Mae Levitan - Agent
I graduated from St. John’s University with a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing and Management. I started my career in banking at Citi Bank as an investigator in government transactions and then went to work for the New York Bank for Business where I invested funds in CDs. I lived in Houston, TX, Tampa, FL, Dallas, TX, and Ambler, PA and before finally moving to Austin in 2002. After my last child left for college, I threw myself into real estate, and I have never looked back. Selling real estate allows me to work with so many people, including families and new homebuyers. I feel so grateful that I can help people with one of the biggest financial investments of their lives.
I’m a fierce negotiator. I have lived the relocation experience many times, both with and without a family, so I understand what my clients are going through. I’m personable and easy to work with. I pride myself in my organizational skills, how I interact with others, and how I go above and beyond for each client. I am a member of the National Association of Realtors, a graduate of the Real Estate Institute, and an Accredited Buyer Rep. You can find me on Zillow.
My favorite part of my job is closing, and when the client is thrilled to be in their home. That moment means so much to me because I have helped them settle into a new community. Outside of work, I’m passionate about volunteering. I’m a big believer in “Paying it Forward”. I’m a current board member of Shalom Austin and a member of The Dell Society for Health and Women. While living outside of Texas, I co-chaired an event for The American Diabetes Association and was a volunteer for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
I have lived in Austin for the past 16 years. Along with my husband of thirty-one years, I am the proud mother of Allison, a graduate of Bryn Mawr College, and my son, Andrew, who recently graduated from Fordham University. I am also the proud parent of three dogs: Lizzy, Nicky, and Sophie Levitan, and the ever-comical cockatoo, B. I am truly grateful for the blessings life has given me.