Austin is where it all started for me back in 1999 when I first moved here. I love North Austin and the older funky neighborhoods it hails. We called Milwood home for years before we made it to Williamson County. Click on the links below to search and learn more about some of my favorite areas around town.

Georgetown is a quaint little town full of historic homes, the most beautiful town square anywhere and the Monument Cafe. I live in Georgetown and most everything we do as a family is in Georgetown. It's peaceful easy living, at least for now. As the Ronald Reagan corridor explodes with development, more and more home owning opportunities exists. Buy a lot and build on it, buy land and hold on to it, or buy in the perfect neighborhood close to everything you love. Georgetown still has new construction properties to offer - let me set up your appointment with the on-site sales representative of your favorite builder. Not sure who that is? I can help. Go a little bit further out to Andice and Florence for the ideal farm house with some land for hunting, grazing, lazing and entertaining. 

Cedar Park is a picturesque town filled with sidewalk- lined communities and well thought out neighborhoods complete with trails, parks, pools, sporting facilities and more, all within exemplary Leander ISD. Dining abounds in Cedar Park with Lupe Tortilla, Madola's Italian, Takara Sushi, and Torchy's Tacos. Many of my clients in Cedar Park use the Metro Rail to get to and from work, with bike. Shop well with Whole Foods 365, Nordstrom Rack, REI and Costco. Stay well with Orange Theory Fitness, Golds Gym and the miles of trails throughout this beautiful city. 

Round Rock...The cutest downtown, the best donuts anywhere, parks, old charmers and new construction alike, Round Rock encompasses all that is modern urban living with delicious dining, professional sports and new communities that will knock your red socks off, award winning Round Rock ISD, major employers and a Pita Fusion. If you have not tried Pita Fusion, do it now.

Highland Lakes - it's hard to believe you can still own a lake house in Central Texas for less than 300,000, but it's true if go out to Lake Buchanan, Inks Lake, and Lake LBJ you can find the lake house of your dreams (might need some work). Let one of my preferred lenders help you determine if you an afford a second home. Have you considered income earning potential?

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