Abby Todd joined Gann Medford Real Estate in 2015 and immediately demonstrated her ability to help home buyers and sellers realize their dreams; she produced more than $2 million in her first year and was named both the Gann Rookie of the Year and the Lufkin Association of Realtors Rookie of the Year in 2016. She continues to excel in representing her clients’ needs, earning the 2017 Gann Sales Excellence Award and doubling production to $4 million – firmly establishing herself as a multi-million dollar producer.
A native Lufkinite, Abby’s understanding of the area’s property markets is a natural by-product of her upbringing. Her parents are a custom contractor and a registered interior designer; she grew up “in the business.” The result is a REALTOR® who brings a deep understanding of value, location, aesthetics, and structure to every property she represents – whether for buyer or seller, upscale home to undeveloped land, residential or commercial offerings. She enjoys matching people, places, and purpose for happy outcomes.
Before joining Gann full-time, Abby taught Family and Consumer Sciences for six years at Lufkin High School where she also coached the cheer team and she served for more than a year as Director for Life Enrichment at Pinecrest Retirement Community. She holds a Bachelor in Human Sciences from Texas Tech University. Abby gives back to her community as an active member of the Junior League of Lufkin. She has served twice on the Cattle Barons Gala committee, benefiting the American Cancer Society, and is a board member and long-time active participant with Junior Achievement, providing experiences to help students K-12 prepare for the workplace. She and her husband, Brett, live with their young daughter in a family home they recently remodeled extensively.
Abby is a member of the Lufkin Association of Realtors, the Nacogdoches Association of Realtors, and the Texas Real Estate Political Action Committee (TREPAC), a professional organization that works to protect the rights of private property owners, where she is a member of the Volunteer Committee.