Josh Clifton

Josh Clifton

Realtor®

OFFICE (512) 457-8884

Biography

Josh brings to Urbanspace a passion for green building, smart urban development, and care for the environment — combined with a customer service philosophy

that strives to exceed his clients’ expectations every step along the way. 

Josh obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Resource Management from Texas State University and worked as a Ranger in both Big Bend National Park and the Weminuche Wilderness of Colorado. After returning to Austin, Josh developed his client service expertise at the Four Seasons Hotel where he enjoyed working closely with clients from all over the world. For the past 24 years, Austin has been Josh’s home base and launching place for his extensive travels throughout Mexico, South and Central America. 

A member of NAR, TAR, and ABOR, Josh has been a licensed Real Estate Agent for over three years and has taken numerous courses in Urban and Regional Development. Josh enjoys every aspect of the business, striving diligently to satisfy all of his clients requests with an acute attention to detail. His experience working with the Four Seasons has imbued him with a firm understanding of the highest standard of customer service. Coupled with his background in the healing arts, Josh is able to compassionately connect with people to guide them to their ideal urban lifestyle.

Josh is currently a proud resident of South Austin.



Q&A


What is Austin’s best kept secret?

I can't share the best kept secret with you, however the second best secret is the East Austin Urban Farm Tour.


What's your favorite live music venue?

It’s between The Moody Theater and The Paramount.


What’s a perfect Austin day for you?

The perfect day for me would be spending time with my family all day. Grabbing coffee at Radio, heading to brunch at the Four Seasons, picking up our pocket Beagle "Shanti" and miniature Aussie "Rhythm" before heading to the Great Outdoors and walking along the Hike and Bike Trail. Grabbing a glass of wine somewhere on South Congress and seeing where the day takes us in this eclectic, event-filled city.