About Elizabeth Adams
A native Austinite, Elizabeth Adams brings a deeply-rooted knowledge of the Austin community to the Urbanspace Residential team. Having lived in just about every pocket of central Austin, Elizabeth is intimately familiar with each individual neighborhood – and the lifestyle that comes with it – throughout the urban core. This wealth of insight has served as a tremendous resource to her long-standing clients in their home search.
Elizabeth has been selling residential real estate in a multitude of neighborhoods since 2010, when she was awarded the “Rookie of the Year”. She was recruited to Urbanspace in 2014 to bring her central Austin expertise to the Urbanspace team. She is committed to being a life- long learner. Thus the opportunity to add Downtown into her extensive list of mastered neighborhoods was an added incentive for her to join the Urbanspace family. Now years later, not only did she "master" the downtown neighborhood...she and her daughter's moved there!
Elizabeth’s love of Austin is exemplified in the numerous organizations in which she dedicates her time. Adams spearheaded the “Friends of Tarrytown Park” initiative, and is actively involved in the Austin Parks Foundation, Helping Hand Home for Children, and is on the board of the West Austin Neighborhood Group (WANG).
Her professional associations include the Austin Luxury Network, Real Estate Council of Austin (RECA), Austin Board of Realtors (ABoR), Texas Association of Realtors (TAR), National Association of Realtors (NAR), and Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS).
An alumnus of the University of Texas at Austin, Elizabeth’s professional background includes national account management and enterprise marketing for Dell Inc., tradeshow and meeting planning for the National Industrial Transportation League, and political staff positions within U.S. presidential and Texas gubernatorial and Supreme Court Justice campaigns.
When not selling real estate, or parenting, Adams is known for exploring new hobbies and enjoying old ones. A lifelong runner, Elizabeth’s love of running started on the trails of Lady Bird Lake as a long distance runner on Austin High’s track team.
Elizabeth, her two daughters and their two golden retrievers are proud residents of The Independent in downtown Austin.