Kingwood Small Business and Real Estate Coaching Services

Kingwood, Texas Small Business and Real Estate Coaching Services

Are you a Kingwood, Texas small business owner or a real estate agent looking to soar both in business in life. Coach Jeremy Williams, Head Coach and Owner of Red Hawk Coaching has helped many small business owners and real estate agents build successful businesses since 2010. 

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Hear What Will Schulze Shares About Red Hawk Coaching

Will Schulze, REALTOR® brokered by Keller Williams Realty shares why he chose to hire Coach Jeremy Williams of Red Hawk Coaching.


I Have Literally Quadrupled My Business

Hiring a business coach has played a positive role in the success of my startup. As a first-time business owner, you face many challenges that you anticipate and some that you don’t. My business coach is a sounding board and helps to keep me grounded and focused in all of the stages of the growth of my business. Since I began using a business coach, I have literally quadrupled my business! 

Danae Wheat
Owner/Transaction Coordinator
OnPoint Transactions, LLC

Learn More About Kingwood, Texas

Kingwood, Texas is a master-planned community by Friendswood Development in 1971 located in northeast Houston, Texas on the banks of the San Jacinto River and Lake Houston. Kingwood, Texas is known as the "Livable Forest".

The original land that would become Kingwood, Texas was owned by the Foster Lumber Company. In a joint venture between King Ranch and Friendswood Development, an Exxon subsidiary, the land was purchased in 1967. Kingwood features miles of greenbelts, shopping centers, a town center, schools (Humble Independent School District), churches, recreational facilities and parks, and boat ramp access to Lake Houston.

Kingwood, Texas is comprised of villages with Trailwood Village being the oldest village with it's first homes built in 1971. 

Kingwood, Texas Villages

  • Barrington
  • Bear Branch
  • Deer Ridge Estates
  • Elm Grove
  • Fosters Mill
  • Greentree
  • Hunters Ridge
  • Kings Crossing
  • Kings Crossing Patio Homes
  • Kings Crossing XIV
  • Kings Forest
  • Kings Forest Estates
  • Kings Point
  • Kings River
  • Kingwood Glen
  • Kingwood Greens
  • Kingwood Lakes
  • Kingwood Place
  • Mills Branch
  • North Woodlands Hills
  • Reserve at Kings Point
  • River Bend
  • Riverchase
  • Royal Shores
  • Sand Creek
  • Sherwood Trails
  • South Woodland Hills
  • Trailwood
  • Woodridge Forest
  • Woodspring Forest
  • Woodstream

Other nearby developments that make up the Greater Kingwood, Texas area include: Forest Cove, Kings Lake Estates, Lakewood Cove, North Kingwood Forest, Oakhurst at Kingwood, King's Mill, and King's Manor.

The City of Houston annexed portions of what would be Kingwood in the 1960's, dis-annexed those portions in the 1970's, and then annexed Kingwood once again in 1994 by then Mayor Bob Lanier. 

Over 80,000 people call Kingwood, Texas home. Kingwood, Texas is the largest master-planned community in Harris County. Kingwood is home to The Clubs of Kingwood Golf Course and Country Club. The courses are famously known from scenes from the movie Tin Cup starring Kevin Costner.