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Events in Austin June 2011 Blanton B scene Friday, June 3, 2011 6pm - 10:30pm Blanton Museum, MLK at Congress Join me for B scene, a bi-monthly art party, as the Blanton celebrates their summer exhibition About Face: Portraiture as Subject. There's a live performance by up and coming Austin b...
Perhaps it should, but the reality is that sometimes living closer to work isn't an option. Most often the reason a buyer chooses a home location is a combination of price and aesthetics. For instance, if you work in downtown Austin you will be paying a premium price to live there; upwards of...
Austin Real Estate Statistics Made Simple APRIL 2011 VS April 2010 Homes Sold: 1,698 - DOWN 16% Median Sales Price: $196,400 - UP 3% Days on Market: 88 - UP 28% Active Listings: 9,679 - DOWN 10% APRIL AS COMPARED TO MARCH March Homes Sold: 1,597 - April is UP 6% March Median Sales Price: $185,2...
If you like to keep up with real estate in your area, here is a great way to do so. Monthly, I post an eNewsletter covering housing trends across the country. Here is the link: http://robinscottrealtor.housingtrendsenewsletter.com.
Sometimes people think they want to sell their home without enlisting the aid of a REALTOR but I don't understand why. REALTORS have so much more experience and much better resources than a homeowner for marketing a property, negotiating an offer and navigating the processes. HomeGain recentl...