Prospect Real Estate is a boutique real estate firm with over 40 years of experience in the Austin market. Prospect has been responsible for the successful sales of over $226M in locally developed real estate including residential homes, single-family communities, and condominium developments.
Whether you’re looking for a house or condo, Downtown Austin or outside the city limits, investment property or a new home - a Prospect Real Estate agent can help. Our agents have the most up-to-date property information with off-market listings and exclusive access to new-build inventory you can’t find anywhere else.
Kay has worked in the real estate industry for over 20 years and brings vast experience engaging with buyers, sellers, and investors. From finding dream homes, flipping homes, buying short sales, investing in short term and long term rentals to numerous multi-million dollar sales - Kay has done it all!
“I’ve seen the ups and downs of Austin Real Estate and understand the importance of making an educated decision for my client.” As an active Austinite, Kay can tell you about the unique outdoor lifestyle that attracts new people to Austin. She understands the subtle differences in each neighborhood and school system. Kay has the knack for finding and closing unique properties to fit her client's needs.
Kay is known for her honest opinions, strong negotiating skills and her creative “out of the box” thinking. These skills combined with her steadfast approach to doing what is right for the client makes her an asset to any real estate transaction. Her clients say she is honest, experienced and extremely hard working. Her “go beyond the extra mile” philosophy allows her to maintain a loyal client base. Her experience and confidence help create a positive experience for all involved. Kay truly loves what she does and it shows. Kay is a member of professional organizations such as the Austin Board of Realtors, Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC), and the Austin Luxury Network. Kay also enjoys giving back to the community through nonprofit organizations such as Austin Pets Alive.