As with communities across the nation and world, real estate markets throughout the central-south Texas region have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic, but real estate experts are already pointing to what they see as promising signs that the Austin and San Antonio metro areas are well-positioned to withstand the impacts of the crisis.
An uptick in activity over the past few weeks, coupled with record-low mortgage rates have many feeling optimistic that our markets will emerge from a downturn sooner than later. With warmer weather, businesses reopening, and many people’s desire to relocate to our region all contributing to increased activity, the hope is that local real estate will soon return to its pre-pandemic highs.
Austin offers no shortage of great places to eat. Major food journals and television networks frequently give Austin's food scene generous accolades for the eclectic, diverse, and exquisite cuisine available throughout the city.
It's also no secret that Austin’s coffee culture is top-in-class.
All the locals know that Austin's food scene believes in providing tasty dishes, good portions, and quirky dives. Dining in Austin is designed to be an experience.
Summer is just around the corner along with patio season. Many of these establishments have closed their dining rooms due to the current public health crisis, but are still offering pick up and delivery options. Let's think forward to when we can all enjoy public places like this again and help…
Thank you for checking out the latest edition of the JB Goodwin Austin real estate market report for March 2020. We've got plenty of great information direct from the local Austin MLS® and our team of experienced agents.
The trend of lowering inventory continues into March as Austin home owners continue to be hesitant to list their homes. Of course, this isn't surprising given the current international crisis.
Despite the uneasy feeling in the marketplace, Austin home values continue to grow, as do sales. It's actually a great time to sell - declining supply and steady demand means that homes are still selling quickly. JB Goodwin's agents as well other real esate agents across the city have gotten creative in order to be able to show homes and…
Every time we walk a first-time homebuyer through the process of finding and purchasing a new home, it’s cause for celebration.
At JB Goodwin, we recognize purchasing a home is a big commitment — and a very exciting decision. There are so many factors to consider including location, number of bedrooms, style of home, price range, amenities, forecasted rates of appreciation, property taxes, and more.
If San Antonio is your choice for a first home, expect to enjoy a blend of affordable city-living with a deep Texas pride connected to one of its most popular locations. Alamo City is definitely up-and-coming, with new restaurants and developments being added every day.
First-time homebuyers in San Antonio have a lot to think about. The property…
It may be an understatement, but people are moving to Austin - lots of people.
The area has a perpetual allure that draws more and more families from across the country to call Austin their home.
As the basic laws of supply and demand would predict, our popularity has resulted in years of appreciating real estate values. For those in the market to live in or around downtown Austin, these growing home costs come with clear pros and cons.
In one regard, appreciating values mean a healthy real estate investment opportunity. On the other hand, rising costs mean there’s a growing financial barrier of entry for families in the market to buy central properties.
This barrier of entry has added to the growing trend of purchasing Austin condos. By…