Austin Texas 2014
The growth in central Texas continues at a fast pace. The 2013 stats are in and year over year sales price and volume are both up, while days on the market are down. Another year of overall improvement for sellers in this region.
The usual seasonal adjustment […]Continue Reading →
MIDLAND – In April, the unemployment rate, locally, was the lowest in Texas at 3.5 percent. “We’re trying to stay one step ahead of the growth, but the economy is moving at a pace where it’s hard to stay one step ahead,” said Courtney Sharp, Midland’s city manager.
“We’re at least 500 housing units […]Continue Reading →
The Austin Business Journal has had two great articles about Jobs over the last two days.
Austin Business Journal
Austin is among 13 of the nation’s 100 biggest labor markets to have regained all of the jobs that were lost during the recession.
The Capital City is […]Continue Reading →
We rock on and so does our local real estate market. While I wouldn’t call it great guns, it is steady in many neighborhoods. Average prices seem to have come down a tad, although there are a number of special locations that out perform all others at every turn. As an example those areas […]Continue Reading →
MARBLE FALLS (Austin Business Journal) – Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) board members voted Wednesday to replace the Thomas C. Ferguson Power Plant with a more efficient one.
Construction will create more than 500 jobs in the area.
The new 540 megawatt combined cycle power plant will use between 35 to […]Continue Reading →