Bill Morris Realtor

Real Estate Agent - RE/MAX Capital City



Residential market activity in the Austin metropolitan area is up.  As of April 28, 2011, here is a high-level look at our residential market:8,745 Active listings for single family homes1,473 homes Sold in the past 30 days At that pace, existing inventory will last about 6.8 months, compared wit...
I have spent a lot of time touting the strengths of the Austin area over the past couple of years, and trying to educate my clients and blog readers about important distinctions between the Austin/Central Texas real estate market and the dismal news we keep reading about our nationwide circumstan...
The real world -- not always what we wish or see on TV. I am asked frequently about how much certain home improvements will increase the market value of a home, or for advice on which improvements are best. My answer: Make changes that you will enjoy, and plan to stay for a while to enjoy them. P...
"Housing still can't find a date for economic recovery dance" was the way McClatchy Newspapers headlined a feature article this week about our national situation.  The same article was prominent in today's Austin American-Statesman Business section, but it did not make it to the online version of...
"Live Music Capital of the World," is a prominent moniker for Austin over the past several years, bolstered by major events like the Austin City Limits Festival and South By Southwest each year.  More importantly, there is live music in dozens of venues every night -- on vaunted 6th Street and al...
Continuing on a theme from yesterday's post, here are more articles from today's Austin American-Statesman: •·         More investment in the local office market - Spear Street buys lone University Park office building •·         Expansion of an existing employer - AT&T adding space, employees in...

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