Rick Snow


EXIT West Realty

Homes for Sale in El Paso, TX. Serving all your real estate needs

About Rick Snow

I have been a real estate sales associate since 2001 and a real estate broker since 2005. I retired from the US Army in 2003 with more than 20 years of service. Since that time I have focused on assisting home buyers and home sellers to reach their goals. I have always been an advocate of education and continued that in my real estate career. I have been an instructor for the Academy of Real Estate in El Paso, teaching pre-licensing courses since 2006 and an instructor for Texas REALTORS® since 2010 teaching advanced real estate and designation producing courses. I am actively involved in leadership at the local and state Associations having served in nearly every leadership position at the local level and as the Region 16 Vice President, Chair of Professional Standards Committee, Political Involvement Council and as the Federal Political Coordinator for Congresswoman Veronica Escobar.
Real estate is about more than buying and selling homes, it's about protecting private property rights and making sure that all members of our society have access to and the right to housing. My involvement in the associations and the government help to ensure those rights for everyone. I am proud to be an El Pasoan and hope to continue my service to the community for years to come.

Latest Blog Posts

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