Most of us in the central Texas region have been spared huge depreciation in housing…but not all of us. I like the term “pretty” houses, which I’ve been hearing lately although it’s a bit shallow. The reality is that “pretty” means: that right location is NOT enough…it requires the right, specific location within a area […]Continue Reading →
Currently Standard Pacific has four floorplans pegged for this area and they expect to develop another four new floorplans for Avana. They anticipate opening in early July and beginning to take lot reservations the first week of June. New developments are cropping up all over […]Continue Reading →
Austin continues to see a high level of demand for properties that have; 1. the location with immediate proximity to popular desitinations and parkland areas, 2. the features (landscape, stone countertops, hard flooring materiels, recent appliances, energy saving features) and a 3. a functional floorplan design. While many properties sit on the market forever, these […]Continue Reading →
The Chamber’s monthly Economic Indicators report on the Central Texas region chronicles economic activity on a monthly or quarterly basis. For this overview including links to downloadable data files please visit the Economic Indicators page within the Business section.
Central Texas Economy in Perspective April 5, 2011 edition
Austin’s existing home sales […]Continue Reading →
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Austin Market Conditions July 2011
Central Texas foreclosure postings are down for the 6th consecutive month. At 1,059 postings the monthly figure dropped below the 1,100 per month mark for the first time in 10 months.
Pending sales are way up (41% in June and 62% in May) for the second month in a row…so […]Continue Reading →