Cynthia Marmolejo has experienced all aspects of real estate since she began her career in 1986 as an attorney for a local title company. She then worked as a title closer in New York and then as an assistant city attorney in the Real Estate Department of the City of San Antonio.
These experiences, combined with involvement in the property investment business, provide Cynthia a solid foundation to assist clients through the process of buying or selling a home. She's an expert negotiator and is well-versed in contract language. Cynthia is a certified mediator through UT Law's Center for Public Policy Dispute Resolution.
Cynthia volunteers regularly at the Alamo Heights Community Garden, the Trinity Jazz program and the Witte Museum and she holds memberships at San Antonio Museum of Art, the McNay Art Museum, Impact San Antonio and the Mind Science Foundation. She serves on the American Institute of Architects Home Tour Committee. - 11/24/2021 10:30:18 AM