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Market Conditions in 78702 : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Mar 30, 2013
Angele Moyseos answered:
Hi Mohammad,

To be truthful I am not sure this listing is correct. Gehan usually builds homes in the outer lying areas of Austin (I have assisted in two purchases of Gehan homes in Cedar Park and Pflugerville - and they build good homes, too). Secondly, I cannot imagine one can find new construction in Barton Hills for that price.

If you would like to find this home in another area or look for homes in Barton Hills, I would be happy to send you information.

Angele Moyseos, Broker

VOX Real Estate LLC
mobile 512.466.8252
fax 888.692.0213
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Mon Feb 25, 2013
Marsha Ross answered:
The link you sent indicates that the house sold on 8/24/2012. A lot of these sites are syndicated from the MLS systems and/or the information is input by the selling Realtor. Either way, the sold information stays available to the general public for some time. ... more
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Sat Feb 9, 2013
Ronald Cullinan answered:
Well, if typical of the law of supply and demand, then prices will necessarily rise. However, if anyone knows that for sure, they don't dabble in Real Estate. Anyone who can accurately tell the future about anything, is sitting on their idea of the perfect place to live and raking in money playing the stock market or some other gambling venue.

Ron Cullinan
Avalar Austin
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Thu Jan 24, 2013
Bruce Lynn answered:
I'm not sure this is the end all be all list .... but here is a recently published article that might give you a start...

This one from Money is a little older:

Of course I like Texas....that's where I live so I'm probably biased...but rents are good, prices still low, lots of demand for rentals, and lots of people moving here. It is creating pressure and not enough money for apartments to be built to handle the demand.

Check out this article on why to invest in Texas:
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Sat May 17, 2014
David Mosrie answered:
I am familiar with this property. Can you better explain your question so I can try to assist you?


Dave Mosrie
Re/Max 1
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Fri Jul 20, 2012
Ronald Cullinan answered:
Hi Jake, what would you like to know about this property?

Let me know and I'll get answers for you.

Ron Cullinan
Avalar Austin
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Fri Oct 3, 2014
Kay Bowen answered:
None of us have a crystal ball to know the future. What we do know is that the Austin market has been doing very well for both selling and renting. The best way to know what is the right solution for you is to do an in depth comparative market analysis for your particular neighborhood. Some neighborhoods are selling better than others and some are seeing more increased prices than others. Generalizations will do you no good. Let me know if I can be of help. ... more
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Sun Nov 13, 2016
Jeffrey Schnabel answered:
Hi Tramsblondes (great name),

This would be called the "promise the agent hopes they never have to live up to" program, taught in the school of "I wanna be an agent and offer anything I can just to get people to list their homes with me" school. There are so many holes in the terms and conditions that the paper it's written on isn't even good to use as screening material. Can I be more blunt than this?

My recommendation to customers is to use an agent who has a reputation of knowing how to sell homes such that they don't have to offer a guarantee that really isn't one? Sad to think this kind of thing goes on, but it does.



P.S. If you want me to blow holes in the contract, send me a copy, it should be fun!
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Fri Oct 3, 2014
Andrew Howard answered:
call me and i will help you with your offer if, you like

Laura lokey realtor
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Wed Jun 27, 2012
Kelly Freeman answered:
Great Hills is a rapidly growing market. I have 3 buyers searching in your neighborhood now. I would like the opportunity to do a free CMA of your property and see if I have a buyer immediately. At best I can do a market analysis of the property and tell you what it is worth. Please contact me tomorrow so I can get more details and help you price it aggressively.
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Sun Jul 29, 2012
Jeffrey Schnabel answered:
I would agree that if you want Austin, Steiner is not Austin. But Steiner has great schools and many good communities (it's not just a single large one). But the traffic getting down 2222 to Austin is horrible in the morning. You'll have much better luck in Lakeway, or Bee Cave, within the Lake Travis ISD. You can come down 71 to Southwest Parkway (the intersection of which is being improved as of this writing), and be downtown in 25 minutes, yet still feel like your in the country.

You can also look at Round Rock ISD in the Great Hills and Spicewood Springs area, but it will be more expensive than Lake Travis ISD. Then of course, you could consider Eanes, but the average price is $1M+.

If you need info on communities, schools, etc., call or email me and I can get you a relocation package asap!.

Broker, Partner, Keller Williams
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Fri May 1, 2015
Carlos Garcia answered:

The homes that meet that criteria that have sold recently for $125.50 per sq ft.
Currently the only home listed that meets that is listed at 122.16 sq ft.

Hope this helps you.

If you would like more specific information feel free to email or call me.

Carlos Garcia
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Fri Mar 27, 2015
Jan Bowman answered:
Homes in the area you're asking about since the beginning of 2012 have sold at an average of $359,500, or $124.00 per sq. ft. and sold in about 38 days. Of course, there are lots of variables to consider, and many homes sold above or below this average. I would be happy to e-mail you a statistical report that goes into greater detail if this would be helpful - just let me know!

Best Regards,
Kim Stanley
RE/MAX1 - Stanley Team
Phone: 512-296-3598
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Sun Feb 19, 2012
Bill Austin answered:
As I said before, select a professional to work with. General questions are cool but the specifics are saved for my clients. My business is real estate and that's how I feed my family. I can't work for free. Do you?
Call ~ Text ~ Email ~ Directly
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Tue Sep 4, 2012
Phillip Baird answered:
It is a very good time to sell your home in 78704. If priced correctly, your house should sell quickly. You are in one of the hottest neighborhoods in town. Most people would buy it thinking they will add another bathroom and otherwise expand the house. Give me a call or email me and I will gladly go over the comps in your neighborhood and give you an idea of what your house is worth in the current market.


Phillip Baird
Keller Williams Realty
fax: 512-623-6032
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Sun Feb 19, 2012
Kristee Leonard answered:
Yes, we have a shortage in the Austin rental market. 5,113 homes leased in Austin, Texas within the past 12 months (5/25/10 to 5/25/11). There are currently 372 homes active for lease. Therefore, the absorption
rate is 426 homes per month and with a current inventory of 372 homes we have a housing shortage in the Austin rental market. These stats were pulled from the ABOR MLS on 5/25/11.


Kristee Leonard, Broker/Owner
The Leaders Realty, LLC
512-695-5144 Cell
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Mon Mar 5, 2012
Scott Butcher answered:
I'll defer to my Realtor friends, but I believe it's at 96 days right now. Check out the latest link from Austin Board of Realtors for our latest market statistics.

Our local economy has held up well in the downturn as evidenced by various companies moving to town.

I hope this helps.

Scott Butcher
Mortgage Banker
Maker Capital Group, LLC
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Mon May 9, 2011
John Crowe answered:
Hi, Emmettpkwy.
Best answer I can provide - your agent should have this information at her/his fingertips.

Good luck!
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Fri Apr 29, 2011
George Hughes answered:
Urban or suburban? If your goal is to get rid of cars and avoid high gas prices, DOWNTOWN is the place to be...
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Thu Apr 7, 2011
Jen Butel answered:
You can ask the city of Austin what the lot is zoned for. Do keep in mind that variances are sometimes granted, so there are no guarantees, but at least it is a place to start. If you need help, feel free to shoot me an email. ... more
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