There are 6 blog entries for January 2010.
Friday, January 29th, 2010 at 6:45pm. 1,660 Views
The Austin unemployment rate (Austin-Round Rock) remained steady at 6.9% in December 2009 with 3,700 fewer people employed and 100 more people unemployed in Austin-Round Rock in December 2009 than the previous month due to an decrease in the Civilian Labor Force by 3,600 people. In comparison, during the same time period the State of Texas unemployment rate increase from 7.9% in November 2009 to 8% in December 2009. The United States decreased unemployment slightly raised from 9.7% in December 2009 from 9.4% in November 2009. Austin-Round Rock continues to be significantly lower than the National Average.
Between January 1st and January 29th of 2010 there were 274 single-family homes sold within the Austin city limits with a median sold price of
Tuesday, January 26th, 2010 at 1:22pm. 2,007 Views
Let us find out why these calculators are so important. It is a well known fact that mortgage payments are determined by a number of factors and each of these influence payments in a different way.
An example of how free mortgage calculators can help you
For instance if you are accessing free mortgage calculators online and you…
Thursday, January 21st, 2010 at 3:37pm. 2,363 Views
According to Grubb & Ellis Co., which is a real estate services and investment firm based in Santa Ana, California, Austin offers the best commercial real estate investment opportunities for 2010.
Although the experts at Grubb & Ellis Co. do predict that the commercial real estate market will continue to have difficulty throughout the rest of the year, the rate of decline will likely slow this year. Furthermore, the investment firm predicts that most property types will bottom out near the end of 2010 and that a slow recovery will begin in 2011.
When determining the markets that provide the greatest commercial property investment opportunities, the firm considered the long-term industrial, office, multi-housing and retail investment potential of…
Friday, January 15th, 2010 at 1:03pm. 5,712 Views
Click here to view updated statistics comparing Austin home sold prices during year 2010 to 2007.Since the last housing peak and fall experienced in Austin Texas between the years 2000 to 2001, average single-family home sale prices and volume have increased at a significant pace. The number of homes sold peaked most recently during 2006 while Austin home sale prices peaked during 2007. Since that time sales volume and prices have fallen in just about every part of Austin, albeit much less than many other cities around the country. None-the-less, there were some areas of Austin that experienced positive home price growth between 2007 and…
Monday, January 11th, 2010 at 5:03pm. 1,978 Views
Saturday, January 9th, 2010 at 8:54am. 1,659 Views