Horacio Correa III
It could be that since he is his grandfather’s and father’s namesake, his inherent destiny is to acquire success. He had no way of knowing at the early age of 5 that he would excel in sports. However, as a high school athlete, he earned a baseball scholarship as a short stop from University of Texas at San Antonio which, in turn, enabled him to earn a degree in Finance.
He has combined his work as an Accountant at an international oil and gas firm with becoming a certified Property Tax Consultant. In this capacity, he uses similar approaches to compile data to represent clients interested in appealing their property tax increases with various county appraisal districts, such as the Harris County Appraisal District. As a realtor, his insight into property taxation is valuable and delivers meaningful added value to his client relationships.
He knows the Katy area well, having settled his family there. However, he also is knowledgeable about Cypress, Memorial, Spring Branch, Rice Military and the Houston Heights. He enjoys working with Millennials and families as well as first-time home buyers. He is well-versed in luxury apartment locating inside the 610 Loop and is currently a team member of the HOU Apartment group. As you might have guessed, he is a team player, a good listener and has an identifiable kindness in his demeanor. As a descendant from Nicaragua, he speaks fluent Spanish.
In addition to his career activities, Horacio is training for the Ironman 70.3 competition held in Galveston, a perfect venue to perform the 1.2 mile swim, a 56 mile bike ride and a 13 mile run. He also participates four times each week through D-Bat to train young people interested in softball and baseball — ranging from T-Ball to high school — in the Katy area.
Being a husband and father of a 3 year-old son, his greatest pleasure is watching movies together, sharing popcorn and slushies, as well as finding time to enjoy bouncing at the trampoline park.