Austin Real Estate Market Still Brisk in 2015

January 15, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

The Austin real estate market continues to be one of the healthiest in the country. Our January Market Report, a compilation of last year’s numbers, shows the statistics by price range and zip code so you can check out your particular neighborhood and price range.  Although there are 7.45% more homes on the market now […]

June Market Report – High Demand and Low Inventory

June 14, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

·        28% more homes sold last month than the previous month. However the number of homes for sale has only increased 3%.  More buyers and fewer homes is why the average days on market for homes sold is only 59 days.  This is 6% fewer days than last month and 35% less […]

Austin Modern Home Tour

February 2, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Austinites who love MODERN will delight in seeing the 16 homes on this Saturday’s Modern Home Tour. Chosen for their unique style of architecture, clean design, minimalist and neutral with a touch of industrial qualities, the tour touts their sustainability and functionality as well as their unique designs. A wide variety of locations are represented […]

Stabilizing Home Values in Austin

January 20, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

   With fully 14% distressed “Solds” in Austin (and that number could grow), there’s a new term to know…Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP). This government program is an effort to help stabilize neighborhoods in distress. A foreclosed home can bring down the value of the entire neighborhood, especially with the changed appraisal regulations. Congress created the […]

Home Buyer Tax Credit Extended

June 18, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

This is great news for those folks who are currently under contract and don’t think they will hit their original closing date. Checkout the full story here… Market Watch News: Senate OKs extending home-buyer credit deadline If you would like some clarification on this story, please comment below or shoot us an email.

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