Like most of the world, Austin is preparing to celebrate the holidays like never before. For some, that means drive-thru events and virtual get-togethers. For others, it is beginning to look a lot like an early Christmas as trees are already coming out of storage and being decorated, It’s “Festivus for the rest of us”, as the late great Jerry Stiller gifted us in that memorable Seinfeld episode. That grievance pole is certainly coming out this year for sure, as everyone has a bone to pick with the year 2020. Continue reading →
Sellers who have their homes on the market between Thanksgiving and Christmas typically need to move, which makes this a triple threat season to buy. Interest rates are low, for one. In addition, sellers who need to move have their homes priced well. Lastly, not only is there a first time home buyer credit, but now a second time buyer credit as well.
Hey, have you heard the world is supposed to end in 2012? That gives us 2 years to go! Here’s a list Austin is not on…of the worst places to live if you are in a disaster movie, click here.
Last week I went on a tour of a new subdivision being built in South Austin, called Central Park. Located off of Stassney Lane, this 42 unit subdivision offers 6 floor plans, of which one plan is a 1-story. Base prices start at $188,999 and go to $236,999. Here’s a peak