Kristin Zoller Berry Listing Specialist, REALTOR®
Having grown up in the “World of Real Estate” and being raised by two REALTORS®, it is only natural that Kristin Zoller Berry obtained her real estate license as soon as she legally could, at 18 years old. Kristin has had her license since 2005 and has since developed an extensive background in real estate marketing. As a full-time Buyer’s Agent for The Zoller Group, she is able to apply her training and skills to provide superior customer service to her clients.
Since graduating with honors from Stephen F. Austin State University in 2008, Kristin has continued to be completely immersed in the real estate market, soaking up as much knowledge as possible. She spent two years working at a property management company learning the inner-workings of the strong Houston rental market. She then accepted a position as Director of Marketing for the Keller Williams Realty Metropolitan office, where she spent three years assisting more than 350 associates with their personal branding and real estate marketing needs.
In addition to her knowledge of the real estate industry and highly sociable nature, Kristin is successful with her clients because she is an extremely hard worker who prides herself on her integrity and professionalism. "I truly feel I have found my calling in real estate and I genuinely care about my clients. If you are interested in buying, selling or leasing, it would be my pleasure to guide you through the current market and help you make the best decisions possible for you and your family."
Her Personal Side
Kristin was born and raised in Houston and currently lives in Bellaire, Texas with her husband, Kevin Berry, and their dog, Sawyer. In her free time, you will find her out in Houston soaking up the culture. “The local community and city-wide events, coffee shops and restaurants, incredible parks, our theater district and, of course, the Texans’ football games, are just a few of the reasons why I love this city. Houston is my home and I want to enjoy everything it has to offer,” Kristin said.