Tyler Elley

Operations Manager

Tyler Elley, a San Antonio native, is an energetic and outgoing individual who is passionate about building meaningful relationships with others. Through and through, she is a team player with a can-do attitude.

Tyler thrives in the details as an asset to managing client relationships, project timelines, and marketing efforts. Her natural abilities are supplemented by a bachelor’s degree in communications and public relations from the University of Texas at San Antonio as well as an extensive account management and business development background.

Tyler works closely with our compliance department, marketing team, and technology innovators to help our clients' homeownership and selling goals come true. From renovations and repairs to staging, photoshoots, and events, she directs the traffic that prepares our listing properties and gets them the attention they deserve! As a problem solver who prides herself on being highly organized, Tyler always seeks to understand and streamline processes to ensure that both clients and agents are met with clear and meticulous communication at all times.

Real estate piqued Tyler’s interest from a very early age; she has fond memories of going on home tours with her grandmother, a 35-year veteran agent, and has always been innately drawn to the detail and design of homes. In her spare time, she enjoys exploring local events and the latest hot spots around town as well as unwinding with friends and family at her home away from home in Rockport, Texas.

Tyler Elley, a San Antonio native, is an energetic and outgoing individual who is passionate about building meaningful relationships with others. Through and through, she is a team player with a can-do attitude.

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