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Austin Real Estate Market January – June 2019 Update

Austin Real Estate Market

Are you planning on buying a home in the Austin Texas area before the end of 2019? If so, the good news is that the local real estate market remains strong.

During the first six months of 2019 homes sales in the greater Austin Texas area actually rose by 4.3 percent while home sales in the city of Austin declined by 1.6 percent (Source – Austin Board of Realtors).

“We have seen slight dips in Austin’s home sales before, but because this decrease is over the course of six months, it could be indicative of a larger trend,” Kevin P. Scanlan, 2019 president of the Austin Board of REALTORS®, said. “Austin’s limited housing inventory—which dropped below two months in June—and increasing home prices have resulted in fewer sales over time. As Austin continues to be one of the most desired cities to live in the United States, the suburbs are benefiting from this demand.”

More People Are Moving To The Suburbs

There is no denying that Austin continues to be the “hot spot” for relocation in the United States and as of July 2019 many people who are moving to the ATX area are searching for homes in the suburbs first before looking in the city. This means that nearby towns like Round Rock, Hays County, Bastrop County and Williamson County are all very popular relocation destinations right now and demand for homes in these areas doesn’t show any time of slowing down soon.

What To Expect From The Second Half Of 2019

With mortgage interest rates currently hovering at 3.83 percent it’s likely that demand for real estate in the Austin Texas area will remain high for the remainder of 2019.

If you have been thinking about buying your first or second home in the Austin area now is the time to make your move especially before interest rates change or we have another major change in the real estate market.

To search for homes for sale in Austin, or to speak with me about selling your home, contact me today by calling (512) 944-7378 or click here to connect with me online.

 

Two Austin Area Venues Ranked Best For Live Music In The World

There’s no doubt that Austin is a fantastic place for live music but does it have some of the best live music venues in the world? The answer to this question is yes.

Thanks to recent data from Pollstar Magazine, we know that ticket sales from January 1st through January 30th of this year for Whitewater Amphitheater in New Braufels and Austin’s 360 Amphitheater make both music venues the top destinations in the world, at least for one month anyway.

Texas Ranks As Top Live Music Destination As A Whole

Are you planning on visiting San Antonio or other cities in Texas to see your favorite bands play? If so, you will be in good company because the recent Pollstar Magazine data also ranks Texas as one of the top states for live music.

Some of the best venues for live music in Texas include the Toyota Music Factory in Irving, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in the Woodlands and the White Oak Music Hall in Houston.

Best Concerts To Catch In Austin This Summer

Back to the topic of live music in Austin, some of the concerts that you should consider adding to your schedule this summer include The Alarm (July 19th), Beck and Cage the Elephant (July 26th), Sublime with Rome (August 1st) and Moe with Blues Traveler (August 11th).

Search For Homes In Austin Texas

Are you thinking about relocating to Austin Texas? If so, I can help you find a great home in the ATX area! Contact me today at (512) 944-7378 or click here to connect with me online.

Tips for Selling Your Home During the Summer Months

Are you planning on selling your Austin Texas home this summer? If so, you’re making a smart choice because mortgage interest rates remain low while demand for real estate in the ATX area is high.

If you’ve never sold a home before during the summer months, I will provide you with several tips to consider that will help make your home more memorable than others that a buyer may be thinking about buying.

Tip #1 – Control the Environment Inside Your Home

Since it’s summer in Central Texas everyone is having to deal with the heat. The good news is that you can turn the heat to your advantage by controlling the environment inside of your home.

How? You can control the environment by first setting the temperature in your home to a comfortable 78 degrees or cooler. Your goal with having a comfortable temperature inside your home is for buyers to feel an instant sense of relief and you want to make it less enticing for them to leave right away.

Tip #2 – Encourage Buyers to Sit and Relax

Besides controlling the temperature inside your home, you should also encourage buyers to sit and relax for a while by leaving bottles of water, soda or lemonade out for them to drink while touring the house.

Besides leaving refreshments out for buyers, you should also make sure that your home has plenty of places for them to sit and relax because this will help them to feel more “at home” when they are inside your home.

Tip #3 – Go on A Vacation

Have you scheduled your vacation yet? If not, why not take two weeks and go on vacation while your home is for sale? This will help give your Realtor® more time to show your house while you are away and eliminate them having to be concerned if your home is in “showable” condition when they call to tell you that they are bringing someone by.

Contact Me

To learn more great tips for selling your Austin Texas home, or to search for homes for sale, contact me at (512) 944-7378 or click here to connect with me online.

Austin Real Estate Market – July 2019 UPDATE

 Image credit – MileStone Community Builders

 

The Austin Board of Realtors is reporting a sizable increase in both home sales and homes going pending in May.

With interest rates now hovering around 3.5% for a 30-year fixed, the buyer market appears to be red hot.

Now Is the Perfect Time to Sell Your Austin Texas Home

If you are considering a home purchase, get with me as soon as you can so we can take advantage of the market. And if you aren’t considering it, perhaps you should! 

Austin Remains One of the Hottest Housing Markets in The United States

You can see just how hot Austin’s housing market is when you look at recent trends and statistics.

Take the median “days on market” (DOM), for example. This metric shows how long it takes for properties to sell, from the initial listing to the contract. A lower DOM shows that homes are selling quickly within a particular market, while a higher number indicates more sluggish conditions.

Austin currently has one of the lowest median days on market in the country, and certainly the lowest among the major metros in Texas.

As of early May 2019, homes listed for sale in Austin, Texas spent a median of just 12 days on the market before going under contract. That indicates a fast-moving housing market with strong demand from buyers.

For comparison, the national median DOM for that same period was 40 days.

Among Texas’s major metro areas (including Dallas, El Paso, Houston and San Antonio), Austin currently has the “fastest” housing market in 2019. At least when you measure it by median days on market.

The city also has a lower level of supply, when compared to the other major cities in Texas.

As of May 2019, the Austin area still had less than a two-month supply of homes for sale. A “balanced” real estate market has closer to five or six months’ worth of supply. The nation as a whole had about a three-month supply of homes during that same period.

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Should You Build A Pergola in Your Backyard?

Are you searching for ideas or improvements that you can make to the backyard of your Central Texas home? If so, you’ve come to the right place!

One of the best improvements that you can make to the backyard of your home is to build a pergola.

What Is A Pergola?

What exactly is a pergola? A pergola is typically an open roof structure that provides moving shade and the ability for you to have a place to sit outdoors without getting sunburned.

In 2019, there are a wide variety of materials on the market that you can use for building a Pergola including weather resistant material is like PVC piping, vinyl, concrete, stained cedar or even redwood.

How Much Does A Pergola Cost to Build?

The good news about building a Pergola is that it’s extremely affordable to build and costs only about $3,000 or less depending upon where you purchase your materials and if you build a pergola in your backyard yourself.

Thanks to the internet, there are a wide variety of websites that offer free Pergola plans online that you download and print in the comfort of your home and there are also tons of videos on YouTube that you can also utilize to learn everything that you need to know to build a pergola in your backyard yourself. 

If you’re still debating building a pergola, one more reason to consider building one is that having another space outdoors for your guests to sit will also add more value to your home as well because, the pergola will essentially function like another room in your house and provide your guests with a place to sit outdoors and enjoy the weather all year long.

Get More Ideas That Will Increase the Value of Your Home

For more ideas that will increase the value of your home, or to speak with me about selling your home, contact me today by calling (512) 944-7378 or click here to connect with me online. 

Should You Invest in A Swimming Pool For Your Home?

Now that summer has arrived, you may be wondering if you should invest in a swimming pool for your backyard because, with the summer heat, everyone is thinking about ways to stay cool and having a swimming pool in the backyard is definitely one of the best ways to accomplish that goal.

If you’re “on the fence” about making the decision to invest in a swimming pool for your ATX home, this article will provide you with more information about everything you need to know before having a pool built on your property.

How Much Does A Swimming Pool Cost?

Yes, you could go to Walmart in purchase a pop-up swimming pool for only $300, or you could invest in having a real swimming pool, that will be built in your backyard and last for decades to come but the big question is how much will it cost?

As of 2019, depending upon the contractor that you choose in Central Texas, the average swimming pool can cost anywhere from $21,000 or more to have a swimming pool built in your backyard.

$21,000 is the least that you can expect to pay in upfront costs, unless you rent a backhoe and dig the pool yourself because, besides the upfront cost, there’s also going to be an additional cost that you should expect to pay including new landscaping and ongoing maintenance costs.

What Value Will It Add to Your Home?

Thanks to many Real Estate websites like houselogic.com, we know that a typical swimming pool in the South can add up to 7% to your home’s value. This doesn’t sound like much but the reality is that swimming pools are very desirable in Central Texas for the obvious reason that we have heat for most of the year.

In Central Texas, a homeowner can practically use their swimming pool for up to 10 months of the year so regardless if you’re planning on investing in a swimming pool for your forever home, or for the home that you’re going to be living in for the next 10 years, it is a smart investment for you to make that will also add to the quality of your life as well.

The good news is that right now is the perfect time of year to build a swimming pool in Central Texas because, with the warm weather summer months ahead it’s only going to take a contractor about 10 weeks to get the job done so if you were to have your swimming pool project started in July it could be done as early as the first week of October or sooner.

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Do you still have questions about building a swimming pool in the backyard of your Central Texas home? Or are you from interested in purchasing another home in Austin or the surrounding area? If so, contact me today by calling (512) 944-7378 or click here to connect with me online.

Things To Do In Central Texas During The Summer Months

Things to do in Central Texas

Summer is here and if you’re like most people in the Central Texas area you’ve been thinking about things to do during the summer months especially if you have kids that are out of school. 

The good news about living in Austin, or the surrounding area, during the summer months is that there always are a wide variety of things that you can do to stay active, and have fun, even if the weather reaches the triple digits.

In this article I’ll break down some of the fun things to do in Central Texas that you should consider adding to your schedule for this summer. 

Free Summer Activities

One of the many great things about living in Central Texas during summer months is that they are always a ton of free things that you can do. The following is a list of free things to do in Central Texas that you should consider adding to your schedule for this summer:

Go Swimming – From Barton Springs Pool in Austin to Jacob’s well, there are a wide variety of spots that you can choose from to cool off in Central Texas during the summer months. If you plan on going swimming make sure that you leave early enough in the morning and bring plenty of water and sunscreen with you because swimming spots tend to fill up pretty quickly during the summer especially since there’s going to be a ton of other people out there who have the same idea that you do.

Float The River In San Marcos – If you’re adventurous, another fun thing to do during summer in Central Texas to float the river in San Marcos. this is something that anyone who lives in Central Texas should do at least once in their life because, it’s a great way to hang out with other people in a relaxing environment while being able to take in the beauty of the area at the same time. 

Free Outdoor Events – From outdoor movies, to summer concerts, there are always a wide variety of outdoor events to choose from in Central Texas, especially if you live in the Austin area. If you plan on attending a free event, make sure that you get there early because, free movies and outdoor concerts always fill up quickly.

Concerts

Summer in Central Texas is also an excellent time of year to be in the area because there’s tons of great concerts coming to town. In 2019 for example, there’s a lot of awesome concerts that are coming up very soon including Willie Nelson’s annual Fourth of July Bash, 21 Pilots, Sublime with Rome and the annual Austin City Limits music festival.

Outdoor Events With Food

Last of all, but most important, if you’re still scratching your head wondering what are some of the cool things that you should be doing in Central Texas during the summer months, another great thing about living in this area is that there always are a wide variety of outdoor events with delicious food and drinks.

For example: there’s the SFC Farmers market (June 22nd), Hot Sauce Festival (Aug 25th) and the Texas Craft Brewers Festival (Sept 28th).

To learn more about things to do in Central Texas during summer months, or to search for homes for sale, contact me today about calling (512) 944-7378 or click here to connect with me online.

Are Starter Homes Still A Smart Investment?

Are you planning on buying your first home in the Austin Texas area? If so, like many home buyers you may be wondering if a starter home is still a smart investment? This is an understandable question to ask because the real estate market has changed a lot in the last 10 years and many people are now foregoing buying starter homes for forever homes.

How To Determine If You Should Choose A Starter Home Vs. A Forever Home

When determining if you should purchase a starter home versus a forever home there are wide variety of things that you should look at including the current condition of the real estate market, prices for the area that you want to live, how much of a house you can actually afford, and most important of all what type of a home you should consider buying.

Another important factor that you should consider when determining if you should purchase a starter home versus a forever-home is the cost of getting out of the home early. This is important to consider because with penalties and capital gains taxes you could end up having to pay may be more money than you initially expected if you choose to sell your starter home early in favor of purchasing a forever home.

Important Things To Consider If You Buy A Starter Home

Your lifestyle: Do you want to be in the middle of a big city, or are you fine with the ’burbs if that means you can own a home? If you want to live centrally, where real estate is the most expensive, you’ll probably have to start small. Dana Bull, a real estate agent in Boston with Harborside Sotheby’s International Realty, remembers when she bought her first condo at 22, she could afford only one well outside of Boston, and she had some regret as she missed being in the city near her friends. Consider what you’re willing to sacrifice, both in terms of location and size.

Your future needs: Bull says many first-time home buyers assume they’ll be in a home much longer than they actually are. She says young, single people sometimes don’t realize how quickly life can change. A job switch, new relationship or new baby can alter what you need in a home.

Zachary Conway, a financial advisor with Conway Wealth Group LLC in Parsippany, New Jersey, adds that selling a house can be stressful — especially if you’re in the midst of major life changes such as having a baby.

So, if your life is full of flux and you think you would stay in your starter home for only 1 1/2 to three years, it may be less stressful to keep renting until you’re ready for something large enough to meet longer-term needs.

Now Is A Great Time To Buy A Home In Austin Texas

If you’ve been sitting on the fence, waiting to purchase a home in the Austin Texas area, now is definitely a great time to buy because home prices remain affordable while mortgage interest rates remain historically low.

To view Austin Texas homes for sale contact me today by calling (512) 944-7378 or click here to connect with me online.

Things To Do In Austin June 20-23

Are you searching for a list of things to do in Austin this weekend? If so, you’ve come to the right place! In this article we will provide you with a list of several things that you can do this weekend (June 20-23) that are going to be both free and budget-friendly!

Chingona Fest at Hops & Grain (rescheduled from April 6)

11:30 a.m. gates June 22. $30 (children 10 and younger free). 507 Calles St. chingonafesttx.com

Storms forced the cancellation of the event earlier this year, but the festival returns with a solid roster of rocking Chingonas. El Paso-based indie rock/mariachi outfit Tribes leads a bill that includes excellent Selena tribute act Bidi Bidi Banda and rising rockers the Tiarra Girls from Austin. Latinx artisans from around the country will participate in a vendor market at the event, and there will be food trucks on site. A portion of proceeds from the event benefits Latina-focused nonprofits. And did we mention the Chingona beer? — Deborah Sengupta Stith

Toast of Texas

6 to 8:30 p.m. June 20. $65-$80. Mercury Hall, 615 Cardinal Lane facebook.com/events/431088124377417

Previously called the Toast & Roast, the Wine & Food Foundation of Texas’ annual event showcasing the year’s best Texas wine has moved from the vineyard into the city. Ticket holders will taste Texas Monthly’s top wines of 2018 paired with barbecue from LeRoy and Lewis and the sweet country sounds of Warm Sugar. At the end of the night, one winery will come away with a medal for “top Texas wine,” while another will be awarded “fan favorite.”

Cool Summer Nights at the Bullock Museum

6 to 9 p.m. June 21. Free. 1800 Congress Ave. thestoryoftexas.com

Forget about standing outside in the heat of summer — the Bullock Museum is staying open during three select evenings in June, July and August to offer far more than history. The kick-off event on the longest day of the year, themed “Identity,” has mariachis, a writing activity exploring where you come from and a wildflower-themed game of bingo. The theme is a nod to the Bullock Museum’s “Becoming Texas” exhibition exploring the nuances of Texas culture.

Austin Outdoor Living Tour

11 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 22. $25 in advance, $30 day of. Multiple locations. eventbrite.com/e/2019-austin-outdoor-living-tour-tickets-62337721804

The newly launched Austin Outdoor Living Tour is your chance to visit 10 fantastic outdoor spaces, meet the builders and designers that made it happen and maybe even ask a question or two about your own dream backyard project. It’s a quicker tour than the Modern Home Tour produced by the same group and will take you to the backyards of private homes in several Austin neighborhoods, including Tarrytown, Northwest Hills, and Rollingwood.

Paramount Summer Classic Film Series: “Jaws” and “Jurassic Park”

2 and 4:20 p.m. June 23. $8-$12. The Paramount Theatre, 713 Congress Ave. austintheatre.org

The Paramount Theatre’s next double-feature in the Summer Classic Film Series is particularly beastly. The afternoon starts with a return of “Jaws” to the big screen, and watching it that way just might scare you out of the water for good. “Jurassic Park” follows. When two movies that are screening in the same theater are grouped under the same thematic heading, one ticket is good for both features when viewed back-to-back on the same day.

Search For Homes In Austin

Are you thinking about moving to Austin or possibly selling your current home and upgrading to a bigger one? If so, you’re making a smart choice! To view homes for sale in the local area contact me today by calling (512) 944-7378 or click here to connect with me online.

Getting Ready For 4th of July Fun in Central Texas

4th of July is almost here! Can you believe it? If you’re like most people, you know that the 4th of July is one of the best times of year to be hanging out with friends and family because there’s always plenty of fun things to do, especially in Central Texas!

In this article I will provide you with a list of fun things to do in Austin and the surrounding area that will all be kicking off by July 4th, 2019.

Free Events in Central Texas

One of many great things about living in Central Texas is that we always have a variety of fun things to do during the year, especially during holiday events.

Here are a few local events happening on the 4th of July that you should consider adding to your schedule:

Red, White, and Buda

July 4th, 9:00 am-10:00 pm | Buda City Park

Patriotic Stroll Parade on Main Street followed by

more festivities at Buda City Park. Food, fun and fireworks! https://www.ci.buda.tx.us/211/Annual-Events

Dripping Springs Fire in the Sky

July 4th, 5:00-10:00 pm | Dripping Springs Ranch Park BBQ, family-friendly activities, fireworks & more! www.destinationdrippingsprings.com/events/2019/fire-in-the-sky– 4th-of-july-fireworks

Summer Fest San Marcos

July 4th, 6:00-10:30 pm | San Marcos Plaza Park, San Marcos Fireworks, food, activity booths, and live music from the Adam Johnson Band. Participate in the Children’s Patriotic Parade and Costume Contest. http://www.summerfestsmtx.com

Wimberley’s Annual Independence Day Parade

July 4th, 10:00 am | RR 12, Wimberley

A Texas Hill Country patriotic parade that can’t be missed! https://wimberley.org/event/independence-day-parade/

Cedar Park Fourth of July Parade and Celebration

July 4th, 10:00 am (Parade) | Discovery Blvd.

5:00 – 10:30 pm (Celebration) | Elizabeth Milburn Park Come celebrate in Cedar Park! At the celebration, enjoy live music, bingo, a washer tournament, air castles, free watermelon and a fireworks display. Fees apply for food concessions, face painting, and carnival games and rides. www.cedarparktexas.gov/departments/ parks-recreation/special-events-day-camps/4th-of-july-events-july-4

Georgetown Sertoma Annual 4th of July

July 4th, 11:00 am – 10:00 pm | San Gabriel Park

Over 60 Arts and Craft booths, 20 Food vendors. Kiddie rides, Bounce Houses and games along with a Petting Zoo are provided for the children. Musical entertainment, featuring some of the best local and central Texas talent at the Gazebo. The fun will continue all day! https://hellogeorgetown.com/4th-of-july-at-the-park-sponsored-by- sertoma/

Leander Liberty Fest

July 4th, 5:30 – 10:00 pm | US Hwy 183A S.

Between San Gabriel Parkway and Hero Way

Leander’s annual July 4th celebration featuring live music, good food and fun for the whole family! Entertainment by The Emotions. https://www.leandertx.gov/parksrec/page/liberty-fest-2019

Pflugerville Pfirecracker Festival

July 4th, 5:00 pm – 9:30 pm | Lake Pflugerville

The event features two live music stages, a children’s area on both the north and south shores of the lake, food vendors, arts and crafts vendors and businesses. https://pfirecrackerpfestival.com

Round Rock’s Sertoma

July 4th Parade & Frontier Days

July 4th, 9:00 am – 11:30 pm | Old Settler’s Park

Fireworks, carnival rides, jalapeno pepper eating contest, Swifty Swine Pig Races, children’s games, Sam Bass Shootout, skydivers and more! www.roundrocktexas.gov/event/sertoma-july-4th-parade- frontier-days/

Holiday Music Events

Nothing says 4th of July like Willie Nelson right? The “red headed stranger” actually lives in the ATX area and will be ready to celebrate Independence Day with his 4th of July picnic.

July 4th, 11:00 am-12:00 pm

Austin360 Amphitheater (COTA), Austin

Enjoy a full day of music with Willie and his performing friends on America’s birthday with a festival atmosphere, including a celebratory fireworks display. A Texas tradition since 1972!

http://austin360amphitheater.com/events/willie-nelsons-4th-of-july- picnic-201

Source – Texas National Title 

Searching for A Home in Austin? Contact Me

Austin Texas is a great place to live all year long. If you plan on living in Austin, contact me for help with finding a great home in the area.

If you currently live in Austin and are thinking about selling your home to upgrade to another property, I can help you sell your home for the most money possible.

To learn how I can assist you with accomplishing your real estate goals contact me at (512) 944-7378 or click here to connect with me online.