Texas originally licensed Kathi Frank to practice real estate agency in 1975. It was a natural fit for her from the beginning. She possesses an unusual ability to listen to what people are saying with her heart as well as her hearing. That skill has led her down the path of becoming a top-producing agent in The Woodlands, Texas and into many leadership roles.From Local Chapter President to Texas District VP and member of the National Budget committee, Kathi showed years of dedication to the Womens Council of Realtors. She earned designations from the Accredited Buyer Representative, Leadership Training Graduate, Performance Management Network, Real Estate Cyberspace Society and many others. Too numerous to list, Kathi has been a contributing author in real estate related publications on the local, state and national levels. Most recently, the National Association of REALTORS (NAR) has certified Kathi as an ePro – the only technology related certification by NAR.
In 2006, Kathi enrolled in professional training with Coach Institute and found that many of her personal practices in real estate agency neatly dovetailed with the principles taught in life coaching. As a contributor to a new book series, you will find her chapters in Top Coaches Share Extreme Self-Care Strategies and Top Coaches Share Personal Power Strategies. Both of these books are available for download FREE. Click here to purchase Volume 3, Top Coaches Share their Personal Action Strategies.
Known to many as the TechieMomma, she believes that real estate buyers and sellers deserve to have representation from a seasoned, knowledgeable professional who is also willing to adapt to the new technology. Kathi is constantly learning and bringing that experience to meet her clients.
Her latest book is “PROFIT FROM TECHNOLOGY – A Guide for TODAY’s Real Estate Agent” is now available. It was written with 8 other leading real estate professionals from across the United States and Canada.
“Every Thursday at noon, Kathi hosts a local radio show about her community. Found at www.TheWoodlandsTalk.com, she invites her listeners to come to the website or to call to join the show at (646) 929-0726. Guest interviews are featured each week. Topics range from political updates to opinions from parents or students. You may hear from a leader in a corporation or in a local non-profit/civic organization. The purpose is to create community and communication within The Woodlands and surrounding communities. Everyone is invited to take part.”