Fourth-generation Houstonian Ed Wolff grew up watching his
mother, Beth Wolff, build a respected residential real estate business.
So it was natural that after college at Louisiana State University (LSU),
Ed joined the family firm. Today, Beth Wolff Realtors is respected as
one of Texas’ most successful mother-son endeavors.
Not only is Ed President of the company, he is also active in the real
estate community. Ed has served on the Board of Directors of the
Houston Association of Realtors (HAR) and the Texas Association of
Realtors (TAR). As a director and spokesperson for FIABCI-USA, the
American Chapter of the International Real Estate Federation, he
promoted his hometown and the USA to countries throughout the
world bringing the World Congress of FIABCI to Houston in 2004. Ed
also served as 2011 Chair of the Texas Association of Realtors Political
Action Committee (TREPAC).
He has earned the professional designation of Certified International
Property Specialist (CIPS) and is often called upon to share his
expertise through talks at real estate seminars and meetings
throughout the world.
Whether it’s new construction, townhouses or luxury homes, Ed
enjoys assisting buyers and sellers throughout Houston. “My
mission is to help clients achieve their goals,” he says.
Active in the LSU Alumni Association, Ed is also involved in
Governmental Affairs for HAR. He was chosen to receive HAR’s
2008 John E. Wolf Citizenship Cup Award.
Ed was recently recognized by the Houston Business Journal with its
“40 Under 40” award given to Houston’s top 40 young leaders under
the age of 40 who excel in their industries, are respected business
leaders and show dynamic leadership in their community. He was
also named the 2010 Realtor® of the Year, by the Houston Association