Meg Alley

Meg Alley

Realtor®, Member of LAAN Sales Team & Liaison for Special Projects

OFFICE (512) 457-8884


Meg Alley is a longstanding and highly valued member of the Urbanspace team, having served in numerous capacities throughout her tenure with Urbanspace. In her most recent capacity, Meg is a Luxury Residential Agent, Commercial Associate, and liaison for the sale of special projects, such as the Seaholm Residences.

Meg's expertise includes listing and buyer representation for both residential and commercial transactions, in addition to operational and relational marketing initiatives.

Meg's client service philosophy is simple. She strives to provide a superior level of service, proactive engagement and innovative solutions in each transaction she engages within.

Meg is an active member of the National Association of Realtors (NAR), Texas Association of Realtors (TAR), Austin Board of Realtors (ABOR), and Travis Heights Neighborhood Association.

Originally from Omaha, Nebraska, Meg received a Bachelor of Biological Science from the University of Colorado, and continues to pursue higher-education accreditations through her recent master’s certificate obtained from the University of Texas and initiation of her CCIM designation. Alley is also an avid marathon runner and global traveler.

Meg is a proud resident of Travis Heights. 


What's your favorite spot in the urban core?

My home! Living in Travis Heights allows me to be walking and biking distance to everything, but still tucked away in a quiet neighborhood. There are few cities that can offer both an energetic city lifestyle and a quiet neighborhood - all within the urban core.

What's a perfect Austin day for you?

Brunch at one of my favorite places, such as Elizabeth Street Cafe or Blue Dahlia, followed by an afternoon on the water. Barton Springs, Lake Austin or Sculpture Falls are my top three water picks.

What's your most prized possession?

My pup, Roscoe. Chicken and Waffles.

What's your current obsession?

Running. I have a standing goal of six marathon races a year.