Stephanie Nelson Named Designated Broker for Sugar Land-Based Prime Properties
We’re proud to announce that Prime Properties Partner Stephanie Nelson is now adding the title of Designated Broker to her duties.
As the Designated Broker for Prime Properties, she will support the agents in the Sugar Land office and serve as supervising manager for the firm’s sponsored agents. Stephanie’s primary goal is to help Prime Properties’ current team of agents grow their individual businesses. Additionally, her long-term plan includes recruiting additional experienced agents to join the team, which will ultimately expand the bandwidth and enhance the expertise of the company.
“I have some really big shoes to fill,” says Stephanie. “Our founding broker, Mike Harness, served us with impeccable guidance and leadership from 2012 to 2019. I am inspired to carry on his work to support and grow our dedicated family of service-oriented professionals.”
The seasoned team of state-licensed agents of Prime Properties focus on serving home buyers and sellers across Fort Bend County, a community they each call home. The Sugar Land-based real estate company offers prime realtor services, superior real estate market knowledge, expert home purchase and sales negotiation skills and top-notch real estate marketing. They are dedicated to the motto: There’s good, better, best, and then, there’s PRIME.
About Stephanie Nelson
A life-long resident of Fort Bend County, Stephanie is a true-blue Texan! She graduated from Sugar Land’s Clements High School in 1989 before a short stint in Denton at the University of North Texas, where she received a degree in Hospitality Management.
When she married Damien Nelson in 1997, they naturally started their family here in Sugar Land. Two daughters and more than 20 years later, they still love to frequent Sugar Land Town Square for the community music, movies and holiday festivals.
Stephanie began her career in banking and then for Continental Airlines. Looking for a way to combine her background in financial services and customer service, she became a Realtor in 2002. She knew how much she would enjoy helping people embark on new stages of their lives. Guiding her clients through the process to a successful and satisfying sale is still her passion today.