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2010 Austin real estate market: First quarter review

The first quarter of 2010 put forth a solid performance from the Austin real estate market. While home sales increased modestly during January and February, year-over-year Austin home sales increased a remarkable 27 percent in March, bringing the total amount of homes sold in the first quarter to 3,749 – a 12 percent increase over […]

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2010 homebuilding trends: Efficiency is in

Did you know the U.S. population is becoming increasingly older and diverse? What’s more, our nation’s population is expected to increase by 100 million people in the next 30 years! A report released by the National Association of Home Builders in January 2010 indicates that homebuilding trends are shifting to meet the new demands of […]

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Austin real estate market offers encouraging outlook for 2010

What began as a year with double-digit decreases in year-over-year home sales concluded with 2009 year-end totals falling only six percent short of the year prior. This comeback was made possible by the surge in home sales seen in the fourth quarter of 2009—a 38 percent increase in October and a 58 percent increase in […]

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Good news about Austin’s housing market

Thinking of buying or selling real estate in Austin, Texas? That’s fantastic! As history has proven, Texas survives. That’s why we are ranked as the top state for business and jobs in the current economy, the second largest cyber state and fourth best tax free haven. And located in the heart of the Lone Star State, Austin has been recognized […]

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Welcome to Austin!

Whether you’ve just moved to Austin or have lived here your entire life, there’s always something new to learn about the capital of Texas, a city constantly buzzing with music, business, technology, outdoor adventure and family fun. U.S. News & World Report ranks Austin as the third best place to live, based on its economy, […]

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