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Michael E Linnemann

President/Broker at Linnemann Realty
As President / Broker of Linnemann Realty I truly enjoy my life in real estate. Getting here was tough, and I've learned a lot in the 23 years that I've been in the business. My career has certainly not followed the path of a typical Realtor. As a result, it has provided a wealth of experience that proves very beneficial to my clients.

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About Michael

Name one of your weird quirks.
I talk to myself out loud excessively, and in front of people apparently.

Favorite junk food?
Nacho cheese Doritos

Pet peeve?
Being out of Doritos

If you could have a superpower, what would it be?
Flight

Favorite band?
Rush
Dogs or cats?
Dogs

Most beautiful place you’ve ever been?
Bora Bora

When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
The guy with his name on the building. Check that box please!

Favorite hobby?
Cooking

First concert?
Joe King Carasco at the South Park Meadows in Austin, 1983

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Perspective

Mike Tyson has dropped a few jewels of wisdom on us over the years.  One of his lesser-known quotes came when he pointed at his head and said “In here it’s a bad neighborhood, and you’re always by yourself.” Those words ring so true in so many ways.  While I’ve

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October 2023 Market Update

https://youtu.be/Ui6uHuWZJCY Hey, it’s time for your market update with Mike here at Linnemann Realty, talking about our rental market. and reaching out to all our property owners who have their properties in our care. We’ve got a growing rent list right now. It is not anything unusual; it happens from

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Full Circle

Full Circle Today’s writing gets personal, and requires a bit of backstory, so please bear with me and follow along.  I promise you it’s worth it. I moved to Central Texas in 1992.  A college graduate from UT, I had just washed out of my corporate Fortune 500 job and

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