Top reasons for the honor include the city’s
status as a tech hub, close proximity to
universities, thriving arts and entertainment
scene, affordable housing, and a growing
population. With the help of a real estate
professional and a little research, those new
to the area can find a great home or rental
in one of the Austin area’s many diverse
neighborhoods and enclaves in no time!
FINDING A HOME IN AUSTIN
Finding a Realtor and becoming educated
about the Austin area and the amenities
offered in the different neighborhoods
being considered, will go a long way toward
making the house-hunting experience an
Get Realtor recommendations from the
Austin Relocation Guide or by contacting the
local Board of Realtors to find a real estate
professional in the area. Real estate agents
know the neighborhoods, the schools, the
extracurricular activities, and the tax bases
of different school districts.
Location is important, too – and a lot has
changed around the city in just the last few
years. For example, SH- 130 is the new 49-mile
toll road located east of I- 35 that runs through
Williamson and Travis counties, and extends
from I- 35 north of Georgetown to U.S. 183
southeast of Austin. SH- 45 is approximately
13 miles long, and extends from Ridgeline
Boulevard west of U.S. 183 eastward to
SH- 130. And the SH- 45 toll road is a four to
six lane divided roadway, with major interchanges at U.S. 183, Loop 1, I- 35 and SH- 130,
and includes limited frontage roads.
AUSTIN HOMES FOR SALE,
The housing market in Austin, Texas is
thriving and is an excellent investment
opportunity for homeowners. Most Austin,
Texas homes for sale are single-family
homes, garden homes, condominiums and
zero-lot line homes built on individual lots
with surveyed and plotted boundaries.
Depending on the development, these
homes may be subject to certain legal rules
and restrictions regarding the physical
specifications of the home, including later
housing alterations made to the home.
Like single-family homes, garden homes and
zero-lot line homes are built on individual
lots, but have little or no yard and therefore,
no yard maintenance. Instead, these homes
offer their owners small terraced areas or
patios they can choose to landscape. Two
attached single-family homes on one lot
are considered a duplex, and give residents
options for rental property.
Townhomes are one- or two-story homes
constructed in rows that share side walls,
with unobstructed front and back entries
and small lawns or patios. Townhomes
may be one-story structures, depending on
the lot size, but generally are constructed
as two-story homes to avoid that ‘bowling
alley’ feeling in the design.
Condominiums and lofts offer a homeowner even less outdoor upkeep. While the
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