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Ted Bose


The secret to success is to know something better than anyone else knows it…

And Ted Bose knows Austin, Texas. Born and raised in an Austin real estate family and having lived and worked in over a dozen neighborhoods all over town, this native has spent a lifetime getting to know every nook and cranny of our vibrant city, its dynamic culture, and the unique histories of its many neighborhoods.

Ted has been a trusted friend, associate and advisor for our family for many decades. We use him exclusively for all of our real estate transactions, and highly recommend him to others.

-Jeff Ragsdale

The secret to Ted’s success is his personal approach to business and unique ability to get to know his clients -buyer or seller- to make the ideal real estate transaction both successful and seamless. Ted has built a sterling reputation on his honesty, professionalism, and creativity coupled with his personalized service. Ted takes enormous pride in his clients' satisfaction and works tirelessly to yield exceptional results, resulting in a roster of loyal repeat and referral clients spanning decades.

With a history as a successful talent agent, resort manager, federal and state employee, and senior project manager for one of the world’s largest corporations, Ted’s vast experiences have prepared and trained him for real estate success. A true global citizen, Ted has lived and worked in Asia, Europe and both U.S. coasts. He has searched for homes all over the globe and is able to leverage his personal experiences helping clients relocating here do the same. More personally, Ted enjoys reading, gardening, travel, spending time with friends and family, and most of all, doting on his newborn twin daughters. Ted’s warmth and humor, combined with his boundless energy, make him the perfect choice when choosing your real estate professional.

5 things longtime Austinites may remember
  1.  The Uncle-Jay-Show and Packer Jack
  2.   2-J’s Burgers on Lamar
  3. “If you didn’t buy it from the Big O, you paid too much”
  4. Crackers instead of tortilla chips at El Patio
  5. Documentaries and foreign films upstairs at the Varsity Theater