2018 Platinum Top 50 Finalist
2018 ABOR Community Service of the Year Finalist

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Graduate Realtor Institute, GRI
Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist, CLHMS
Million Dollar Guild
Accredited Buyer Representative, ABR

About Emily
Emily Wehring is a REALTOR® who's integrity, client advocacy and strong negotiation skills allow her to captain clients through real estate transactions with the highest level of professionalism. Having lived in the Austin area for 23 years, she has an excellent understanding and insight into the city and its surrounding neighborhoods and schools. This knowledge enables her to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to finding the best properties. Community and business connections allow her to match the perfect buyer when you are ready to sell your home.

Extensive knowledge of custom home building, remodeling, and interior design are paramount to Emily’s success. Her keen eye for home improvement allows her to provide clients with broadened search options. She is dedicated to forging lasting relationships with her clients, ensuring that her clients’ real estate needs are met at every level, and strives to exceed expectations throughout every transaction.

Emily’s social and philanthropic connections in the Austin community are numerous. She has volunteered her time and expertise to charitable and community-focused groups including National Charity League, Westlake High School Guidance Committee, the Darrel K. Royal Research Fund Legacy Council, the Women’s Symphony League of Austin, the Cedar Creek Elementary Booster Club, the Junior League of Austin, Mobile Loaves and Fishes, Capitol Area Food Bank, Westlake United Methodist Church and many more. Emily was recognized as a finalist for the Community Service Realtor of the Year in 2018 for her many hours of dedicated service.

Emily resides in Westlake with her husband, Jon, their three daughters and two dogs. In her leisure time, she enjoys hiking, interior design and loves to try new and exciting cuisines from around the world, as well as homegrown classics.