Lake Real Estate Agent
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Lake Real Estate Agent
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Lake Travis Real Estate Agent

Nancy Monts

Lake Homes Realty

(512) 886-8280

Nancy Monts is a native of Dallas, Texas. She graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas with a psychology degree. Before becoming a real estate agent Nancy worked in commercial property management and marketing.

 

Nancy has a deep-seated passion for the Austin lake area that started when she was a teen. She knew then she wanted to live on the lake and made that her goal! She stays on top of what is happening in the lake market. What Nancy loves the most about being a Realtor is the excitement of helping her clients start the next chapter of their lives. She loves helping them find their dream home or helping them sell their home and move on to their next great adventure. Nancy also makes a point to meet with enforcement officers to understand regulations and continually educates herself on the lake home economy.

 

When Nancy is not looking for her client's dream lake house she is on the lake! She has many fond memories of boating on various lakes. Nancy is married and has a daughter and two grandsons. She loves to travel, go on hikes and go kayaking.

 

Nancy has won many awards in the real estate industry like the RE/MAX Executive Club award, RE/MAX Premier Agent Service Award and Lake Homes Aqua Award. She is very dedicated to her clients and to helping them find exactly what they are looking for, and that is what makes Nancy a lake expert!

 

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About Lake Travis

Lake Travis is a member of the Highland Lakes chain on the Colorado River, located minutes from Austin, Texas.

 

The lake finished construction in 1942 with the primary purpose of flood management, although today it is also used for recreation and to generate hydroelectric power.

 

The lake covers over 18,000 acres and can reach depths of up to 190 feet, but the water levels have been known to fluctuate greatly due to dry weather spells and other factors.

 

Typical recreation at Lake Travis includes boating, swimming, skiing, and fishing, with common sportfish such as largemouth bass, catfish, white bass, and sunfish.

 

Area attractions include a water park on the lake, a zip line adventure tour, and even a chance to try out flyboarding, which is essentially a jetpack powered by water!

 

For the deep clear waters of lake living, with the convenience of Austin only minutes away, you can't beat Lake Travis!