With all the new exciting projects happening, Austin is bringing more and more talent from around the world. The biggest number of people are relocating from New York, Washington D.C., Illinois, and the mass from California. A majority of our clients come from out of state and look to their REALTOR for guidance. Brendan Sanford has helped many clients relocate or invest in the Austin Metro area seamlessly. Find out why so many are moving to Austin, Texas with our helpful information on what to expect when moving to Austin or the surrounding areas.
What We Do Different
Buying a home is both exciting and stressful. With the Austin Market being one of the most difficult to get into, the process can seem overwhelming. Education and understanding is key to purchasing a home in the Austin area.
Our process begins with introductions and learning where and why you want to buy a home. We teach buyers and investors the process and what it will take for you to purchase a home. Our team helps you coordinate your utilities, suggest client recommended vendors such as movers and handyman, and provides weekly updates when your home is under contract. Our goal is to make sure you feel apart of the process without having to be here.
Why people love Austin
Austin is one of the most pet-friendly cities in America. You'll find that man's best friend can enjoy numerous activities. Check out our blog to see what activities and restaurants you can take your dog too.
When relocating to Austin, one of the first things you will notice is the interactions between people. Austin takes southern charm to a new level. Locals chat with everyone whether it is in line at the grocery store or walking down the street. Austin culture embraces diversity and authenticity.
DO WHAT THE LOCALS DO
We have a recommended list of stops and neighbors for you to see to get the feel of what living in Austin, Texas is like.
Most people don't think of grocery store when trying to get the full local experience. HEB has become an integrated grocery shopping experience throughout Austin. You will find one every few blocks. HEB is where are Texans go to grocery shop.
Lady Bird Lake
Lady Bird Lake is one of Austin's notorious spots. Nestled downtown, Lady Bird Lake is a section of the Colorado River that has turned into a hot spot for canoeing, kayaking or paddle boarding.
The Domain opened in 2007 and has 100 upscale mainstream stores and restaurants. With lush landscaping, custom art elements, children's play areas, an event lawn and regularly scheduled live music, the center offers a uniquely Austin experience. The shopping center features a mix of luxury and high-end retailers, as well as traditional stores, almost half of which are exclusive to the shopping center within the Austin market. Parking is free and in garages.