Nayeli helped me find a place to live in 2010, and she's very personable and professional at the same time. I really appreciate her honesty. She makes it obvious that she's more concerned with you finding a place you love rather than just trying to get you somewhere to stay. I've worked with multiple real estate agents before, and she's been by far the best I've had.
Bought a Single Family home in 2011 in Austin, TX.
Based on my first time home buyer experience in 2011, I can confidently say that Nayeli is the quintessential real estate agent. She was absolutely perfect in helping my wife and me find the right property and guided us through every step the process. She always made herself available, which says a lot because the only times we were able to look at properties was after work hours or during odd times on the weekend.
Aside from her real estate expertise, Nayeli has such a warm personality that made us feel comfortable when we were with her looking at properties, speaking with owners of those properties, or signing important paperwork.
Some close friends of mine will be buying a home over the next year and I will absolutely be recommending Nayeli to them :) .
Bought a Single Family home in 2009 in Spicewood, TX.
We were one of Nayeli's very first customers. From the start, she was professional, thoughtful, thorough, and accommodating. We would recommend Nayeli at any time for real estate services. We, indeed, intend to use Nayeli again when the need arises.
Bought a Single Family home in 2009 in Driftwood, TX.
I was a buyer with a highly specific intuitive want for my wife and my retirement house. I had restored Victorian houses in the Galveston Historic District for the last 30 years, so my knowledge for standards for construction and esthetic quality were high enough that I am sure most realtors would have gotten highly frustrated working with me.
Nayeli Cutler was highly professional and patient with this old man and showed me dozens of houses over a 5 month period of time. She finally found me exactly what I dreamed of but never expected to find in Austin: a New Mexico architect's Santa Fe adobe style house, built into the hillside; with 3 kiva fireplaces; terracotta tiles; hand stripped logs in the ceiling; 5 wood planked corrals, a barn, 40+ trees in the front yard, and located in spittin' distance from 2 wineries and the Saltlick BBQ joint. Not to mention that the property was used for the set as the grandma's house in the Temple Granden movie shoot. AND it was with my upper price range!
Stating I'm satisfied with Ms. Cutler's professional efforts is a gregarious understatement.