Schuyler Williamson

REALTOR, Williamson Group

Schuyler Williamson is the Team Lead and Co-Owner of Williamson Group, a real estate team focused on educating and helping home buyers and sellers in Austin, TX. In addition to leading a team of seven, his individual production as an agent consistently places him in the top 100 of all agents in the Austin Board of Realtors. He teaches Williamson Group’s free monthly real estate workshops and presents on real estate at many organizations in Austin such as Oracle, RSM, Smith & Nephew, and HomePay.

In addition to Williamson Group, Schuyler leads Mission Home Builders, a construction company focused on urban infill projects in central Austin. Mission Home Builders constructs memorable homes and strives to maximize the value of a property while satisfying the owner’s unique needs. The company’s approach to maximizing value has led to its core values of Memorable Homes, Smart Design, and Quality Construction.

Throughout his life, Schuyler has always made service a core value. His professional career started as an officer in the Army where he was honored to serve our country in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Schuyler has spent the past five years as a volunteer mentor and teacher with the SCORE organization. Schuyler teaches transitioning soldiers and veterans in Austin and Fort Hood how to successfully start and operate a business. During Schuyler’s time with SCORE, he has taught and mentored thousands of soldiers. Schuyler’s students leave the class equipped with real world examples of how their experience in the military can help them win in corporate America.

Schuyler’s free time is spent with his wife, Kristen, and two children, Beau (7) and Rhett (3). He and his family take advantage of all of Austin’s outdoor activities, restaurants, and many giving back opportunities. If not in Austin, you will find his family making its way to the coast for some always overdo beach fun and fishing.

Schuyler is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, the US Army Ranger School, and the Texas McCombs MBA Program.