MLS Stats - Austin - Sept 2017
- Despite gaining 1,000 homes, Austin's real estate inventory continued to be low in September
- Median price has still continued to climb to $293,000
- +3% more homes sold in September 2017
The Austin real estate market is one of the most explosive markets in America. Austin's growing reputation as one of the most livable cities in America has luxury-seekers flocking to the city, looking to become a part of this hot trend. This has led to an increase in luxury condos for sale in Austin—designed to impress even the most discerning buyers.
Austin, TX condos for sale are in some of the best buildings in the country. These world-class structures provide hundreds of residents with top-notch services and state-of-the-art features and fixtures within each iconic unit. It is not just the penthouse suites that have the best interior space and views. Careful thought was put into every inch of these towers to maximize the experience for the…
The hot Austin real estate market didn’t disappoint the speculators and only seemed to rapidly gain steam as the summer months drew on. But, how did we get here? Despite a brief 3-year decline during “The Great Recession” of the late-2000s, the Austin real estate market very quickly bounced back. Between 2011 and 2013 alone there were 9,000 more homes sold in Austin—going from a paltry 21,208 to over 30,000. Take a look at these numbers and more in the image below.
In recent weeks, we’ve glanced at some of the most popular cities in different regions of the country. We compared each of those cities to the cost of living here in Austin, Texas.
As the final blog post in this series, we’re looking at the Western U.S. The cities in this part of the country make up some of the most popular places to visit in the U.S., and in many ways, they reflect many of the lifestyle features that people cherish about living in Austin.
Don’t forget to read our previous editions, in which we compared Austin’s cost of living to moving to the Northeast, Southeast, and Midwest. Let us know what you think of our findings in the comments below or on social media. To make fair comparisons, we use Best Places to reflect the price…
This is our second trip to the East Coast during our Cost of Living blog series. In a previous post, we compared the cost of living in Austin to that of living in the Northeast United States. Today, we take on the southern half of the East Coast and look at three of the region's largest cities.
We used Best Places to compare the cost of living in each of the cities. This website lets you compare city-to-city costs of living across the country, and factors in the cost of daily essentials such as housing, food, and utilities. If you don’t see the city you’re curious about in this post, you should wait for the fourth and final blog we have of this series, which will compare the cost of living in Austin to cities on the West Coast.
Sit back, relax,…
Locals are the first to brag about the experience of living in Austin, Texas. Their happiness has spurred a migration of families from every corner of the country who couldn’t resist all that is offered in this slice of the Hill Country.
New families come to Austin every day. The healthy lifestyles, booming job market, year-round warm weather, and renowned cuisine is enough to incentivize people to try Austin for themselves.
As real estate agents, we know that exciting and tasty motivations are not all that gets factored into a move. Choosing the next city to call home is a decision that considers job possibilities, housing costs, and more. To help families looking for their next home, we devoted this blog series to compare Austin real estate to…
Take a look at Austin's real estate MLS® sold data for the month of June 2017 below.
Have you ever wondered how Austin real estate costs compare to other major cities across the U.S.? We were curious too.
Austin’s delicious food, prolific creativity, booming industries, and vast outdoors are no national secret. More families are won over by our awesome city every single day. But these aren’t the only features that qualify a town to be the next place a family calls home. One of the most important factors behind any move is affordability.
Cost of living considers many income and expense variables. Before moving, it’s worth looking into the average rental cost, grocery bills, and median incomes of that city. Since JB Goodwin is a team of expert real estate agents, we decided that crafting a blog series that compares Austin’s cost of…
Here's a look into Austin's leasing and rental market for the month of July 2017. Highlights include:
Take a look at Austin's real estate MLS® sold data for the month of May 2017 below.