Cacey Snyder - REALTOR ®
I’ve always had a passion for serving others and helping them grow. Before becoming a Realtor, I worked as a hospitality manager in country clubs and restaurants. My previous experience gave me an immaculate attention to detail, impeccable problem-solving skills, and a natural love for people. I consider it an honor to help others in one of the biggest transactions of their life and will always go the extra mile to make sure they well taken care of, well represented, and well informed from start to finish.
I am from the small town of Quinlan, Texas and love the community here. Although I moved away for a while, in my heart I know that this is where I belong. Family is important to me and when I’m not working I am busy raising my three beautiful daughters. I love seeing them grow and teaching them new things. In my free time, I enjoy reading, live music, good coffee, craft beer, singing, and most of all cooking for family and friends.
I have made a smooth transition from serving others in the hospitality industry to serving my clients and educating them through the process. With the help of my team, I plan to REWIRE Real Estate and help people who believe that home ownership is unattainable realize that if they work hard and think outside of the box there is always a way. Whether you are buying, selling, renting, or investing, I can help you through it all!
“I want to help people who need my help the most. I have gone through my own personal struggle as a single mom with bad credit. Although it may not seem like it, I can confidently tell you that going through credit repair is worth the time, effort, and money you will spend.”
“I love being a mom. My three daughters are the reason that I strive for success. I will never give up because they are watching.”
“I am a foodie at heart. A lot of my childhood memories were made in a kitchen which is why it is my favorite room in the house.”
“Music has been a part of my life since I was a child. I love the sound a guitar makes. It makes my heart smile.”