July was a busy time for real estate and August seems to be treading the same. Typically, we start to see a slow down as the temperatures rise and the new school year begins, but there is nothing typical about … Continue reading August 2020 Real Estate Talk
Buyers are in full force in Austin. Inventory remains low while buyer demand surges. Thanks to a majority of people now working from home, homes with an additional space for a dedicated office are hot commodities. As of June 14th, pendings (homes … Continue reading July 2020 Real Estate Talk
Overall March 2020 ended on a high note for sellers. The graph below shows a 3-year market stat comparison for Austin and surrounding areas. As you can see, average days on market was less compared to the previous two years … Continue reading March 2020 Housing Report for Austin
February was another strong month for sellers — low inventory and higher sales prices. Romeo Manzanilla, 2020 ABoR president, said, “Historically low interest rates are a driver in the market response we saw in February and will continue to act … Continue reading February 2020 Housing Report for Austin
I can attest, inventory is low. In the current real estate climate, I’m counseling buyers to be prepared to move quickly on pulling the make an offer trigger when they find a house they like AND that there is a … Continue reading January 2020 Housing Report for Austin
I’m often asked, especially by first time home buyers, how many houses does a person need to see before they are ready to buy one? My answer, as with most answers in real estate, it just depends. It depends on … Continue reading How many houses do I need to see before making an offer?
You did your home selling research by watching numerous episodes of Love it or List it on HGTV. With 150 people a day moving to Austin, you felt like your house should sell quickly. (Heck, it can’t be that hard … Continue reading Why hasn’t my house sold in Austin’s ‘HOT’ Real Estate Market?