Vicki Hallman – EXP Realty – Austin, TX
– 9600 Great Hills Trail, Austin, TX 78759
A proud member of the LGBTQ Community
What makes Austin different is the progressive and positive attitude of its people. Austinites are happy and content in this great Central Texas area. Austin has so much to offer: natural beauty, music, film, festivals, Formula 1, lakes, rivers, parks, hike and bike trails.
Austin is a great place to live!
In today’s competitive real estate market, timing is everything. Many good homes are sold before they are ever advertised. Beat other homebuyers to the hottest new homes for sale in Austin. If you are ready to sell your home, purchase a new one, or if you are looking for Real Estate advice, you’ll want a REALTOR who is dedicated to meeting your goals in a fast, friendly, and caring manner. Someone who understands what it is to put “YOUR” needs first. I would like the opportunity to be your REALTOR and prove how I can provide you with such service. My strength in the Real Estate business comes from my willingness to commit in providing my clients with consistent, fine-tuned service tailored to meet your specific needs. I build relationships with my clients now and for the long haul.
Prior to Real Estate I worked as a teacher, coach, and athletic director in Austin and San Antonio. Along with working as a Realtor, I teach part time at Texas State University. I have taught there since my retirement from public school in 2005. I love the youthful energy and acceptance of young adults. They light up my day each time I see them. They are such free and unencumbered adults.
I have been blessed to have been mentored by warm and caring colleagues that always “had my back” in education. From high school coaches, college coaches and career colleagues they have all contributed to my success.
2014 – Inducted into my high school Hall of Fame – Distinguished Kearny High
School Alumni Hall of Fame, San Diego, California
2005 – Awarded the Texas Athletic Director of the Year by the National
Council of Secondary School Athletic Directors and the Texas Association
of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation