Athena Watkins is an Associate at Accel. She is a Realtor® dedicated to your success. With a strong understanding of the market and her focus on genuine communication, Athena will ensure you make informed decisions every step of the way. She has an eye for detail and enjoys finding answers to all of your questions. Athena works tirelessly to help your transaction run smoothly and on schedule. As Athena’s client, your goals become her goals.
An Idaho native, Athena left home to earn her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre at Florida International University. This background in live performance built a solid foundation for her ability to think on her feet and solve problems creatively. She loves connecting with people from all walks of life and hearing their stories. Athena has performed with local theatre companies such as Alley Repertory Theater and Opal Theatre Company, and she is always on the lookout for unique local events and performances.
“Athena Watkins worked extraordinarily hard to help my wife and me find a house to buy for my mother, who moved to Boise after my father died. She gave great advice and much encouragement to persevere in this very difficult market for home-seekers. The bid we made was just high enough to beat the competition and the added teasers that Athena suggested we throw in worked. Then getting to closing had several hurdles, and she helped us over each of them.
I would recommend Athena as a realtor for either seller or buyer to anyone. Even though she is young and relatively new in the field, she knows her stuff and performs like an experienced pro.
You won’t be disappointed if you choose her to represent you. We still keep in touch and now count her as one of our friends. ” —Jeffrey Smith
“Athena did an amazing job helping us find a house better than we imagined. She made our old house look its best and priced our house just right so that when we listed we received multiple offers within days. From start to finish, Athena was there to help us with every step of the process, from dreaming to closing (and checking in beyond that).” —Marlee Heistuman