Kumara Wilcoxon leads and influences the Austin residential real estate market. As one of Austin’s top Luxury Real Estate Agents, Kumara consistently ranks among Austin’s select multi-million dollar producers. As number-one producer company-wide for Kuper Sotheby’s two consecutive years in a row, Kumara sold over $52M in 2015 and over $65M in 2016. Honored by Austin Business Journal as a top producer and distinguished as a member of Austin’s Elite 25, her connections to the top 1% of the industry allows her the privilege of access to the best properties, many of which are never listed in the highly competitive Austin luxury market.
Relationships form the basis for Kumara’s success. Her first priority is always open, honest communication with her clients. Finding the right property, or selling a home always has its rewards, but for Kumara, a life long relationship with a client brings her genuine personal satisfaction.
Kumara understands the importance of residential real estate investments. Inventory, location, price and timing are critical pieces of the process, and Kumara knows that for all the pieces to come together, her clients have to be smart and often, in the Austin market, patient. Kumara works closely with clients to find the right property at the right time in the right location. She also works with clients when listing their homes to evaluate and maximize the market opportunities.
With more than 15 years of experience, Kumara maintains a well-known presence, commitment and passion for the intricacies of the Austin real estate market, and the Austin life style.
Kumara is a Cum Laude graduate from the University of Arizona with degrees in Communications and Media Arts, and a minor in Spanish. She serves on her West Austin Homeowner’s Association Board, is a member of the Real Estate Council of Austin and the Downtown Neighborhood Association. She also works with her favorite charities, including Dell Children’s Medical Center, the Center for Child Protection where she competed in a dance-off to help raise over $750,000 for the abused children of Austin.