Doug Jacobs, a real estate Broker, entered into the partnership of Jacobs & Mikeska Realtors in 1996 with Jeff Mikeska. Not only are we partners in Real Estate, we are life partners, together since 1992. Their partnership has proven to be wildly successful.
“Built on Trust and Integrity” is our motto. We work hard to create an enjoyable and exciting relationship with each of our clients.
Doug’s Broker representation includes buyers, sellers, new homes, leasing, and land. His clients live throughout Greater Austin and its surrounding communities, including: Weslake, Dripping Springs, Wimberly, Pflugerville, Round Rock, Georgetown, Hutto, Buda, Kyle, Cedar Park, Leander, Spicewood and Lakeway.
As a Native and life long Austinite there are not many neighborhoods within the Greater Austin area that Doug is not familiar with. He knows the Austin area and the Austin market well.
Browse the web site to search every available home for sale in the greater Austin area. They provide the tools to see all of the homes listed for sale by every agent with every company.
Doug is here to provide a professional, knowledgeable, experienced, and trusting relationship with everyone he encounters. His goal is to be your Realtor for life, and to make every Real Estate transaction a very rewarding and enjoyable experience. Put professionals on your side. Give Doug a call.
Austin has a vibrant and diverse LGBT community. Our community is spread out all across Austin. In fact, we are so diverse there has been no need for the creation of Gayborhoods. There are a large number of husbands and wives who are raising children who wish to live in larger homes in the suburbs with great schools as their focus.
Many of our younger or single people choose to live in the urban core bungalos or condominiums where they can walk to shopping and eating establishments.
No matter your style or budget there is an area of Austin just right for you. The great thing about Austin is that we are a melting pot of people. The pressure of being accepted in any neighborhood in the Austin area has been lost to the great diversity of the folks we call Austinites.