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Which neighborhoods are seeing rising property values?

Asked by Trulia Austin, Austin, TX Wed Jan 23, 2013

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78702 is seeing a very large increase in property taxes.
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All of the Austin metro is experiencing an increase but you will see the most significant rise in the Central Austin area.
Hope this helps.

Lara Pavanelli
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Nearly all of the Austin area is seeing increases in property values. We have definitely turned from an equilibrium market to a seller's market due to a lack of inventory and increasing demand. Of course, some areas will be reflecting greater increases than others, especially in terms of percentage increases. That's always driven by the old Real Estate adage: location, location, location. eg. where the property actually is, will determine the price a willing buyer will pay for it. Central Austin, some of the more popular subdivisions (such as Steiner and Avery), along with many of the close to downtown east side are showing the greatest increases in percentage gains.

Ron Cullinan
Avalar Austin
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East Austin is booming right now as well as the neighborhoods that are close to Downtown. In general we are seeing that the neighborhoods that allow you to be downtown quickly, are the ones with the rising property values. A realistic answer is that almost all of Austin is seeing this rise in property values. If you are seeking to sell your property....NOW IS THE TIME!

Michael Floyd
Austin Home Girls Realty
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The hottest residential real estate markets in Austin are the Rosedale, Crestview and Zilker neighborhoods, according to a report released in January 2013 by Redfin.
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Avery Ranch is one of the neighborhoods experiencing rising property
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In general, prices have stabilized or are rising in most areas of Austin. In those select neighborhoods that had egregiously high numbers of foreclosures and/or short sales, not so much yet. Given that the forecast is for 50,000 or so people to move to the Austin area each year, for the next four years it will eventually help those areas too. As for now, the ones most susceptible to rising prices are the usual culprits, central Austin and high quality close in subdivisions. Just remember the old Real Estate adage, location, location, location.

Ron Cullinan
Avalar Austin
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I can't say. We don't want TCAD finding out.
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In ALL of central Austin... but truthfully the entire Austin Metroplex is seeing a serge in prices being pushed. It is a Sellers Market! TIME TO JUMP IN.... I Look forward to assisting buyers and sellers in this exciting market.

Warmest Regards,

Vanessa Nunez
Goldwasser Real Estate
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