Mickey Goldwater, Owner-Broker of GOLDWATER REAL ESTATE, GRI (Graduate of the Real Estate Institute), AHWD (At Home with Diversity), was first licensed as an agent in 1971. Born in Dallas, her family moved to Austin in the 50’s, then a small university town. She has watched the growth of Austin real estate beginning with her mother, who was “salesman of the year” in 1960, and her grandmother who was Owner Broker of Butler Houston. Mickey has raised three children while working full time in home sales and leasing and has become skilled in negotiations and real estate investments. She is committed to helping her clients whether they are leasing, buying or selling a home. With over 600 classroom hours of Real Estate courses and over 500 successful transactions under her belt, she confidently navigates you through the process making it as stress free and pleasant as possible. If you are thinking about moving to Austin or moving out of Austin and need to talk to someone to guide you and represent your interests, call Mickey, she would love to help you.

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