Keaty Real Estate LLC is pleased to have Tony Cobarrubia
on their team of experts. He has been working since November 2015 at Keaty Real
Estate. Television shows portray a “cut and dry process” of selling and buying a home.
Tony breaks those barriers when a client approaches with frustrations or questions
about the process. He can bring different aspects of the purchase of a home from his
experience and understand the real estate market. A University of Louisiana at Lafayette
graduate in Political Science, which requires the use of analytical skills, he is the
guy to speak to with any real estate market questions.
There are plenty of numbers to work with when it comes to the housing market,
and Tony Cobarrubia is a numbers guy who can help you decipher it. Tony says he is
“a number guy at heart.” He enjoys being a realtor because he enjoys helping people
out and putting in the effort it takes to find a home. Working throughout college has
prepared him to diligently work as he owns his own business and is a realtor. Setting
a script for himself, when committing to something, he sees it through. He is interested
in having a good rapport with clients, being a numbers person, and having exceptional
Kind friendly staff, and top agents to help with any home buying or selling experience! They are truly more concerned about your well being and happiness above anything else!
The listing process was quick and everyone worked with our schedule.
Carrie took care of all issues during the process so I did not have to worry. It was helpful because I was living in Kansas
Jamie really understood what I was looking for in a new home. It was a good experience with great results.
Lena and the Keaty are true professionals in the world of real estate.
Lulu was so sweet and on the ball, she has style and grace when dealing with other realtors.
Elise was available at all times and eager to help with any need.
Jamie was a great realtor, he was available to answer questions day or night.
Leslie was amazing! Love the extra touches, made us feel important.
I will remember most how hard Lindsey Reed fought for me. I felt like she wanted me to find a home as badly as I did.