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Austin REALTOR® Brian Talley Top 1% of buyer agents in Austin Texas

November 16, 2009

For the first 10 months of 2009 Brian Talley was among the top 1% of buyer agents in the greater Austin area measured by total dollar volume sold.  Read the full press release by visting this link: Austin, Texas REALTOR® Hits Top 1% of Buyer Agents.

Austin REALTOR® Brian Talley on KVUE News for Top Selling Austin Neighborhoods

November 16, 2009

November 9th, 2009 Brian Talley of Regent Property Group LLC was featured on KVUE news (cable channel 3 in Austin Texas) for a story called “Outer Austin neighborhoods hot for home sales”.  Click on this link to view the story and video of the news clip.  This story was sourced from our recent blog about theRead More

Home Buyer Tax Credit 2009/2010

November 13, 2009

Real Estate Tax Credit Extended and Expanded: The real estate tax credit has been extended and expanded!  The details of the tax credit, which is compliments of the National Association of REALTORS®, is outlined below and can be found at realtor.org.  More information can be found at the IRS website by clicking this link. I.            The Basics:Read More

Top 30 Most Popular Neighborhoods in Austin Texas during 2009 by dollar volume sold

November 5, 2009

Looking for the top selling neighborhoods in Austin? Look no further. The following list shows the top selling neighborhoods in Austin ranked by the total dollar volume sold within the first 10 months of 2009. For those looking to purchase an Austin home, click on any of the subdivisions below to view homes for sale in that specificRead More

Austin Texas Real Estate Market Update and Statistics October 2009

November 3, 2009

The Austin real estate market was strong during October 2009 compared to October 2008. There was a 21% increase in single-family homes sold, a 1.8% increase in the median sold price per square foot, no change in days on market, and a huge decrease in supply. The median sales price decreased from $241,500 to $225,000, which indicatesRead More

Top 50 Most Popular Neighborhoods in Austin Texas during 2009 by number of homes sold

November 2, 2009

Want to know the most popular neighborhoods in the Austin city limits? While there are many ways to rate neighborhood popularity, the below list details those neighborhoods with the most homes sold within the first 10 months of 2009.  If you are looking to find Austin homes for sale in any of these subdivisions feelRead More

WITHDRAWN: Dallas, TX | Highland Park | University Park | Preston Heights | 4117 – 4119 Grassmere Lane | Duplex for sale

October 30, 2009

4117 – 4119 Grassmere Lane, Dallas, Texas • Highland Park • University Park • Preston Heights subdivision • Duplex Click here to view virtual tour This 2 unit duplex is in a prime location in the highly desirable Preston Heights subdivision just adjacent to Highland Park High School.  The owner currently lives on one side and rents out theRead More

Austin Unemployment and Austin Real Estate Market Update September 2009

October 26, 2009

The Austin unemployment rate (Austin-Round Rock) remained steady at 7.2% in September 2009 from 7.2 % in August 2009 with 5,600 more people employed and 100 more people unemployed in Austin-Round Rock in September 2009 than the previous month.  These numbers are due to an increase in the Civilian Labor Force by 5,700 people.  InRead More

Austin Texas Real Estate Market Update and Statistics September 2009

October 8, 2009

Fall has arrived for Austin real estate and we have some positive indicators in our September market update to brighten the day.  First of all, there were 9% more homes sold in the Austin city limits during September of 2009 compared to September 2008. I can’t even remember the last time that we had a salesRead More

Austin School Rankings 2009

September 22, 2009

Below are the results of a study done by Children at Risk. The results were published in the September 20, 2009 issue of the Austin American-Statesman. As stated in the Austin American-Statesman: "Children at Risk’s Central Texas study ranked 47 high schools run by 31 school districts and charter operators, 79 middle schools run by 38Read More