Author: Jeremy Raglin

Is Now A Good Time to Buy A Home in Austin Texas?

Are you thinking about buying a home in Austin Texas but you’re not sure if you should purchase one now or wait until 2021? If so, you’ve come to the right place! There’s no doubt that the Austin Texas real estate market has undergone tremendous changes over the last 90 days because of Coronavirus. Should…


Are We Going to See A Foreclosure Wave In 2020?

One of the top things that most people who are interested in real estate, especially in Austin Texas, having asked us over the class of two months is if we are going to see a foreclosure wave hit the Austin Texas real estate market in 2020. Many people who study the real estate market think…


Should You Choose A Home That’s Near A Great School District?

If you’re planning on buying a home in Austin Texas, or else were in the United States, one of the first things that you should be searching for a is a home that’s in a great school district. This is an important piece of advice because of the simple fact that even in the worst…


You Can Still Buy and Sell a Home During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Spring is usually the busiest time of year for real estate, it’s when house hunters and home sellers come out of hibernation mode and descend on the market in droves. But this year—in the era of COVID-19—is different. The coronavirus outbreak has rocked the economy and upended many industries, including real estate. As Americans across…


Your Guide to Buying a House from Your Parents

Sometimes it makes sense for real estate to be kept in the family. If you’re wondering whether you should buy a house from your parents, you’re in luck. We’ve outlined everything you need to know about this unique type of real estate transaction, from how to handle the financial aspects of closing the deal to…


How to get your Austin Texas home ready for sale this summer

Are you planning on selling your Austin Texas home this summer? If so, you come to the right place! Now is the perfect time for you to start getting your Austin home ready for sale because you still have at least two months before you list it on estate market so there’s plenty of time…


Will mortgage interest rates hit 0%?

One of the top questions that buyers and sellers have been asking in recent weeks is “are mortgage interest rates going to hit 0%”? The answer this question is no. Most economic analysts predict that mortgage interest rates will never go as low as 0% but it’s possible that we could see them dip down…


Texas Is On The Road Back To Normal Following Coronavirus

There’s no doubt that coronavirus has changed the business community in Texas because, most businesses that are classified as non-essential services, including real estate companies, have been closed down due to the pandemic. Sadly, after being closed down for almost two months, most businesses that have not been earning any Revenue during a coronavirus pandemic…


Austin-area gas prices keep plunging

Austin-area gas prices continued to drop this week, driven by a sharp decline in both oil prices and consumer demand, according to new data from industry tracking firm GasBuddy.com. The price for regular unleaded gasoline is currently $1.56 per gallon in the Austin metro area, according to GasBuddy, which surveys prices at 830 Austin-area gasoline…


Mortgage rates today, April 7, 2020 | Rates retreat

Multiple key mortgage rates dropped today. The average rates on 30-year fixed and 15-year fixed mortgages both dropped. The average rate on 5/1 adjustable-rate mortgages, meanwhile, ticked up. Mortgage rates change daily, but, overall, they are very low by historical standards. If you’re in the market for a mortgage, it could make sense to go…