When it comes to real estate, few names inspire more immediate confidence than Sotheby’s. Seeing the Kuper Sotheby’s logo alongside an Austin realtor’s name on a for sale sign gets people’s attention fast – and for good reason. Sotheby’s has spent over 200 years creating a global real estate company that is synonymous with luxury and authenticity.
Sotheby’s began as an auction house in 1744, making it the oldest operating art auction house in the world. Over time, the name Sotheby’s has rightfully become a paragon in the celebration and preservation of the world’s most valuable art. To learn more about the origins of Sotheby’s as an auction house, visit their website: http://www.sothebys.com/en/news-video/blogs/all-blogs/sothebys/2017/02/about-us.html
Over two centuries later, in 1976, Sotheby’s International Realty was born, bringing the same trust and dedication to perfection as their other holdings. In a very short time, Sotheby’s rose to prominence as the premiere destination for offering distinctive and beautiful properties around the world to the discerning public. By the twenty-first century, Sotheby’s had affiliates in major markets all over the globe. One such affiliate is Kuper Sotheby’s.
Kuper Sotheby’s is the culmination of decades of experience buying and selling luxury real estate in Austin, San Antonio, and other parts of central Texas. Three of the most respected real estate firms in the state – Amelia Bullock Realty, Kuper Realty, and Capital City – merged under the Sotheby’s name to provide personalized service and one-of-a-kind homes to people of central Texas. Presently, a realtor working under the Kuper Sotheby’s brand conveys to Texans that they are a cut above the rest.
Tarek Morshed, thought leader, entrepreneur, and Austin realtor, represents the ideals of Kuper Sotheby’s and Sotheby’s International. By offering unparalleled quality and luxury in both service and available properties, Tarek Morshed seeks to exemplify what Austinites imagine when they see that Sotheby’s logo beckoning them from the “For Sale” sign.
Visit Tarek’s website: www.tarekmorshed.com