Jaime Gardner has the much-coveted talent of taking even the most complicated information and explaining it simply and clearly, so that others can understand. It’s a skill that she developed over more than ten years as a former teacher of Spanish, ESL, and Bilingual classes to elementary, junior high and high school students, and one that translates (pun intended) very well to her career as a Realtor where clients genuinely appreciate her ability to illuminate and clarify the fine points of their real estate transaction.
Besides being very reliable, well-prepared, organized, and efficient, Jaime has excellent communication skills and a strong personal warmth that allows her to build rapport with her clients, personality characteristics critical to being a great Realtor. Inspired by her very hardworking and successful mother, a woman in the commercial construction profession who showed her daughter that women can do anything they set their minds to, Jaime decided to make the switch to real estate, an industry she loves.
Her success is fueled by the fact that Jaime is also very flexible and empathetic, sensitive to different clients’ needs depending on their level of experience in buying or selling real estate. Her previous years of teaching language and the cultural differences in Spanish, Italian, French, and German, gave her a strong multi-cultural awareness and respect. So, it’s no wonder that Jaime was voted favorite elective teacher while she was with Tomball ISD.
Born and raised in Cypress, Texas, Jaime attended the University of Texas at Austin, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish Language and Business Foundations Program.
When not showing and selling real estate, you are likely to find Jaime somewhere along the Texas Gulf Coast indulging in her favorite pastime, saltwater fishing. She has won numerous women’s saltwater fishing tournaments, and is a member of both the CCA (Coastal Conservation Association) and GBF (Galveston Bay Foundation), strongly supporting conservation of the Texas Gulf Coastal region.