to both sides of that title. As an owner, he has recognized the importance of filling the needs of agents who not only work all over Houston, but in Galveston as well. This led to the grand opening of a Kirby office in 2013 and a Galveston office in 2015, both of which are renovated historic properties. As a broker, he is exceptionally active in building a resourceful and engaged sales force. In the last ten years, Baldwin is in the top 15 out of 17,000+ inner loop realtors in total sales. Over that same period, he ranks in the top 10 agents selling single-family homes inside the loop.
Boulevard Realty prides itself on being an independent real estate firm and doesn't underestimate the importance of that distinction. As an independent firm, Boulevard Realty is wholly committed to thinking and acting locally with a passionate Houstonian at the helm. Baldwin's commitment to the city exudes through numerous volunteer commitments throughout the years, including serving as President of the Houston Heights Association, sitting on the board for the Houston Epilepsy Foundation, co-chairing the AIDS Foundation Houston's World AIDS Day Luncheon, and most recently, being named to the City of Houston Planning Commission.
Today, Boulevard Realty is redefining the value of a realtor. The firm has 65+ agents,
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