Renee Cordero

License #: 663900

Real estate agent at Texas Premier Realty

Mobile : 254-338-6520
Meet Renee Cordero

Born and raised in Texas; I'm a United States Army Veteran having served for 21 years. I'm a proud Wife and Mother of 3 beautiful daughters. After transitioning from the military I was a Sales Consultant with Ashton Woods Homes where I specialized in new home sales; providing excellent customer service and guidance to many military and Central Texas families on the build of their new home. I understand how difficult and challenging buying or selling a home can be and how moving from place to place can be stressful. I'm determined and eager to help guide my clients through a seamless home buying experience so they can feel right at home and at ease during this transition. Even if its just asking questions about buying or selling a home, land or commercial property I'm here to help. Please feel free to contact me; Im excited to be a part of your New home search!

Recent Articles

Las Vegas High Rise Condo Update June 8- June 14 2020

Curious about the Las Vegas High Rise Condo market? Check out this short video to find what weekly stats for the Las Vegas High Rise condo market.
By Makea Macaluso with Simply Vegas


House hunters rushing to lock in record low mortgage rates likely have a bit more time to shop thanks to a pair of announcements from the Federal Reserve this week. On Wednesday, the Fed’
By Shala Saniyan with WILLIAM DAVIS REALTY

Planning Your First Post-COVID-19 Trip

Everyone has put their travel plans on hold while the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread. However, this time won’t last forever - there will be an end to it. While you’re waiting, th
By Austin Craig with Craig Realty

Virtual Home Staging Tips

Virtual home tours and showings are increasingly popular in real estate. They allow prospective home buyers to view the property on their own time, reducing unnecessary contact and helping them to avo
By Marie-Josee Chasles PA with Keller Williams Preferred Partners

Establishing Credit

  Your first credit card or loan is the hardest to get. If you’ve never had credit, you have no credit history. How do companies decide who gets credit? Giving someone a credi
By Hector Torres with JohnHart Real Estate


Texas Premier Realty

Killeen, TX 76549