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Bad Economy, Good Time for Luxury Buy in Austin?

September 21, 2011

Are you trying to determine whether or not now is the time to purchase a luxury home? While there are many factors involved with making this decision, now is one of the best times in history to make a luxury home purchase if you have the financial means to do so. While the economic downturnRead More

Austin Texas Real Estate Market Update and Statistics September 2011

September 13, 2011

The housing market in Austin Texas continues to show stability in our September 2011 market update despite the recent national economic volatility. August 2011 was a strong month for the Austin housing market compared to August 2010 with a 28% decrease in homes for sale, a 25% increase in homes pending sale, and with a 27%Read More

Austin’s Luxury Home Realtor Brian Talley Recommends The Reserve at Lake Travis

August 26, 2011

Austin’s best luxury realtor Brian Talley recommends: The Reserve at Lake Travis Homes in The Reserve at Lake Travis: Home sites, ranging from $200,000 to $3,900,000 and one to 6.5 acres with interior, water view, and water front lots Villas from $765,000 to $1,395,000 Nestled in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, The ReserveRead More

Austin Texas Real Estate Market Update and Statistics April 2011

May 10, 2011

During the first 4 months of 2011 the Austin real estate has remained relatively flat compared to 2010 with a 7.52% decrease in the number of single-family homes sold and almost no change in the median sold price per square foot within the city limits of Austin. During April 2011 there was a 17.70% drop inRead More

Austin Texas Real Estate Market Update and Statistics March 2011

April 11, 2011

During the first 3 months of 2011 the Austin housing market has been relatively flat compared to 2010 with a 1.5% decrease in the number of single-family homes sold and a .7% decrease in the median sold price per square foot within the city limits of Austin. During March 2011 there was a 12.7% drop inRead More

Austin Texas Real Estate Market Update and Statistics February 2011

March 3, 2011

Texas is Heaven!  During February 2011 the Austin housing market showed price increases and a decrease in the number of homes sold for single-family homes in the city limits of Austin compared to February 2010. Median sold prices (total dollars per sale) were up 4.62% with median sold prices per square foot increasing 3.57%. There was aRead More

Austin Texas Real Estate Market Update and Statistics January 2011

February 4, 2011

Downtown Austin 2011 During January 2011 the Austin housing market showed major improvement with sales volume for single-family homes in the city limits of Austin increasing 19% compared to January 2010. Median sold prices (total dollars per sale) were up 3.7% with median sold prices per square foot down 1.3%.   The supply of homes decreased from 5.5Read More

Austin Texas Real Estate Market Update and Statistics November 2010

December 7, 2010

From January until the end of November 2010, the Austin housing market showed a decrease of 8.2% in the number of homes sold and a median sold price increase of 6.3% compared to the previous year. With gains in prices and decreases in sales volume, the overall housing market has been fairly flat with signs ofRead More

Austin Texas Real Estate Market Update and Statistics October 2010

November 11, 2010

As we near year end 2010 the Austin housing market sale prices for single-family homes have improved while the number of homes sold has decreased when compared to 2009. During 2010 it has taken about 5.8% less time to sell a home than 2009. Lease prices during 2010 have increased and the amount of time it hasRead More

Austin Texas Real Estate Market Update and Statistics September 2010

October 5, 2010

So far this year (1/1/10 to 9/30/10) there has been a 2.3% decrease in the number of single-family homes sold and a 3.45% increase in the median sold price per square foot compared to the same time period in 2009 within the city limits of Austin.  September 2010 showed a 35% decrease in the numberRead More