MEET MOLLY AUSTIN

Life for me is about connecting the dots. I grew up in a small Texas town and carried over that small town sense of community to the great city of Austin. For me, being a realtor is about helping people. It encompasses all the past career fits and starts I’ve had throughout my life and culminates in doing what I do best – connecting the dots. My background is in sales, marketing and promotion, beginning from my early days as top seller of Girl Scout cookies.

I have been blessed to have friends and family who keep me buoyant and work alongside me to support Austin Sells Austin. With the help of these friends and family, I have gained clients along the way who I now also consider my friends. I am grateful for these existing and new connections to my community.

I am a wife and mother who has the privilege of volunteering at my children’s school, my church and in my community. I love to help people connect the dots in their own lives. It starts with a dream and ends in a reality of you being able to call a house your home.

Thank you for considering me as your realtor. I look forward to helping you connect a few dots of your own and find your own community of connections.


Part of your community

Molly Austin is quoted in an Austin American Statesman’s article about Austin home sales in the winter months.

Volunteer Spotlight with Molly Austin, Teacher Appreciation Chair, Oak Hill Elementary

Molly has served as the Sponsorship Coordinator for the Travis Country 5k since 2014.

WHAT CLIENTS ARE SAYING...

"Dedicated Service"

Molly, I just wanted to thank you for providing such dedicated service. It has been a pleasure working with you and I look forward to having you as a neighbor! It would be my honor to recommend you to anyone I encounter who is thinking about buying or selling a home. I’m sure anyone would appreciate you as much as I do!

— Jason L.

"One Hell of a Realtor"

Thanks for your help Molly! My friend sings your praises and he’s about the pickiest person I’ve ever met when it comes to doing business, so you must be one hell of a realtor!

— Rob D.