Inspired by her aunt, who taught her that it isn’t work if she does what she loves, Tracy Sutton has spent the past three decades serving her community in the real estate arena. She finds the act of helping others sell a home with so many memories, or buy a home to start new memories, to be extremely rewarding and enjoyable. Working with others has also kept her grounded, and allows her to be a part of people’s histories. Ms. Sutton started in the real estate industry in the title business in 1982, and in 2005, she became a realtor and joined her current employer, Century21 Alliance Properties. There, she specializes in residential, commercial, farms, land, relocations, short sales, and foreclosures.
The biggest challenge Ms. Sutton faced was the economic crash, which hit Texas in January 210. She has to take a job as the director of the Saginaw Area Chamber of Commerce until the real estate industry picked back up. Ms. Sutton considers her greatest professional accomplishment to be rising up from the bottom of the barrel and being on top again. Personally, her greatest accomplishment is her family. In addition to her career, Ms. Sutton also volunteers a lot in the community. She is a founding member of the Eagle Mountain Rotary, and is very active in Community Link, where she provides food and clothing to the less fortunate. Looking forward, Ms. Sutton intends to continue on her path, helping people and volunteering in the community. She would also like to carry on her grandfather’s legacy of helping college graduates to earn master’s degrees and Ph.D.s.
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