Neighborhood Profiles

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Central Texas has won the attention of many millennials. It is home to some of the largest and fastest growing cities in the nation, and offers amenities many young families look for in a place to live.

There is a lot to be considered when trying to locate a new home. Most families consider affordability, property size, and nearby work opportunities before deciding where they’ll call home.

In recent years, the number of millennials moving to San Antonio has grown at a notable rate. We decided to take a look at some of the great lifestyle features that might have lured these young professionals and their families to Alamo City. Here are 6 of the incentives that made the most sense to us:

1. Low Cost Of Living

One of the biggest pitfalls of

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For about a year, a small mystery existed regarding the future of one of the most famous buildings in Austin. It began in 2015 when the Cox family purchased the Austin-American Statesman building, a property on Congress Ave, just south of Lady Bird Lake. Anyone who has been to the Congress Ave Bridge to view the bats coming out at dusk has seen the nondescript building just south of the knoll where many stand to view the iconic Austin bats.

The intriguing thing about this purchase, and perhaps why it drove so much curiosity, was the fact that the Cox family has owned the publication since 1976.

Speculations quickly began among local real estate companies in 2015 about whether this expensive property was soon to return to the market. Recently, some

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If the mention of an extravagant new hotel and condo residency perks your ears the same way it has ours, the development of the Thompson Hotel and Arts Residences in San Antonio may just be the news you're looking for.

Thompson Hotels are renowned for their alluring presence, cultural taste, masterful design, and professional customer service. It was recently announced that this luxury hospitality brand would begin construction at 123 Lexington Ave. For those unfamiliar with this area, the building will rest alongside San Antonio’s Riverwalk, in the heart of one of our city’s most cherished districts.

The Museum Reach District

The Museum Reach district in San Antonio is home to a wealth of attractions that annually entice visitors from across

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Let me clue you in on a little Texas real estate secret: the cities that make national headlines aren’t the only places in Texas experiencing economic and real estate booms! In fact, Central Texas is home to a new, quiet metropolis that is dodging exposure because of its proximity to some of our state’s biggest cities.

Austin and San Antonio receive a lot of national attention. Their economies, lively city-centers, and delicious cuisines are often the subject of major headlines and top national polls. But most don’t realize that these two cities, and the 70+ miles that connect them, have formed a booming metropolis that probably slipped right under your nose.

We call this stretch of land the Texas Hill Country. It weaves alongside the portion of Highway

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Lavendar Field at Orchard Ridge New Construction

So you're looking for a small community away from the throng of the big city! Somewhere safe to raise your family. Somewhere to relax and enjoy your well-deserved retirement. Even somewhere to grow a new business because you've got an entrepreneurial spirit. Why not take a look at the developing community of Orchard Ridge for new construction homes in Liberty Hill, TX? This may be the perfect place for you!

Liberty Hill's Newest Community

Just a fifty-minute drive northwest of the thriving city of Austin and just outside of Liberty Hill is the small, affordable community of Orchard Ridge. Nestled between the North and South forks of the San Gabriel River, this community boasts beautiful pasture land with cattle, rolling hills, hiking trails and

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Where to Buy Austin Real Estate If You're in the Tech Industry

Time and time again, Austin has been recognized for the rapid expansion of its tech industry and its booming population. Affectionately called the Silicon Hills, many even speculate that this Texas city is due to be the next Silicon Valley. In fact, a recent article in Forbes named Austin one of the five the most likely cities to take the coveted spot.

The need for a new Tech Mecca stems from the fact that the Silicon Valley real estate market has reached a saturation point. Built along the bustling San Francisco Bay where property is scarce, the average home in Los Altos, CA is valued at $2.3 million. By contrast, the median sale price on the Austin real estate market is a much more modest $216,000 because land is plentiful and new development is

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Three Austin Schools have made Newsweek's list of America's Top High Schools 2016. In conjunction with Westat, Newsweek compiled the list of the country's best public high schools using the following criteria:

  • Students' performance on standardized tests such as state-wide assessments, SATs, and ACTs
  • College acceptance and enrollment rates
  • Existence of AP, IB, and AICE programs
  • Students enrolled in both high school and college courses (dual enrollments)

Here are the three top Austin public high schools that ranked in the country's top 500 schools, as well as information on where to live if you'd like your children to attend these schools!

Westwood High School (#48)

Westwood High School earned the ranking as the country's 48th

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The Best Austin Neighborhoods for Schools

Every parent wants the best for their child. In today's highly competitive college environment, every schooling decision you make for your child along the way may be the difference between getting in to a top college and just missing the cut. Buying a home in a good public school district is one of the easiest and most financially responsible ways to get what's best for your child. When undertaking your Austin home search, keep in mind that by living in range of top public schools, you'll be saving money on costly private school tuition and your home will be more likely to increase in value over time.

Here are five of the best Austin neighborhoods for schools—for those families looking for the best possible education for their kids, all the way from

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austin skyline

The 66th edition of Art City Austin, organized by Art Austin, took place on Friday, April 29 to Sunday, May 1, 2016 at the Palmer Event Center. The event returned to the site of the old City Colosseum where the festival originally launched in 1950. Residents of Bouldin Creek were treated to both indoor and outdoor art exhibitions from over 100 artists, as well as three days of concerts, and dozens of events spread across the city.

Did Art City Austin make you catch the art bug? Dying to indulge in Austin's quirkiest and most creative galleries? Here's our list of the top Austin neighborhoods for art lovers.

East Austin

Known far and wide as the hipster capital of Texas, East Austin is home to two incredible buildings that host several

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A look at featured builder, Milestone Community Builders


Milestone Community BuildersEstablished in 2009, Milestone Community Builders is the largest private homebuilder in Austin, Texas. Milestone is built around the ideology that providing innovation and a quality product will produce the best possible results. The accolades bestowed upon Milestone Community Builders are prime examples that their business model works. Here are a few of the reasons why Milestone should be the company of choice.

Core Values

Milestone believes that residents of Austin are most interested in purchasing homes that are of unique design and in a desirable neighborhood. Once the home-buying process is complete, Milestone provides follow-up services to home owners, such as a 24-hour warranty phone

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