Native Houstonian, Cynthia Bigelow has enjoyed immense success in the real estate world for over 25 years. She has been one of Sotheby’s top 500 realtors with millions of dollars in closed sales. Prior to her real estate career, she received a Bachelor of Business degree from Sam Houston State University and began her association with Exxon Chemical Americas in sales. This experience gave her the professional tools with which to build a firm foundation as she embarked on her quest for excellence in real estate.
Named Rookie of the Year, it was evident from the beginning that real estate was the perfect fit for Cynthia. She applies her strong work ethic, self-discipline and extraordinary people skills to every aspect of her profession. A long-standing member of The Circle of Excellence at Martha Turner Sotheby’s International Realty and the prestigious Hall of Fame, Cynthia is known for her innate ability to keep a constant grasp on the ever changing landscape of Houston’s real estate market. Equipped to sell in all areas of Houston, she has vast expertise in Memorial, Tanglewood, River Oaks, West University and Spring Valley. Her extensive knowledge has proven to be a tremendous advantage for her clients and her impressive referral base is reflective of its importance.
Cynthia states that she is appreciative and humbled by the number of referrals she receives from friends, neighbors, and clients. Embracing her clients as family is her hallmark and has resulted in many becoming life-long friends. Comfortable with multi-tasking, she is a strong negotiator, highly ethical, a great communicator and extremely compassionate as it relates to service excellence. Over the years, her keen listening ear has contributed to remarkable production and truly sets her apart as one of the best of the best.
Giving back to her community is paramount for Cynthia and she supports a number of philanthropic and civic organizations. She is a past member of the Boards of Directors of the American Heart Association, the Ronald McDonald Guild and past president of The American Heart Association Guild. Awarded “Outstanding Volunteer Award” for child advocates, she presently serves on the Guild Board of Friends of Child Advocates as a director-at-large and is active with Victory of the American Cancer Society. She was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award from Spring Branch Independent School District for her exemplary volunteerism.
Cynthia has lived in the Memorial Villages with her three children for the last 23 years. She embraces the philosophy that business is secondary to the pride she feels regarding family. She enjoys playing golf, exercising and watching her son’s sports activities.