Kelly Glass is a native Texan, a Mother of three, and a licensed Realtor®, serving the Austin, Houston and San Antonio areas.
She began her career in New Home Sales, working for Builders like David Weekley, Newmark, and Lennar Homes. There she realized her passion for Real Estate, while learning invaluable skills in negotiation, marketing and staging homes, as well as identifying and meeting the needs of both Buyers and Sellers.
Kelly Has a true passion for the areas and the people that she works with. She values learning, and thus she is always striving to remain educated in her field, using her knowledge and experience as a valuable asset to educate her clients on the process of Buying or Selling a home.
Licensed since 2004, Kelly has been recognized for her achievements, being name a Houston Association of Realtors Top Producer for four years in a row. Kelly strives to always be an expert in her field, and she has taken specialized training, earning Designations as a Master Certified Negotiation Expert, and a Williamson County Specialist.
Kelly has experience with Luxury Homes, Short Sales, Foreclosure, Investor Purchases and Financing, Land Purchases, Custom Building and New Homes. With a vast experience in Home Building and Design, she also provides Design Consulting Services for local Builders, and her clients.
As a proud Wife to a US Marine Veteran, Kelly also serves Military Members and their families, having earned status as a Preferred Realtor of the Texas Veterans Land Board. She brings her knowledge and experience with many different loan types and programs to help her clients obtain the best financing options available to them.
Professional Memberships & Designations:
Preferred Realtor, Texas VLB
Master Certified Negotiation Expert
Williamson County Specialist
Member of National Association of REALTORS®
Member of Texas Association of REALTORS®
Member of Austin Board of REALTORS®
Member of Williamson County Board of REALTORS®
Member of Austin Multiple Listing Service
Member of CTX Multiple Listing Service