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Austin's May Numbers AUSTIN, Texas – June 15, 2018 – 34-year-old Land Development Code continues to hold back housing market AUSTIN, Texas – Decreasing housing inventory paired with strong demand continues to drive Austin’s growing affordability crunch, according to the May 2018 Central…

Planning on making Austin your new home? Or maybe you're just looking around, wondering what all the buzz is about. If you've seen any of the numerous reports about Austin lately, you've heard it's a pretty popular place (see this article, or this one), and many experts have reported that…

In 1952, Herbert Crume purchased 3 acres of Austin land, in an area at the time that was ranch country, with cows and cowboys running the land. The road at 45th street stopped short of Shoal Creek, and was a wild area of swimming holes and natural landscapes. He and his colleagues from the…

While the business of buying and selling real estate is much like any other business transaction, with money changing hands for assets, it's also a very personal experience. It's one that before getting into real estate as a Realtor, I didn't realize how much you as the agent get involved…

After 6 months of the new TRID practices going into effect, we've now got some experience under our belts on what these final laws of the Dodd-Franke bill from 2010 has done to effect the housing industry.  Overall, the news is positive. Although home sales were down in November, just…

Charming and cosy, cottages in Austin have everything to do with timelessness and history. One of the first frame construction styles to be built in Austin, the homes of this style harken back to early days, and come packed with details, and a few compromises. Here are a few homes I've…

The Austin real estate market is not slowing down - it's still a strong seller's market.  Which means as a home buyer, you're likely to face other competition, once you find that home of your dreams. Here are a few tips I've used to help my buyers win in a multiple offer…

After the mortgage crisis of 2008-09, the government has been working to update the lending process for most conventionally financed single family homes that consumers use to purchase their homes. The group called the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau (CFPB) will enforce new guidelines…