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Earning a diploma from the Bible Baptist Christian School in 1982, Angie Thomas first completed coursework in accounting at Navarro College before turning her attention toward real estate. While she and her husband were looking for their first house, they had several bad experiences with the real estate agents they worked with. This led Ms. Thomas to realize that she could do better than those agents, and she went on to be licensed as a real estate agent and broker and certified in short sales. She began her career as a real estate agent with Century 21 Real Estate LLC in 1993, selling over $1 million in her first year of business.

Ms. Thomas joined Keller Williams Ellis County as a realtor and launch coach in 2003. In these roles, she developed her skills in residential real estate, listings and short sales until she left Keller Williams in 2021. Today, she brings that expertise to City Real Estate in Midlothian, Texas, where she has flourished as a managing broker and broker associate since 2020. In her day-to-day duties, she answers phone calls, manages property listings, shows properties to clients, and solves issues and problems as they arise. She frequently wears numerous hats in her work with clients, including babysitter, repairperson and even sometimes marriage counselor. Ms. Thomas is also responsible for overseeing 18 real estate agents to whom she provides mentorship, guidance and training.

Alongside her primary responsibilities, Ms. Thomas has contributed her skills to a number of other professional endeavors. She spent time as a board member of Realtors Unlimited in Ellis County, Texas, and as an ambassador to the Midlothian Chamber of Commerce. In 2021, she held the position of president of the Women’s Council of Realtors in Ellis County. Proud of her public service, she has also given back to her community by acting as a volunteer and organizer for the local basketball league. Ms. Thomas lives her life, both professional and personal, by the mottos, “God first, family second, business third” and “I work for you,” and hopes to leave a legacy as someone who always went above and beyond for her clients.

Over the course of her 30 years in real estate, Ms. Thomas has made a name for herself as a multimillion-dollar producer and has received a number of honors and accolades for her excellence in real estate. In 2015, she was presented with the Culture Award by Keller William Ellis County and had previously been the recipient of the Top Producing Agent Award from Century 21, along with the Top Listing Agent Award. Above everything, Ms. Thomas considers the highlight of her career to be helping clients become homeowners and purchase their dream homes, and she greatly enjoys the process of building strong client relationships as well.

When she isn’t working, Ms. Thomas enjoys spending time with her family, which includes her husband, two children, four grandsons, two granddaughters, two sisters and one brother. She is particularly fond of traveling with her husband, a retired Army veteran, and going to her grandchildren’s games. Her son is a warrant officer in the U.S. Army, following in her husband’s footsteps. Ms. Thomas is incredibly grateful to have had her husband’s support in the early days of her real estate career, especially since they spent 10 years separated due to her husband being stationed away from her at Fort Hood.

Ms. Thomas’ family has always been an incredible source of inspiration and motivation for her in all aspects of her career. Noting that she grew up poor, she wanted to ensure that her children and grandchildren got all the opportunities that she didn’t have growing up. To young and aspiring professionals, Ms. Thomas would emphasize the importance of having support from their families in their careers, otherwise, it will be much harder to succeed in the industry.


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