Austin, a booming Texas destination for both individuals and companies, is expected to be the Nation’s hottest housing market in 2021 according to Zillow. In 2019, Austin was predicted to be the hottest market in the USA, and that proved to be true in 2020. So what does that mean for people looking to live in the city in 2021?
If you are a current homeowner or future home buyer, you would want to know what could affect the value of your home positively or negatively, right? We want to discuss how transportation systems can affect real estate and specifically, how “Project Connect” could affect real estate in Austin.
What is Project Connect? Project Connect is a $7.1 billion plan that ultimately promises to deliver a widespread … CONTINUE READING
It’s no secret that Austin’s population has been growing substantially. There has been a plethora of businesses relocating to Austin and expanding their operations in Austin, causing a big increase in job creation in the city. According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2020 population estimates, Texas added the most residents of any state this year, to include many people moving from the West … CONTINUE READING
At the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, stay-at-home orders were implemented and there were dramatically fewer cars on the road. During this period, there was a temporary reprieve from Austin’s long commutes which allowed the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority to address key traffic issues and make headway on projects that might have been limited by the usual congestion on key roads. After an initial drop in the … CONTINUE READING
This dramatic hillside home in Lakeway is sure to take your breath away with both its one-of-a-kind form and its views. An iconic treasure, the 2,240 square foot Sand Dollar House was completed in 1979 by John Covert Watson who studied architecture under the legendary Frank Lloyd Wright at the time he was building the Guggenheim Museum in New York. Organic modern architecture, the house is made of … CONTINUE READING
Austin’s workers and small business owners current struggle to survive might be an ongoing issue into 2021.
After watching the effects of COVID tear apart many small, local businesses in vulnerable industries, we agree that the pandemic will most likely continue to cause hardships for many employers and employees for the remainder of 2020 and in the beginning of 2021.