What do you do when the success of your business model revolves around sharing food and drink in-person, and you’re not a restaurant? You get creative! Amy Mugica will let us in on how she tweaked her approach so that she can continue bringing the wine tasting experience to her customers. Bring your own glass!
If you watch TV at all, you’ve seen the ads 100X: Psoriasis is a skin condition that has prescription treatment available. Tiffani Jo Feathers is here to let us know that you may be able to control this condition without medication.
Jill Franks is a Travel Agent with Cruise Planners, American Express Travel. This week, she will tell us how she helps clients discover exciting cruise/land-tour/vacation adventures around the world, even while the world is still feeling effects of C-19.
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®
Rare townhome for sale under $200K! Don’t miss out on this one! Beautiful, quiet lot at the end of the cul-de-cac.
Low maintenance home with ceramic tile throughout. Ideal for either a homeowner or an investor! Screened-in back porch to enjoy the morning sun. Landscape care is a breeze with a sprinkler system throughout the front and back yard. There’s no need for a lawnmower, because the HOA fee provides weekly lawn care in the entirety of the yard.
Austin-area home sales declined across most of the region in April as the full impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and local shelter-in-place orders was felt in the housing market, according to the Austin Board of REALTORS® (ABoR) latest Central Texas Housing Market Report.
In this interview, Richard talks about the role that a person’s perspective plays in the way they experience challenges, along with the importance in leadership in life and relationships.
Sarah and her husband Mike have turned their residence into a retreat that has hosted all types of guests, including solitary travelers, family reunions, and corporate retreats. Quarantine has kept their doors closed, but that has not stopped them from giving to strangers.
Even chaotic times can bring some positive lessons to learn from.