Houston entrepreneur Raevonne Walker named Making Headline News Woman of The Year for 2020


In everything we have won more than a victory because of Christ who loves us. (Romans 8:37 CEV)


TEXAS’ MINNEAPOLIS MIRACLE

REAPING A HARVEST — For her valiant efforts, coupled with her tireless contributions to her community, Houston businesswoman Raevonne Walker was named Making Headline News Woman of The Year for 2020, as announced by the publication’s editorial staff earlier in the final quarter of the year.

As far as 2020 goes, Raevonne Walker was only keeping it real, particularly with regards to how the year unfolded.

“This year dealt me a few bad cards that allowed me to learn what peace in the midst of a storm means,” Walker recalls. “And it made me even stronger.”
Despite a year that seemingly brought Walker a rash of unfavorable circumstances, at the end of the real day, what it all boiled down to was how she diligently responded amid these occasionally setbacks.
To her distinctly unique credit, she weathered such storms rather masterfully, for the most part.
An accomplished and successful Texas entrepreneur in her own right, the immeasurable strides Walker made throughout 2020 were everything except unnoticed.
And, for her valiant efforts, coupled with her tireless contributions to her community, Walker was named Making Headline News Woman of The Year for 2020, as announced by the publication’s editorial staff earlier in the final quarter of the year.

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ONE COMPELLING TANDEM — A rising real estate venture she runs along with co-owner Janelle Compton, Walker oversees a company that enjoyed considerable growth — this after it officially went into operations in February 2020.

For Walker, while 2020 undoubtedly was a year filled with its share of challenges — most notably an unprecedented global pandemic that has claimed the lives across the globe — amongst the memorable developments for which she can remain grateful is that she is the mastermind behind a Cultured Realty company that has quickly emerged as one of the finest of its kind.

A rising real estate venture she runs along with co-owner Janelle Compton, Walker oversees a company that enjoyed considerable growth — this after it officially went into operations in February 2020.

As of mid-December, for instance, Walker announced that Cultured Realty has lured 51 real estate agents to a company that is little more than a month away from completing its first full year of existence.


SEASON OF A REBIRTH

GOD HAD OTHER IDEAS — Because of the severe circumstances surrounding her son’s health, not only was the move to the Lone Star state essential in many aspects but, much to her delight, it turned out to be a precursor, of sorts, to her having connected with the divine purpose for which she was created. Mission accomplished for this longtime real estate, who’s been as good as advertised, given the “few bad cards” she had been dealt in 2020.

That, to Cultured Realty’s credit, is an astounding number, considering the company went into operations with just three realtors.

According to company officials, Cultured Realty is aiming to acquire 150 agents by June 31, 2021, a feat that unequivocally appears obtainable, given the solid work ethic collectively displayed by Walker and her staff.

“I opened a brokerage, I found myself again, my sons heart was repaired,” said Walker, a native of Minneapolis, recalling when she relocated to the Houston area in 2003 after doctors discovered that her son, Jahyier, was diagnosed with a rare heart defect.

Doctors, in fact, suggested that Walker and her family relocate to the southern region of the country, considering her son had been hampered by what she described as “some underlying issues.”


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Because of the severe circumstances surrounding her son’s health, not only was the move to the Lone Star state essential in many aspects but, much to her delight, it turned out to be a precursor, of sorts, to her having connected with the divine purpose for which she was created.

Mission accomplished for this longtime real estate, who’s been as good as advertised, given the “few bad cards” she had been dealt in 2020.

“God managed to shine some light through the clouds and turned this year into an amazing year,” said Walker, appropriately providing her own version of a year in review.

Now, Walker said, it’s time to pick up in 2021 where she and Compton left off in 2020.

EXHIBITING UNWAVERING FAITH — Despite a year that seemingly brought Walker a rash of unfavorable circumstances, at the end of the real day, what it all boiled down to was how she responded amid these occasionally setbacks. To her distinctly unique credit, she weathered such storms rather masterfully.

“I will be opening a title company, launching a nonprofit company, and taking our real estate brokerage to another level,” Walker said.

Oh, and there’s one other notable thing this real estate sensation accomplished in 2020.

“I dropped some pounds,” said Walker, “and got healthy.”

Mind, body, and spirit, to put it more precisely.


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