Julie Butler

A natural communicator and extrovert, Julie genuinely enjoys connecting with her clients and understanding their aspirations.

As a graduate of Plymouth State University with a degree in International Adventure Tourism, the outdoor playground of Lake Tahoe became the perfect place for Julie to reside and thrive. After 10 years working in Tahoe’s exciting resort sales and event industry, Julie decided to pursue her passion in Real Estate. With great style and a keen eye for design, Julie brings energy, resourcefulness, and drive to everything she does. Being guided through the process of buying or selling is made easy with her by your side.
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jbutler@tahoemountainrealty.com    |    603.973.1543

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Tahoe Mountain Realty is such a great and knowledgeable company. The team was so helpful and professional though our search. Really happy with the service and expertise.

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Let’s Catch the Next Wave

June 5, 2021
Since fall of 2020, inventory in Truckee has been pretty thin compared to any other year, but that doesn't mean homes aren't moving, quite the contrary. Demand remains high; most properties that comes to the market see multiple offers within a week of listing, very much a "blink and you'll miss it" scenario. Learn how to prepare yourself as a seller or buyer in this wild marketplace.

June 2021 Tahoe-Truckee Market Update

June 2, 2021
Figures through May 2021 provide numerous milestone data points for the performance of real estate in the Tahoe-Truckee region. Notably, the most recent month marks 12 months since the abrupt overwhelming rebound in demand that followed market stasis in the immediate aftermath of quarantine. As well, several notable year-to-date thresholds have been crossed through the first five months of 2021 despite facing severely constrained supply. And finally, the very early days of summer have begun showing indications of the season to come.

Truckee Springs Protected!

June 2, 2021
As the days get longer and the air gets warmer, many of us begin to think about putting away our skis or snowshoes and lacing up our hiking shoes – and wondering what trails are ready to explore.

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