With over 20 years of experience as a Real Estate Appraiser serving the Central Texas area, and as a Designated Listing Specialist, Stacy brings to her clients the experience and qualifications to help them obtain the best return from their most valued asset – their home.
Stacy has many years of experience in analyzing markets and evaluating residential, investment, multi-family/income-producing properties, as well as luxury, vacant land and farm/ranch properties in Austin and the surrounding Texas Hill Country.
In addition, she holds the special Green Designation from the National Association of Realtors, reflecting special proficiency in Green building initiatives and awareness of the environmental impact of building. As a co-owner of Renove Residential Investments, LLC, which specializes in rehabilitating homes and restoring them to energy-efficient and gracious living status, she has gained experience which provides her with current, accurate information on how to identify problem areas in a home which could be pitfalls to a buyer. This allows Stacy to provide a general idea of repair costs, as well as an idea of an expected rate of return.
Best View in LV of the longhorns grazing and the iconic entrance towers.This is a John Hathaway designed Spanish Style custom home w/ red tile roof & oversized 1329 SF 4 Car Garage/Shop. Welcome home to the premier gated hill country community located in Driftwood surrounded by beautiful wineries & vineyards, craft breweries and fabulous outdoor life. Amenities: large lodge/ w game room,saunas,exercise rooms,commercial kitchen,3 pools,spa, putting green, driving range,tennis court & creek access.
Beautiful custom home in the premier gated community of La Ventana. +-4,340 SF Main home with a +- 662SF Secluded Guest cottage w/ living, kitchen, full bed bath and attached oversized 3 car garage/shop. A MUST SEE! Unbelievable views from the wrap around terraces and decks. Carefully designed landscaping, gardens with an in-ground pool/waterfall . Fabulous views include the LV longhorns grazing and the iconic entrance to La Ventana made famous by Carol Watson in her painting, “Texas not Tuscany”