home to a 250,000-square foot IKEA store
in Round Rock, which is the place to go
for hip, inexpensive European choices in
home décor for every room in the house.
NO PLACE LIKE HOME
There’s no doubt that Austin’s a great city
– the “hippest in the Southwest,” according
to travel reviews in The New York Times
and other national publications, but what
ultimately makes any city feel like home is
its many and varied neighborhoods.
Choose from charming inner city history
to minimalist downtown loft living to
lush gated communities around the city or
quiet suburban neighborhoods – there’s no
shortage of diverse housing in Austin.
It’s relatively inexpensive to live here.
When many cities were still recovering
from the after effects of the recession and a
sluggish housing market, the Austin market
remained steady and stable – with the city
experiencing price gains. Now, even with
the market heating up again, there is still
affordable housing to be found across the
city. The median price for a single-family
home was $274,000 in April 2015, up fourteen percent from the same month in 2014.
Offerings range from classy downtown
condos, elegant old homes and modern
showplaces, to friendly suburban neighborhoods, to countryside ranches and
farmhouses on the outskirts of town.
Wherever you choose to live in Austin,
Texas you will always find the friendly and
neighborly atmosphere that pervades the
Welcome to a city that residents and visitors adore – and that you will, too! As you
explore the Austin Relocation Guide and the
city that it represents, it’s easy to see that
there’s a lot to love about Austin. It’s a
great place to live, find success, and enjoy
the good life.
LOCAL HOME BUILDER