Get to know Corrine Hyman Quast
Williams Trew Real Estate Agent
Hard Working. Dedicated. Reliable.
There are fewer things more stressful than buying and or selling a home. The entire process can be an emotional roller coaster, especially given the competitive housing market we’re living in right now.
Choosing the right realtor is crucial to helping manage that stress. Someone who has your best interests at heart. Someone who doesn’t see being a realtor as a job but as a passion and something she was born to do. And that’s the reputation Corrine Hyman Quast has built during her 21 years of experience at Williams Trew as a top producing realtor in the greater Fort Worth area.
A Childhood Passion: A Real Estate Agent in the Making
Corrine’s passion for the home buying and selling process developed at a very young age. Her father’s job in college athletics meant that her family moved multiple times during her childhood. Most children would have left the details of finding a new house to their parents, but not Corrine.
She remembers enjoying looking at prospective houses with her mom. And it wasn’t just the idea of picking a house that she liked or which room would be hers, Corrine enjoyed every aspect. She remembers learning about the financial aspects of buying and selling homes, even looking at comps with her parents, learning about the difference between listing prices and market value. The whole process was fascinating to Corrine.
By the time she moved to Fort Worth in 1998 as a junior in high school, Corrine already knew she wanted to be a realtor. And, as luck would have it, the realtor who sold her family their new home in Fort Worth was none other than Joan Trew.
Most high school students wouldn’t have attention to the name of their realtor but Corrine never forgot about Joan and the reputation Joan had built as a trailblazer in the real estate industry in Fort Worth. And, as Corrine would find out later, Corrine's passion for the real estate industry also made quite the impression on Joan.
After graduating high school in 1999, still set on becoming a realtor, Corinne contacted Joan to see if there was any sort of work she could do at Joan’s office to learn more about the industry. At the time, Joan didn’t have anything but a year later, Corrine was given the chance most aspiring realtors could only dream of.
As Joan and her business partner, Martha Williams, were forming Williams Trew Real Estate, Joan remembered her client's high school daughter and her persistence in learning anything she could about the real estate industry. Joan contacted Corrine to offer her an internship at the newly formed Williams Trew Real Estate Agency. And the rest is history.
Corrine joined Williams Trew as an intern for Joan Trew at 18 years old and has been there ever since.
“Joan is one of the hardest working women I’ve ever met. She was always willing to go above and beyond for her clients. To learn about the real estate industry from a trailblazer like Joan is an honor I never could have imagined and will never take for granted,” says Corrine.
Professional History - An Industry Natural
Corrine works with clients with a wide range of budgets, from first time home buyers, families who’ve outgrown their current home, clients who need to sell inherited property and even families relocating to the greater Fort Worth area from another city or state.
Her primary focus areas include Tarrant and Parker County, including Aledo, Burleson, Fort Worth, Haslet, Keller, the Mid Cities area (Hurst, Euless, Bedford) and Southlake.
As a seasoned and successful member of the Williams Trew Fort Worth on South Hulen Street, she’s consistently a top producer in her office and serves on the office leadership team, helping to guide and grow the skill sets of the 150 agents in her office.
Corrine has also been voted a Top Producer and Best Realtor for 360 West and a Top Realtor for Fort Worth Texas Magazine.
Accolades and experience aside, Corrine also understands the personal and emotional aspect of buying or selling a home. She’s 100 percent invested in her clients and that kind of dedication doesn’t go unnoticed.
“Tireless” “hard working” “professional” and “knowledgeable” are all words consistently echoed by past and current clients, co-workers, friends and family.
Corrine moved to Fort Worth in 1998 and attended and graduated from Fort Worth Country Day. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Real Estate from TCU where she was heavily involved in her sorority, Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Her husband Michael went to Texas A&M for his undergraduate degree and received his graduate degree in finance at TCU. He currently works in finance as a Director at Jasper Ridge Partners.
As a mom to two young children, Cartwright (age 7) and Autumn (age 3), she has invaluable knowledge of family-friendly neighborhoods, public and private schools and many other parent related resources, which are crucial to the home buying process for young couples and families.
When she’s not working, volunteering or “momming”, she’s often found competing on the tennis courts, using her water breaks to check on current contracts and answer emails and phone calls from her clients and other agents.
Athletics has been a part of Corrine’s life since childhood. Not only does her father work in college athletics, in addition to tennis, Corrine also played softball, volleyball and basketball.
Cartwright also has the “sports bug” and while he’s played multiple sports, his current passion is baseball.
If her family isn’t playing sports, they can often be found watching and attending college football games, especially if TCU and A&M are playing.
A Dedicated Fort Worthian
In addition to being a trailblazer in the real estate industry, Joan Trew was also well known for her philanthropic efforts in Fort Worth. And Corrine is no different.
Corrine has been an active member of Junior League Fort Worth for 13 years. She’s held numerous leadership positions, including currently serving as the All aBoard Training Co-Chair and 2020 Provisional Co-Chair.
She also enjoys volunteering for her high school alma mater where her son Cartwright is in 2nd grade as well as her sorority, Kappa Kappa Gamma.