Real estate agent Dawn Bajalieh specializes in customer satisfaction
- Written by B.R. Kimbro
As a long-time Houston resident, Dawn Bajalieh enjoys helping families relocating to the area learn about the community and all it has to offer. Dawn is an experienced real estate professional and associate of Re/Max Northeast, serving the Houston area, specializing in North Houston including Kingwood, Humble, Atascocita, New Caney, Porter, Huffman, Conroe, Spring and The Woodlands. Bajalieh is a former business owner with extensive management experience. She specializes in customer relations and problem-solving. She has completed numerous business development programs, such as Peak Performance and the Real Estate Institute, and received a variety of volunteer achievement awards. During her real estate career, Bajalieh has kept a finger on the pulse of the community with expert knowledge of new developments, new home construction and rental market trends. Bajalieh is committed to her clients and their needs. “One of my biggest joys in real estate is helping a client buy their first home. Understanding that the purchase of one’s first home is a very important decision,” said Bajalieh. She brings patience, information and expert advice to each transaction. She achieves client satisfaction using a personal touch, understanding their needs, and using her creativity and an enormous amount of positive energy to get the job done. “I believe that communication is a critical component when selling a home,” said Bajalieh. She offers her clients continuous communication along with the tools they need to sell their homes. As a Harris County resident for over 20 years, Bajalieh and her husband, Eddie, have raised their two sons in Kingwood and are firmly committed to the community. She currently coaches soccer for three- and four-year-olds and has coached T-Ball and basketball in the past at the YMCA. In 2004, Bajalieh founded the community charity event and nonprofit organization Picnic on the Park. The proceeds from the event are donated to the Village Learning and Achievement Center, whose mission is to provide programs and services to children and adults with disabilities. To contact Bajalieh, call 281-361-2242.