As managing broker of Austin Real Estate Partners, Bob is a strong believer in the importance of teamwork to create a collaborative environment among agents and support staff. Bob also believes in partnering with clients to provide the objective support they need and deserve on every real estate transaction. Bob founded Austin Real Estate Partners with his wife Melinda in 2003 after a successful 15-year career in finance, marketing and corporate strategy for such noted technology companies as Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), Compaq Computer (now HP), and Vignette (now OPEN TEXT).
When not serving his clients directly, Bob serves on the Texas Association of REALTORS® - Professional Standards Committee and serves as a Director at the Austin Board of REALTORS®.
In 2013, Bob was recognized as a Platinum Top 50 Realtor in Austin. PT50 was designed to recognize the most successful and well-rounded REALTORS who demonstrate leadership in community support/volunteering, advanced education and certifications as well as an above average sales history.
He is an avid football fan and an average golfer.
Contact: 512.288.8088, ext 7704Visit Bob's website → My Circle C Business: Austin Real Estate Partners
Posts by Bob McKenna
Circle C Housing Market Update August, 2019 Greetings friends and neighbors. In family-oriented neighborhoods like Circle C there is a noticeable slow down in buyer activity as many people are fitting in the last vacation of the summer and preparing for the school year. The more things change, the more they stay the same. I […]
Circle C Housing Market Update July 19, 2019 Whew, it’s hot out there! The high temperature is now hovering around 100 degrees Fahrenheit with a ‘feels like’ heat index or apparent temperature of 108 degrees. That kind of reminds me of the housing market… it’s hot too, but there is a ‘feels like’ index or […]
Circle C Housing Market Update June 13, 2019 Hey friends and neighbors! It’s officially summertime…the temperatures are rising; the pools are open, and the kids are out of school. Hopefully for you parents out there you have some camps planned or a trip to see family over the summer…and for the rest of you (empty […]
It’s April in Texas and that means your Property Tax values will be published soon if not already. So take a deep breath and lets take a look at the process to dispute your new 2019 values.
Circle C Housing Market Update February 14, 2019 Hey neighbors, Happy Valentine’s Day! Hopefully you’ve picked up something special for your Valentine and can relax the rest of the day. Me, I’m thinking about the housing market in good old Circle C. If you have a few minutes, let’s go over the numbers for the […]
Circle C Housing Market Update January 5, 2019 Hey neighbor, got a few minutes? Let’s take a quick look at Circle C’s last six months of home sales and as an added year-end bonus: the 1-year, 5-year and 10-year average price per square foot numbers across the 18 distinct communities within Circle C. The past […]
Circle C Market Statistics – October 2018 The housing market is starting to change in tune with the weather in Austin… we are seeing a seasonal cooling down from the once blazing summer months. The Past Six Months Reviewing the past six months (May – October 2018) we noted 220 homes were recorded as ‘Sold’ […]
Circle C Housing Market Update September 25, 2018 Let’s take a quick look at the Circle C housing market for a few minutes. Specifically, March 2018 through August 2018. For that six-month period, we recorded 230 homes sold in Circle C. The average sold price was $514k or $184/sf. 39 of those were in August. […]
Circle C Housing Market Update August 27, 2018 Summer is over, and school has started (yah!) so the historical residential buying months (MAY-JULY) has drawn to a close. January through July 2018, we’ve seen 222 home sold in Circle C… 36 of those were in July. That’s 10% more homes than same time last year. […]
A note of thanks to all of you who sent me “Get Well Soon” wishes following my run in with a rattlesnake this past May. What can I tell you – I learned a valuable lesson – and hopefully by following our updates on Facebook, you and your family learned what a bad idea it […]