Jennifer Brown

Assistant Team Leader

Office 281-364-1588


My career in real estate began in the land development business in 1997. My husband and I packed all of our belongings into a U-Haul and moved our family to The Woodlands so I could sell land for a new land developer in town, LGI. I remember it being exhilarating and frightening at the same time. LGI was a new company and I was embarking on a new career and moving away from family where I didn’t really know anyone. We were from a small town. Everyone knew everyone. It was scary to leave all you know behind for the unknown. However, I had two things: a ferocious curiosity for what was out there and a hunger to succeed. I hit the ground running learning how to sell, personality types, buying motives, product knowledge and presentation. I learned the discipline of settings goals, making sales calls, setting appointments and closing the deal. I enjoyed selling out raw undeveloped communities along FM 1488 back when it was just a back road with a biker bar and a sandwich shop. Communities like Lake Windcrest and later Benders Landing were just a bunch of rectangles on paper. Through the years I’ve watched these projects become thriving neighborhoods where people raise families, promote community and enjoy the peaceful backdrop of nature. I have to say that in all-things real estate, land was my first love. Land can be raw and wild or tamed and developed, but at whatever stage the possibilities are endless as to what it can be developed into. Just like people. I began my residential real estate career in 2004, because I loved working with people. I built an incredible real estate business that I was able to retire myself from in 2019 to take some time out to spend with the people I love the most, my family. However, you can only resist the call of the wild for so long. There’s just something about the culture and the excitement of real estate that’s unlike any other industry. I had transitioned from land development to developing my own real estate business. It was a natural procession that prepared me for taking on the role that has been a lifelong goal of mine, becoming a developer of people. As Managing Director for Keller Williams | The Woodlands & Magnolia it is my personal focus to train and coach real estate professionals on how to build successful businesses. As assistant team leader I get to lock arms and partner with leaders and future leaders of tomorrow as they grow their relationships, businesses and personal legacy. Country singer Randy Travis put it this way. “It’s not what you take when you leave this world. It’s what you leave behind you when you go.”