America loves a start-up business gone great, and Houstonian Gynell Vestal does not disappoint as she valiantly celebrated one-year of successful consumer advocacy with the advent of her national website: ConsumerHomeValue.com. Vestal established the cutting-edge platform on October 17, 2018 as a conduit designed to provide consumer information for citizens interested in buying, selling, renting, remodeling, refinancing, moving and more.
The tech-savvy site allows consumers to access blogs, podcasts and videos in an effort to make prudent real estate decisions. The primary goal is to demonstrate the varied ways people can save money, preserve time and avoid frustration as they navigate complex aspects of real estate transactions. Overarching themes of consumerhomevalue.com are ethics and trust.
“Extensive global travel has offered me a unique perspective of the consumer real estate market. From my native Dubai to the Washington, D.C. area and now Houston,” stated Vestal.
“I developed a relentless passion for consumer advocacy and chose to focus my efforts on the American market. So, I seized the opportunity to meet an industry need by self-funding an informative, user friendly website,” she added.
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Prior to relocating to Texas, Vestal held her own in the Maryland market as a successful appraiser. She holds nearly two decades of industry experience and is a Texas State licensed real estate appraiser who recently passed the state’s realtor’s exam.
She is married to Scott Vestal, a football coach for Rice University’s athletic program, and they reside in Houston with their five-year-old son.
A commemorative anniversary luncheon was held Thursday, October 17, 2019 at Maggianos Little Italy in Houston where Vestal hosted an intimate gathering of colleagues and friends whose dedication and support have been integral to her annual success.
As previously stated, Vestal self-funds consumerhomevalue.com in addition to augmenting costs with a thriving sponsorship campaign that offers local, regional, and national industry professionals an opportunity to showcase their success as realtors, serves as blog features blogs and profile spotlights, and receive light- speed digital exposure in a space with a projected target audience of 10,000 views per month.
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Maggiano’s customized the perfect menu for the anniversary gathering in the “Piedmont Room” of Houston’s “Galleria” 2019 Post Oak Blvd. location. https://locations.maggianos.com/texas/houston/
If you think the pictures were perfect, the appetizers and entrees were divine! And of course there was dessert, but we apparently ate those photographs! (Think Tiramisu and Chocolate Zucotto Cake).
As guests filled the room, public relations manager, Pauline Rick, assured that every detail was in place and that each guest had appropriately sent an R.S.V.P.
Pauline is a consummate professional!
Among the supporters in attendance were realtors, appraisals, women in business, and the fellow wives of Rice University football coaches who work along side Gynell’s Rice University athletic coach spouse.
Without this core group and, a litany of others in the virtual world and beyond, Gynell would not have experienced this past year’s success.
While it may seem that “bigger is better,” the vivacious entreprenuer was strategic in both invites and numbers.
Guests enjoyed “networking” and “networthing” during lunch while Gynell offered an impromptu speech outlining her motivation, drive, and advocacy that fuels the success of consumerhomevalue.com
And of course there were prizes galore to be won, and Penny Dickerson happily served as a hostess who encouraged attendees to make this your social media status and win a prize.
And much to her surprise, Gynell was awarded a one-year anniversary crystal weight that was inscripted with three, keen adjectives that represent the hallmark of her success: