Thinking About Selling? You Should!

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There has NEVER been a better time to sell a house. According to the Austin Board of Realtors, Single Family homes in the Austin Metro area hit a median price of $475,000 in January 2022. That’s up $100,000 from January 2021. Our market has not seen this high of a hike in its history. Realtor.com among others projects many first-time …

Why Getting Pre-Approved is the Name of the Game

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The housing market, across the board, has been insane for the last few years. Then, you throw in a pandemic on top of that and – boom! Nationally, we are seeing many people flee from the big, unaffordable cities like New York, San Francisco, Denver and are establishing roots in Texas. The reason? Affordability and a newfound flexibility with the …

5 Reasons Why You Absolutely Must Sell Your Home During the Pandemic

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You may wonder whether you should sell your home during the pandemic. The timing couldn’t be better. Inventories are low due to the reluctance of many homeowners to allow strangers into their homes. Regarding COVID-19 concerns, the real estate market already offers virtual technology that makes it easy for buyers to see every inch of your home without stepping foot …

East Austin Opens its’ First Agrihood

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Village Farm Tiny Home Community has partnered with Green Gate Farms to develop the first Agrihood in Austin, Texas. This Agrihood is just south of Meadows of Walnut Creek in East Austin. This partnership brings farmers Skip and Erin onsite to live within the tiny home community while providing a farm stand, hen house for fresh pasture raised eggs, and …

Project Connect, Austin’s Traffic Solution

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Austin’s transit plan just put even more emphasis on trains to move people around an ever-growing city, with a potential rail line running through Dell Medical School. Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority CEO and President Randy Clarke and Austin Assistant City Manager Gian Fiandaca wrote in a recent memo to Austin City Council that they’ve made more tweaks to Project Connect, …

Austin Expanding the Convention Center

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The Austin convention center does more than just hold conventions for the city. This year alone in 2020 the convention center has housed covid paitents, hurricane shelterSecond Street on the south and East Fourth Street on the north, between Trinity and San Jacinto Boulevard. Sources:  

Amazon Hiring in Austin Metro Area

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Amazon hasn’t slowed down on delivering products or building facilities to help meet demand. With the holiday season coming up, the company announced it plans to hire an additional 100,000 full and part-time employees throughout the U.S. and Canada. Of those, 1,700 are in the Austin metro area. “We’re always investing when it comes to supporting customers, so we’ve opened 75 …

Lowe’s distribution center coming to Kyle

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The City of Kyle is getting a new addition to it’s growing community with a new Lowe’s distribution center. The major employer signed a lease for 120,000 square feet in Kyle Crossing Business Park. It plans to open a distribution center in Plum Creek, which is adjacent to where Amazon plans to open its facility. The 2,200-acre community houses about …