Sell a Home in Austin

Selling your Austin or Central Texas Home

Selling your home in Austin and the surrounding Central Texas communities requires education and experience.  Markets in Austin are local, each with its own unique appeal and amenities.  I am often called the ‘house matchmaker’ because I know how to market individual properties to attract specific buyers.
Every home has a story and becomes its own brand. 
My 30 years of experience in marketing have provided me with the tools to tell your home’s story and the resources to sell your home – not just list it.  I am a Broker Associate, Certified Luxury Real Estate Agent (CLRA), and Graduate Realtor Institute (GRI) designee, which means I have pursued my real estate education beyond what is required to obtain a real estate license.  Only 10% of licensed agents have a GRI designation, which has provided me with a greater level of knowledge in market analysis, negotiating contracts, and advertising.  Do you know that 90% of home buyers start their search on the internet?  My marketing efforts don’t just include placing a sign in your yard.  I use the latest tech-savvy tools to reach the greatest amount of buyers in the shortest amount of time.
Marketing tools and services I can provide include
.• Share listings in the Multiple Listing Service with professional photography and virtual slide shows.
• Place your house/property on social networking sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter
• Featured Blog about your home on the Real Estate website and office websites.
• Smartphone text messaging allows buyers to look up my properties right on their phone and view pictures and information.
• Share my listing with other agents in my office, post them to a variety of agent networks and email fliers to  Austin Board of Realtors agents throughout the Austin Round Rock MSA.
• Feature your home on trade association websites including and
• Syndicate Slide Shows to YouTube.
• Host open houses and agent tours

My unique properties have been featured in The Week Magazine, the Austin American Statesman, and