Martha Small — Realtor®, Broker Associate
Being a 4th generation Austinite, there isn’t an area in town where Martha doesn’t feel right at home. A Realtor since 2003, Martha balances her time between navigating Buyers and Sellers through the luxury real estate market and raising two children, Charles born in 2008 and Kate born in 2011. Martha feels compelled to give back to the Austin community, a trait instilled in her by her parents and grandparents. She is heavily involved with Seton Hospitals of Austin, specifically as Chair of the Seton Forum in 2011 and as Presidentr of the Elizabeth Ann Seton Board in 2013-2014. She is also a founding member of YTAC of Austin (Young Texans Against Cancer). A graduate of Casis Elementary, Martin Junior High and S.F. Austin High School- Martha went on to graduate with a BA in Political Science from TCU. She was married in April 2007 to fellow 3rd generation Austinite, James Dyess, CEO of Horizon Bank.
There’s a good reason why Martha’s slogan is Let’s Go! Just as she’s gone for her dreams, she wants to help you to go for yours in real estate. Martha works very closely with you throughout the process, ensuring that you have the tools and resources to make informed decisions. Martha offers a comprehensive network of services and support to help buyers and sellers alike, from a wealth of contractors for sellers and exceptional information on financing for buyers. But it’s the way in which she connects with you that truly makes a difference. Martha stays in close contact with you through frequent updates to keep you informed of the status of your transaction, helping you to anticipate and prepare for each step.
“This is such a wonderful place to live,” says Martha. “I love helping people find the best opportunities here.” If you’re considering the sale or purchase of a home in Pemberton Heights, Old Enfield, Tarrytown or other parts of Central Austin, contact Martha Small. She’s here to help you get the very best results, so Let’s Go! Call her today for a complimentary consultation.