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Connie Kozik,  in Georgetown, TX
Connie Kozik answered:
Looking for investment properties in Austin. Need location help
Hello! In response to your question, how much are you wanting to spend? Do you want to flip, lease? House, duplex? In Austin there are so many good options. It all depends on your s ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Nov 1, 2007 Market Conditions in Austin, TX
Ki Gray,  in Austin, TX
Ki Gray answered:
Why is property insurance so expensive in Austin?
I have a few properties in Austin and we are not getting 75% hikes. You might want to call around to some different insurance companies.
0 votes Share Flag Mon Dec 3, 2007 Market Conditions in Austin, TX
Paul B. Perez,  in Austin, TX
Paul B. Perez answered:
What is the trend for 78728?
This is a great area to invest in if your window is 3-5 years. People will get tired of the condo's downtown and long for space and a yard. The tollroads will assure growth in that dir ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Sep 1, 2008 Market Conditions in 78728
Brandie,  in San Francisco Bay Area
Brandie answered:
what is rental market like in austin for a $700K -$900K house? good investment?
That's higher end than my Austin investment home. I bought in an area called Bauerly Ranch, but we like Cedar Park and Round Rock as well. For mid-to-high 200's you can get a very hig ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Nov 28, 2007 Market Conditions in Austin, TX
Julie Nelson, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Julie Nelson answered:
East 6th Street - What do you think about purchasing a condo/loft in this area? Appreciation in 5 years?
Area 5 (east Austin) was the highest appreciation area in 2006 in Austin and I would not be surprised if we saw the same result this year. I am optimistic with the 5 year outlook for e ... more
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Ki Gray,  in Austin, TX
Ki Gray answered:
What is the mix, areas and RE investment type I should be looking at for cash flow and/or apprn. in 2-5 yrs?
The more units in a property the better cashflow you generally get. So duplexes are usually better than single family and apartments are better for cashflow than residential.
0 votes Share Flag Thu Jan 24, 2008 Market Conditions in Austin, TX
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