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About Luxury League

Luxury League represents the finest luxury real estate professionals in Austin and the Texas Hill Country, collectively selling 405 residential properties over $1 million in 2019. Members are selected by an advisory board based on luxury sales performance. When looking to buy or sell luxury real estate in Austin, Texas, look no further than the 28 professionals in Luxury League.

Austin's Most Powerful Real Estate Network

545

The 2021 group sold 545 residential properties over $1 million in 2020.

$1.7B

Cumulatively, this year’s Luxury League members sold over $1.7 billion in 2020.

$58M

On average, each Luxury League member had $58 million in total closed sales in 2020.

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Featured Listing: 2001 Peach Tree Street, Austin, TX 78704

Brand new construction in Zilker from acclaimed design/build firm Spaller Glover. With completion slated for early 2021, this enchanting stone + half-timber home captivates from the moment you lay eyes on the detailed masonry and wood exterior –  foreshadowing the impeccable craftsmanship carried throughout the home.  An expansive center hall connects the classical open layout, […]

2021 Luxury League Members Represent Over $1.7 Billion in Austin Real Estate Transactions in 2020

Thirty Austin-area real estate agents have been selected for membership in Luxury League for 2021.  Each year, Luxury League invites Austin-area real estate agents who specialize in luxury transactions (over $1 million)  to apply for membership. The applications are then evaluated by an advisory board, who selects members based on their luxury residential sales volume […]

The Surprising Way COVID-19 Changed The Real Estate Industry

This blog post was written by our partner, Brandon Blake, Owner & CEO of The Staging Company. We all can remember the first days and weeks of what has now become a global pandemic. There was a lot of mystery, some misinformation – and just a general uncertainty of what was to come. Kind of […]