Karlie was an absolute pleasure to work with. She helped me and my roommates on all fronts to find the perfect house for us and we couldn't be happier. Extremely friendly and easy-going, picks up on things that you like and don't like, and amazing at her job. Won't ever use another realtor!
Karlie initially joined AustinRealEstate.com in the extremely vital role as the Client Coordinator. After graduating from Texas A&M University in 3 short years with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and minor in Sociology, she moved to the forever growing city of Houston, Texas. She left for the great city of Austin a few years later to be closer to her family and develop her real estate career. Through her education in the field of Psychology, Karlie’s strengths lie in understanding people, diverse communication styles, and proactively solving issues that are often unspoken. Karlie came to AustinRealEstate.com after serving in a leadership role for a well known real estate boutique in Houston, where her strong attention to detail and stellar client relationship skills made for a quick acceleration throughout the chain of command there. She continually goes above and beyond to ensure her clients receive first-rate customer service, meaning her relationships do not end at closing...It's all about you and your needs! In her free time, you’ll find Karlie out offshore fishing or enjoying boat rides on Lake Travis with her sisters.
I was moving to Austin from Ohio and had virtually no idea where I wanted to live. I had visited a couple of times, but not for long enough to get a good feel of the neighborhoods. Karlie Junot helped me out big time. She physically drove out to all the places I was interested in and gave detailed and thorough feedback on each one, as well as her opinion of what she thought would be best for me. I truly appreciated Karlie's willingness to take time out of her day and provide some excellent service for someone who couldn't do the in-person tours themselves. I would absolutely recommend Karlie to anyone and I'll probably reach out to her again in the future if need be!