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Location, Location, Location: What to Consider Before Making your Decision

If you’re moving to a new city like Austin, it’s crucial that you study the location before planting your roots. Consider factors like your job location; traffic; preferred activities; personal characteristics; mode of transportation; as well as your budget, including aspects like housing, transportation, entertainment, etc. The Traffic Scoop Austin’s traffic is noteworthy if you […]

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Central Texas REALTORS® Giving Back

A wreath on the door, a warm fire in the family room, and hot cocoa on the stove—all staples of the holiday season for most. But, without a home, none of them are possible. On December 3, Central Texas REALTORS®, along with Habitat for Humanity and KVUE, kicked off the Homes for the Holidays Blitz Build. In only nine […]

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“Stuff the Bus” This Weekend

The new school year is just around the corner (I’m sure that your kids are thrilled!), so it’s time to restock your children’s backpacks and binders with brand-new school supplies. For a lot of people, this is the time to start fresh and give kids the resources that they need to succeed on a daily […]

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The Hidden Benefits of Homeownership

For decades, homeownership has been a staple of the “American Dream,” and continues to be so today. Owning your own home is one of the most rewarding purchases you’ll ever make. It provides you and your family a sense of confidence and stability. Your home shows a commitment to your community and your family’s future. […]

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All Home Searches are Not Created Equal

There are a lot of home search engines to choose from. So, how do you find the one that you can trust the most? All of them promise the most accurate, up-to-date listings, but in some cases that’s simply not true. In a competitive housing market, you need accurate information that you can trust. REALTORS® […]

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