Like the countless stars in the sky, every real estate experience is different and deserves one-of-a-kind service. True to her moniker, Star Massing offers a winning combination of marketing savvy, sales acumen, and close personal attention—plus a penchant for thinking outside the box.

Hard working, dedicated, and prepared to exceed your expectations of a real estate agent, Star works with a wide range of buyers, sellers and developers. Her accomplishments in 2015 alone include the sale of the renowned Heights Theater in the 19th St. Shopping District, and the exclusive listing of NOLO Studios, a community of 14 single-family homes developed and designed by Francois de Menil.
 
In 2014, PaperCity Magazine touted her as “the realtor to the art, architecture and design communities." And, while Star has spent her life in the company of major collectors, dealers, and artists, her clients extend beyond the art community. As multi-year top producer in 2014, 2015, and 2016, she has worked together with buyers and sellers in neighborhoods all over Houston. With over 18 years of experience in advertising and marketing, Star will get your home or project noticed. She has effectively promoted her clients in PaperCity, CultureMap, Swamplot, Channel 39 and the Houston Chronicle.
 
When she’s not working with clients, Star invests in her community through volunteerism and leadership. Star actively works to elevate the arts in Houston alongside her husband, Jack Massing, one half of the famed art-duo The Art Guys. Committed to the principles of sustainability and personal responsibility, Star is President of the board of the Blackwood Educational Land Institute and has chaired three of their annual galas.

3404 Home | available  | View on MLS

3404 Home | available  | View on MLS

Marketing Experience

Negotiation – 18 yrs experience

Civic Involvement
President, Blackwood Land Institute Board
The Art Guys

 

  Blackwood Land Institute: An hour’s drive from the fourth largest city in the country is a magical oasis. Carved out of the land, yet intrinsically a part of it, Blackwood Educational Land Institute offers its Houston-area visitors a sense of peace and tranquility rarely found in daily life.  Committed to the principles of sustainability and personal responsibility, Star is active on the board of the Blackwood Land Institute and has chaired three of their annual galas. Understanding the vital role that education plays in a young person’s life, Star actively raises funds for Blackwood’s annual nature camp that introduces youth to land-based learning concepts.

 

Blackwood Land Institute: An hour’s drive from the fourth largest city in the country is a magical oasis. Carved out of the land, yet intrinsically a part of it, Blackwood Educational Land Institute offers its Houston-area visitors a sense of peace and tranquility rarely found in daily life.  Committed to the principles of sustainability and personal responsibility, Star is active on the board of the Blackwood Land Institute and has chaired three of their annual galas. Understanding the vital role that education plays in a young person’s life, Star actively raises funds for Blackwood’s annual nature camp that introduces youth to land-based learning concepts.

  Star invests in her community through volunteerism and leadership. Star actively works to elevate the arts in Houston alongside her husband, Jack Massing, who is one half of the famed art-duo The Art Guys.  The Art Guys (Michael Galbreth, born 1956 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Jack Massing, born 1959 in Buffalo, New York) are a collaborative artist team based in Houston, Texas. "The Art Guys have carefully crafted a presence and wacky notoriety that places them at the heart of the Houston art scene and has captured the attention of a national audience. Driven by an insatiable curiosity, they employ a variety of media for the exploration of their ideas including drawing, painting, sculpture, installation, performance and video. The Art Guys create diverse works designed to engage, amuse and challenge viewers by seducing them with a playful sense of humor. Described in the New York Times as "a cross between Dada, David Letterman, John Cage and the Smothers Brothers",[1] The Art Guys present a blend of performance, conceptual and visual art that explores the absurdities of contemporary life. All told, The Art Guys defy categorization, they represent a kink in the art historical continuum – a hiccup, a scratch that can't be itched. They have amused, irritated, enchanted and befuddled viewers with their deadpan humor and irreverent antics. Regardless of how they are remembered in the annals of American art, their audience will never be the same."'' - from "The Art Guys: KIT AND CABOODLE " Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, 1999

 

Star invests in her community through volunteerism and leadership. Star actively works to elevate the arts in Houston alongside her husband, Jack Massing, who is one half of the famed art-duo The Art Guys

The Art Guys (Michael Galbreth, born 1956 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Jack Massing, born 1959 in Buffalo, New York) are a collaborative artist team based in Houston, Texas.

"The Art Guys have carefully crafted a presence and wacky notoriety that places them at the heart of the Houston art scene and has captured the attention of a national audience. Driven by an insatiable curiosity, they employ a variety of media for the exploration of their ideas including drawing, painting, sculpture, installation, performance and video. The Art Guys create diverse works designed to engage, amuse and challenge viewers by seducing them with a playful sense of humor.

Described in the New York Times as "a cross between DadaDavid LettermanJohn Cage and the Smothers Brothers",[1] The Art Guys present a blend of performance, conceptual and visual art that explores the absurdities of contemporary life. All told, The Art Guys defy categorization, they represent a kink in the art historical continuum – a hiccup, a scratch that can't be itched. They have amused, irritated, enchanted and befuddled viewers with their deadpan humor and irreverent antics. Regardless of how they are remembered in the annals of American art, their audience will never be the same."''

- from "The Art Guys: KIT AND CABOODLE " Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, 1999

theartguys.com

photo: Jack Thompson