Julie Alexander has worked in real estate development both personally and professionally for over twenty years.
Julie completed her first condo conversion for a client in 2003, and since that time she has formed over 2,000 condominium regimes and homeowners' associations across the state of Texas. She has represented over 1,000 private real estate groups, investors and developers. She has formed 1,000s of LLCs and Series LLCs for real estate holdings and development. She has represented real estate developers and investors, builders, real estate brokers and agents, architects, engineers, lenders, landlords, property management companies, and suppliers.
After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin with Highest Honors in Humanities and Plan 1, Julie earned her J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law in Austin. She started her practice in real estate and business litigation, and brings the lessons she learned from representing clients in courtroom disputes to her current work in structuring real estate developments and transactions to protect her clients from lawsuits and avoid preventable problems in developments and businesses.
Julie has a keen eye for unique properties and opportunities, and she brings that eye to her client's projects. Julie has personally developed over twenty residential, multi-family and commercial properties. Her latest commercial development located on East 2nd Street in Austin, Texas, houses her office, as well as a theatre company, event space and salon. Julie has lived and worked in the booming East Cesar Chavez neighborhood for over fifteen years, watching her client's projects grow and shape this unique part of Austin, and other central Austin neighborhoods.
Consulting & Speaking
Julie has given presentations on real estate development, condominium conversions and other development strategies across the US, including to: Keller Williams, Redfin, Real Estate Networking Club of Austin, Austin Infill Builders, Southern California Creative Investors Association in San Diego, Orange County Real Estate Investment Club in Los Angeles, Commercial Real Estate Training and Education in Las Vegas and Dallas, Dell, Applied Materials, real estate brokerages, title companies, chambers of commerce, and the University of Texas People’s Law School.