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Born and raised in Texas, I began my career with Four Seasons during college at the University of Houston. Working for the finest hotels such as Four Seasons and Mandarin Oriental, I learned what defines great, meaningful service. I can say confidently, no one provides a better service experience to their clients than I, and I have the references to support this. For my sellers, I do not just list your home, I market your home. The quality of my marketing materials are unsurpassed, and I invest in your home to achieve you the best results. Integrity and honesty are without a doubt the core of my relationship with my clients, as they know I will advise in their best interests, not my own.
Truly great hotels and the residences within are leaders in the interior decorating and design world. I have learned immensely, whether studying the flow of a single guest bedroom or a 5000 SF condominium, I was educated from some of the best in the industry, and equally about first impressions. My endeavors gave me the opportunity to live abroad in London, as well as great American cities of Chicago, Miami and Boston, always knowing I would ultimately return to my home state. As a result of my own relocations, no one is better equipped to work through the relocation process. I understand it from every angle, so I can best advocate for you. My real estate career began by buying, renovating, staging and selling properties in Boston as well as Austin. I apply that same level of dedication and service which I honed throughout my hospitality career as a licensed Realtor® in the state of Texas. My goal as your Realtor® is to deliver an unparalleled service experience to exceed your expectations.
Service should be significant, evident and, most importantly comfortable. Your experience is all that matters.
“If it’s liquid — and it’s not soup — and Tim League owns it, I’m in charge of it,” Bill Norris says. You know that any hired gun of the Alamo Drafthouse is going to have a clever air about him, and Norris does not disappoint as the cinema chain’s beverage director. The Austin Food & [...]Read More >>
Texas loves two things: barbecue and rebels. John Mueller has the market cornered on both. It’s the second comeback saga for John Mueller, marked by the sell-out grand opening of John Mueller Meat Co. on Saturday, February 23. As the mercurial barbecue scion of the Louie Mueller BBQ clan from Taylor, Texas, Mueller first came to Austin [...]Read More >>
From real estate to technology to entertainment, 12 young professionals walked away winners from the 2013 Austin Under 40 awards ceremony Friday night. Jewelry maven Kendra Scott was named Austinite of the Year by the Young Men’s Business League of Austin and the Young Women’s Alliance, which conducts the annual contest. Click for more information about Scott. Here [...]Read More >>
It has been years since California-based developer Monty Galland made the commitment to open a 100-acre, Texas-centric theme park in the Houston area. Tomball was initially the target area (and April 2010 the target date), but the concept has dragged on a couple of years and moved down a couple of county roads, to a no-man’s [...]Read More >>
Around the college football world: Three Alabama football players are barred from campus for beingviolent thieving jerks, and a fourth is suspended (along with first three) for using a stolen debt card taken from one of the robbery victims. Do you guys realize who your coach is? He might literally kill all four of you. [...]Read More >>