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About Prime Properties Sugar Land Realtors

Sugar Land Realtors at Prime Properties Prime Properties was born out of a desire by our founding group of Sugar Land Realtors to better serve the Fort Bend County area real estate buyers and sellers. Our Sugar Land based real estate company offers prime realtor services, superior real estate market knowledge, expert home purchase and sales negotiation skills, and and top notch real estate marketing. We believe in quality, personal attention to our real estate clients, and home buying and selling solutions tailored to the specific needs of each customer. At Prime, our Sugar Land realtors have many years of successful Fort Bend County area real estate transactions and have made a commitment to providing the best service, every time. There’s good,  better,  best, and then, there’s PRIME. Call one of our first class Sugar Land Realtors today to see how we can exceed your Fort Bend County Real Estate needs.

Prime Agents

Stephanie Nelson

Partner, Broker, ABR, CNE, GRI 832.752.3509 Stephanie@PrimePropertiesTX.com

Stephanie is the Broker of record for Prime Properties, LLC. She has lived in Sugar Land since her childhood in 1976. This extensive knowledge of the area, along with her many years of experience handling Sugar Land real estate (since 2002), strong negotiation skills, and an approachable demeanor make her an ideal agent representative for those looking to buy or sell a home in the Sugar Land, TX or the greater Fort Bend County area. Stephanie serves as a Founding Partner and Reator for Prime Properties. full bio+

Sugar Land Realtors - Stephanie Nelson's Past Sugar Land Real Estate TransactionMike Harness Star Rating as Presented by HAR Survey

Sherry Miles

Sherry Miles

Partner, Realtor, CLHMS 832.978.5936 Sherry@PrimePropertiesTX.com

Sherry serves Prime Properties as a Founding Partner and Realtor and has many years experience serving the Sugar Land real estate market. Prior to Real Estate, her experience in the banking industry as a local bank president and working with the FDIC, honed her skills to help people navigate the waters of some of their most important financial transactions. This love of service has carried over into her Real Estate career. full bio+

Sugar Land Realtors - Sherry Miles' Past Sugar Land Real Estate TransactionSherry Miles Sugar Land Realtors Star Rating as Presented by HAR Survey

Sahar Mutammara Realtor

Sahar Mutammara

Broker, ABR, GRI 281.413.8224 Sahar@PrimePropertiesTX.com

Sahar Mutammara is an accredited broker and real estate agent at Prime Properties, located in Sugar Land, Texas. Sahar was raised in the Middle East and moved to the United States to attend Baylor University. She later relocated to Houston, where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Houston. full bio+

 Sugar Land Realtors - Stephanie Nelson's Past Sugar Land Real Estate TransactionSahar Mutammara's Star Rating as Presented by HAR Survey

Nada Hammoud Realtor

Nada Hammoud

Realtor 832.612.0272 Nada@PrimePropertiesTX.com

Though born and raised in Lebanon, Nada Hammoud grew up to think of the world as her oyster. Educated in the French system, she went on to earn a degree in Psychology from the American University of Beirut. She embarked on a whirlwind tour of the world in 1999 with her husband. His involvement in the oil industry led them to live in different places in Asia, Middle East, and Europe while still maintaining Houston-Texas as their home base. full bio+

Sugar Land Realtors - Stephanie Nelson's Past Sugar Land Real Estate Transaction

David ValadeDavid Valade

Realtor ph.713.202.7586 david@primepropertiestx.com

Prime Properties David Valade gets right to the point. David is a second generation Houstonian with southern charm and class. He maintains strong relationships and ties to the largest community developers, home builders, title companies, home inspectors, contractors and surveyors… full bio+

Sugar Land Realtors - Stephanie Nelson's Past Sugar Land Real Estate Transaction

Amy McInnis

Realtor 832-620-5579 Amy@AmyMcInnis.com




Sugar Land Realtors - Stephanie Nelson's Past Sugar Land Real Estate Transaction

Debi Summersett

Debi Summersett

Realtor 713.576.9453 DebiSumm@Yahoo.com




Sugar Land Realtors - Stephanie Nelson's Past Sugar Land Real Estate Transaction

Mike Harness

Mike Harness


Mike is a founding Partner of Prime Properties. He has retired from commercial real estate and still serves Prime Properties with a leadership role providing valuable knowledge and experience to the team. Before serving as Broker for Prime, Mike also served as Broker and Team Leader for The Sugar Land Real Estate Team at Keller Williams Realty, Southwest where he recruited, trained, consulted and mentored a very successful team of 30+ Sugar Land Realtors over a 16 year period. His current Prime Properties Partner’s, Stephanie Nelson and Sherry Miles, were two of those former team members.
Sugar Land Realtors - Stephanie Nelson's Past Sugar Land Real Estate Transaction

Buying a Home News

  • The COVID-19 virus has changed how we socialize, grocery shop, almost everything…including conducting business. Protecting the health of our buyers, sellers and agents is our top priority at Prime Properties, so we’ve made some significant changes to ensure that home buying and selling continues to be a safe process for all parties involved. Check out this Q&A with Prime Properties’ Broker, Stephanie Nelson to learn what important measures we’re taking. Q: How are residential real estate showings being conducted during the global Covid-19 pandemic? Prime Properties agents are offering virtual showings. In a virtual showing, the buyer’s agent goes to the house alone and Facetimes or Skypes the buyer for a personal tour of the home. They describe the features of the house and its condition, answering questions along the way. After the showing, they can even provide the video record of the call. If the buyer likes the video virtual tour, the agent will schedule an in-person tour of the home. Prime Properties agents are also getting professional videos made of their listings to include on the MLS so buyers can do a walk-through tour online before they have their agent do a Facetime or Skype video. We are including more photos with our listings as well. Q: What changes have occurred to in-person buyer showings since COVID-19? The first thing we do before we meet with anyone face to face is to do a brief interview to ensure that they are not experiencing symptoms, haven’t been exposed to people that are, and haven’t recently traveled outside the US. We don’t want to risk exposing our buyers, sellers or agents. We are asking buyers to not bring children inside the house. We ask they stay in the car and have one parent at a time tour the home while the other parent waits with the kids. This is an effort to control the number of people inside a home. We need to take extra precautions with occupied homes and want to protect both buyers’ children and sellers’ children by making sure nothing inside the home is touched. Sometimes children just can’t help themselves! So, to be careful, it’s best not to bring the kids, if possible. We are asking sellers to turn on all the lights inside the home and make sure blinds are open as well as closet doors. That way buyers or agents don’t have to touch anything while they are inside the home. We are also asking sellers to provide gloves to the buyers if possible. Masks, gloves and shoe covers will all help with the spread of bacteria. Sellers or agents can also use Clorox wipes to wipe down the front door handle, stair railings and counters after a showing. Q: How has the lending process been affected? Appraisals are taking longer. I’ve seen it take over four weeks in some cases. That, in turn, pushes back closing times back. Everyone needs to be more flexible and understand that everyone is doing the best they can during these times. Lenders are verifying employment right before closing. With so many losing their jobs because of the Corona virus, job security is an issue right now with mortgage lending. Mortgage interest rates are low right now, but I’m hearing some lenders aren’t locking in rates until the file is ready for underwriting. Rates are fluctuating a lot right now. Q: How are the title companies handling closings? If a buyer is able to pay with cash, some title companies are doing closings virtually, using DocuSign. This cuts down on the need for in-person closings. However, the lender requires “wet” signatures on some of the paperwork, so in some cases, buyers and sellers do need to sign in person. I saw on the news, one title company is conducting closings through a drive through bank window, so the escrow officer and buyer have glass between them. Other title companies are still closing in their offices, but only the escrow officer and buyer/seller are allowed in the closing. They are asking Realtors not to attend, so fewer people are in close contact.   Q: Is a now a good time to list my house for sale? The good news is that there are fewer properties on the market, so you won’t have as much competition. But the number of buyers is also lower. If you list now, you’ll have less competition because some sellers are putting off listing their home if they don’t really have to move. My recommendation is to list sooner rather than later, so when buyers are ready, so are you. Your home will be available and already on the market. HAR.com has put a notice on their web page that suggests that days on the market could be longer than normal and should not reflect negatively on a listing. All listings are in the same boat; people still have to move. Sometimes it’s for a job. Sometimes it’s for a marital change. There’s always a need for housing, which is why federal and state governments deemed Realtors essential during this time. Q: Is now a good time to buy? If you have job stability, it’s a great time to buy! Rates are low. You should talk to your lender, but it may be smarter to put less money down right now, so you don’t take a hit by taking your money out of the stock market for your down payment. With the market down, this may be an issue for you. Weigh the costs with your lender. There are fewer buyers in the market right now, so less competition. Buy now while there are fewer buyers looking. Real estate pricing is based on supply and demand. Rest assured that we’re doing everything we can to protect you. It’s not business as usual, but we are still buying and selling homes every day in a new and safer way. We’re here to serve you when you are ready! If it’s time to buy or sell your home, reach out […]

Selling a Home News

  • “As homeowners, we all love to relax outside, and tips for staging your deck is essential for beautiful curb appeal. Whether you’re considering deck decorating ideas by adding color and textures for a welcoming appeal, or you want to stage your deck with a grill and entertaining spaces, it’s essential to make your patio deck area inviting as well as safe throughout the changing seasons. Take a look at these 5 curb appeal tips to help potential buyers visualize entertaining, relaxing and enjoying their outdoor home with these patio deck ideas.” Check out these 5 curb appeal tips from The Spruce!

Sugar Land Awards

  • Sugar Land has been ranked No. 4 among the top 20 “Happiest Small Town in America!” Rankings are based on metrics including poverty rate, population, median household income, median property value, education, employment rate, unemployment rate and the overall crime rate per 100,000 people for a town. Only two other Texas towns made the list! Click here to read all about it in the Houston Chronicle.