Mary Escalante, Realtor

License #: Specializing in Sales and Leasing

Real estate agent at Texas Premier Realty

Mobile : 432-296-1329
Meet Mary Escalante, Realtor

As a 20 - year veteran of the housing industry, I am passionate about real estate. I am a member of the Permian Basin Board of Realtors, Texas and National Association of Realtors and the Odessa MLS. I launched my career in Galveston Island and with life changes I now call Midland my home. Using cutting edge technology and innovative marketing tools....MLS, Internet, Open Houses, Social Websites and more I have the knowledge, resources and expertise to market your home effectively or help you locate your dream home. I pride myself in answering all questions promptly and communicating through the entire process. I work 7 days a week and will work around your schedule. Phone lines are open 432-296-1329.

P.S. On my spare time you can find me at Heroes Fitness on Loop 250 pumping iron, on a Deer Lease in Fredericksburg rattling in the Deer or in Colorado, climbing Lone Cone Mountain, Elk hunting.

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Midland, TX 79707