Native Texan, Sarah has been an Austinite since 2010. Blossoming as a person during a successful career supporting and assisting a fast-paced office of eight ophthalmic doctors, Sarah now has shifted her focus toward the world of real estate brokerage.
Having developed a passion for service in the Austin area, Sarah has equipped herself with the tools necessary to help Austinites with their home buying and selling needs.
“Your home is your sanctuary”, says Sarah, “and it should be treated as such”. “It’s your pride and joy, it’s a big deal – It’s your own place to relax; to unwind; to be yourself. Your place to do whatever you want. It’s yours.”
As a proud member of the Twelve Rivers family, Sarah carries the values of hard work, integrity, and seamless client service into everything she does.
Sarah has always known how to show her worth. Whether it has been her approach to her grades in school, performance in sports, amazing customer service or her brilliance in sales – She is a high-achiever, who goes above and beyond.
People find it easy to talk to Sarah. She eases people’s stress. Clients repeatedly call her for advice not just on real estate, but on everything! Sarah is a friend who can confidently work her magic to calm their nerves.
Friends know Sarah as a trustworthy confidant with an outgoing personality - She brings that same energy to her interactions with clients. Sarah regularly demonstrates this “quality care” when working with clients. She easily takes other’s feelings into consideration and helps them realize their vision about what it means to be “home”.
As a “go-to” type person for advice on how to have a good time in Austin, Sarah is known to her friends and clients as being a master at recognizing not only excellent service, but premium quality and fun in their possible experience.
When Sarah is not making home ownership dreams come true for her clients, she enjoys cooking heathy food (mostly), trying new restaurants (frequently), traveling to relaxing (and fun) destinations & paddle boarding on Lady Bird Lake.