Connie Havens

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Realtor Connie Havens, Real Estate Agent with Texas Premier Realty in Austin, TX

Mobile : 512-433-9775
Meet Connie Havens

I have been a licensed Realtor since 1998. Before beginning my career in real estate, I was a teacher and served in leadership positions in different organizations, including PTA, Medical Wives Auxiliary and Teacher Associations.

I love the satisfaction and rewards from working with people to assist them in the home buying and selling process. whether it be first time home buyers or helping Senior citizens with their decisions in downsizing or relocating.

I’ve earned several designations as a Realtor and served as 2011 President of the Texas Lone Star Certified Residential Specialist and Voted as 2009 Texas Lone Star CRS Realtor of the Year.

My husband Bill is a retired Radiologist and we have 3 sons, 3 daughters and several grandchildren.

My hobbies include golf, cooking, shopping, & knitting.  I also have a small monogram & embroidery business.

“Let My Experience Work for You”

                                           Connie



Recent Articles

Homebuyer Tips for Finding the One [INFOGRAPHIC]

  Homebuyer Tips for Finding the One [INFOGRAPHIC]
By Mary Carlton / Oregon Broker with EXP Realty, LLC

What Do Past Years Tell Us About Today’s Real Estate Market?

Don’t let headlines make you rethink listing your home this fall. Selling today means you can still take advantage of high buyer demand, multiple offers, and a quick sale.
By Cheryl Willey with Century 21 North East

FHA

Too many people put off buying a home because they think they need a big down payment. We can help. Our FHA loans are perfect for homebuyers with limited savings and easier to qualify for than you mig
By Jonathan Caguioa with ALLIANZ MORTGAGE NMLS# 346138 / DRE# 01403147

It’s Still a Sellers’ Market

Sellers, don’t miss out on this unique opportunity. Let’s connect so you can take advantage of this hot sellers’ market.
By Elaine Thomas with Century 21 Alliance Realty

YES - You CAN do hard things

  YES - You CAN do hard things  As we begin to try new things, it's easy for us to feel uncertain. We don't know what to say, what questions to ask, or what the process
By Leslie Huggins with RPI Real Estate Services

Location

Texas Premier Realty


Austin, TX