COVID-19 exacerbates inventory shortage in Austin area; home sales drop
Pent-up housing demand during state shutdowns is about to be unleashed as many coronavirus-related restrictions to daily life are lifted or relaxed and consumers return to the real estate market, says Lawrence Yun, chief economist for the National Association of REALTORS®
Interview with Kay Briggs, owner of Pink Poppy Georgetown. In her boutique, Kay brings us made in the USA clothing, gifts, handbags, accessories, along with locally-produced apparel, jewelry, and art.
Interview with Shaina Bracamontez, Stylist and Manager at New Images Hair Salon, located at 3303 Williams Drive #103, Georgetown TX 78628
In today’s video, I’ll let you know a few things about our local real estate market along with some ideas about how to handle your finances right now.
Do you practice meditation of any type? For some, deep breathing in a quiet place will work, for others that might mean prayer or a long walk with relaxing music. This article has a few ideas to get you started.
Central Texas REALTORS® remain cautiously optimistic during COVID-19 pandemic
On Mondays, my videos focus on motivation. What is keeping you focused & disciplined? Ideas for being forgiving with you and your family/friends/colleagues and most importantly: your self.
Do you have questions about the Federal reserve rates and how they affect mortgages? I went live earlier today with some information that I received from a mortgage lender, along with some of my own comments.
Historically low interest rates add another variable to housing market AUSTIN, Texas – The Austin Board of REALTORS® (ABoR) February 2020 market analysis showed a 6.8% increase in residential home sales in the Austin-Round Rock Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) and a 12.8% increase in median sales price to $327,140. While sales increased from 2,363 homes …