Homeownership Tips

When It’s Time to Be a Homeowner

Maybe you're ready to settle down in your city, or perhaps you want to invest in a property that will pay for itself. Either way, if you're thinking about becoming a homeowner, then read on to see if you qualify!  1. You have a good credit score. A credit score over 600 is a sign you might be ready to be a homeowner. This is the last item lenders look at when you get pre-approved for a loan. Your...

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Living in the City vs. Living in the Suburbs: Where Should You Live?

Austin is a unique city that poses a good problem for its residents -- choosing where to live! The city itself is vibrant and eclectic, but with so many booming suburbs with varying commute times into the city, it can be hard to narrow down where you want to live. If you find yourself debating where you should live, check out some of the important factors to consider when living in the city vs. living in...

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Fall Home Improvement Projects

Fall is a great time to tackle a few household chores and make sure your home is ready for the change in weather. If you’ve been holding off on some home maintenance projects because the summer heat was too hot to handle, now is the time to take care of some fall home improvement projects. 1. Check the gutters and make sure they’re clean. Gutters can be a pain to clean, but they’re crucial in...

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How to Win in Multiple Offer Situations Without Paying the Highest Price

In real estate, it’s often you’ll hear things like, “it’s a hot market,” “we’re seeing low inventory,” and “buyers are receiving multiple offers,” but what does that mean? Well, low inventory refers to the number of homes on the market, which can create a hot seller’s market if there are more buyers than sellers. This hot seller’s market makes buyers more competitive, and the...

What You Need to Know About Protesting Property Tax Appraisals

What You Need to Know About Protesting Property Tax Appraisals

Many in and around Travis County were shocked by this year’s property tax appraisal. If you fall into that same category, you may want to consider protesting your property tax appraisal. Here are some commonly asked questions as well as the steps you’ll need to take to protest your appraisal. How is Your Property Valued? The appraisal district appraises large numbers of properties together. In a mass...

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