Back to School “Top 5 AISD FAQ’s”

I have compiled the Top 5 Austin Independent School District FAQ’s for you to easily access. Whether you just moved to your new Austin home, transferred or just need to get in touch with your child’s school. This sheet cheat will quickly guide you…. How do I enroll my...

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Tips For Winning Multiple Offers

Winning “Multiple Offer Situations” Currently we still have many parts of Austin experiencing multiple offers on homes. One of the things my buyers are most surprised about is seeing homes with over 10 offers on them even in the suburbs! I’ve had to let them know that...

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Chunky Apple Banana Bread

Banana Bread? OK, I know what your thinking "Why does a Realtor have a Apple Banana Bread recipe on her website?" Well, over the years I have found that when selling a home, it is always a good idea to fill the air with the wonderful aroma of fresh backed goodies....

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How To Sell Your Home Faster

If you live in the Austin area, have you ever noticed as soon as a home comes on the market within days they are under-contract or sold. Well, there might be some elements of luck, but there are several major factors that play into the speed of which your home is...

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First Time Home Buyers Tips

If your a first time home buyer, the process of buying a home can seem overwhelming. At the same time it is exciting and lots of fun. As a longtime Real Estate Agent, I have seen just about everything, but there is one thing I never grow tired of, that is when a...

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Austin expects best retail growth in U.S.

Austin is the most likely city to experience retail growth for the rest of 2009 and into 2010, according to a ranking today by Pitney Bowes Business Insight. The report lists the top 10 U.S. metropolitan areas experts expect to experience quarterly retail sales growth...

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Central Texas Economy In Perspective

For the first several months of 2009, Austin was alone among major metros in continuing to see positive year-over-year job growth. That streak ended when revised May numbers were released by the Texas Workforce Commission. The initial release of July estimates shows...

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Report: Austin among best performing U.S. metros

Austin Business Journal Austin and San Antonio will be the first two U.S. cities to recover from the recession, according to a new national forecast from IHS Global Insight. The forecast from the Lexington, Mass. economic research firm suggests the two Texas cities...

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Austin has a New 21 Acre Park

We have a new 21 acre park west of Palmer auditorium. It is a 21 Acre Park, I wasn't even aware that there was 21 acres west of Palmer auditorium. But to my surprise there is, another park is a great idea. It's weird how land just magically appears. The park...

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Halloween Haunting in Austin

Below you will find a couple of Halloween attractions with plenty of darkness, ghouls, and creepy scenery to get anyone into the Halloween mood. Enjoy and share your halloween experiences with us. Mansion of Terror - Slaughter Circus and Freakshow - Excellent scare...

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