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Rebekah Bolston

Rebekah Bolston
Realtor®
Rebekah made the decision to get into real estate after she saw a sign in her apartment that said they were looking for residential referrals. She knew her friends would love living in her complex because of how awesome it was. Even when her complex didn’t work out, her friends would still ask her for help in looking for a new apartment or home. She found herself on the go for friends to help them, or tag along, during their searches. Rebekah graduated from Tennessee State University in Nashville with a Bachelors Degree in Kinesiology. She then went on to complete her Master's Degree in Education from Belmont University. Rebekah is part of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. Before becoming a Realtor Rebekah worked as a secondary Physical Education and Health teacher for 10 years. She enjoyed encouraging her students to live a healthy lifestyle. She also coaches volleyball, basketball, and track. When she isn’t working, Rebekah enjoys spending time with her husband and 2-year-old son. She also loves a good game night with friends that includes Taboo, Trivia, Family Feud, or even Spades. Fun Fact: Rebekah earned a full athletic scholarship in track and field. Her events were the 200-meter dash, 400-meter dash, and all of the Relays. “I support book clubs, brunch, and a bottle of wine. I also read the book before I watch the movie or TV series, always.” Favorite restaurant: Graces in Houston Favorite activity in Dallas/Your Area: Group Exercise Favorite Starbucks Drink: Pumpkin Spice (in season) Favorite Movie or TV Series: Little Fires Everywhere (currently) “As a native of Houston, living in and experiencing various neighborhoods since I moved back to Texas; I’ve gained a vast amount of knowledge about our communities that I am always looking to share. As a professional, I strive to make the daunting task of home shopping enjoyable! I maintain an open line of communication with my clients and aim to exceed their expectations.”