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April 2016

Found 3 blog entries for April 2016.

According to the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) report released today by the Austin Board of REALTORS®, Austin-area single-family home sales increased 9.3 percent to 2,552 home sales in March 2016 compared to the same month the year prior. Median single-family home price also increased 7.8 percent year-over-year, reaching $278,000 in March 2016.

“Home sales continue to rise throughout the region, but for many Austin-area residents, homeownership is just not a feasible option,” said Aaron Farmer, 2016 President of the Austin Board of REALTORS­®. “Longtime Austin residents are being priced out of their homes and many are unable to live close to their work or school. As a city, we have to start being mindful of how our property development, appraisal and

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Engel & Völkers Austin will be introducing our third office this Fall in the epicenter of North Austin Rock Rose at the Domain.  This new development is home to some of Austin's favorite local restaurants, entertainment and bars.  Rock Rose will also be host to 100's of aparmtments and businesses such as HomeAway.  Backing to the original Domain which is represented by anchor tenants Macy's, Dillard's and Whole Foods, our new office will be at the center of North Austin development!  

If your or someone you know is looking to join our quickly growing elite group of Realtors read on.

We are looking for a small, select group of well-qualified agents to join our expanding team in one of the hottest growth communities in Central Texas. We’ll be opening

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Austin ranks No. 13 for parks and recreation and No. 14 for education, down from top 10 rankings the previous year. However, the city saw marked improvement in the law enforcement category, up to No. 52 from a dismal No. 73 in 2015. 

Houston (No. 5) and Dallas (No. 7) are the best-run cities in Texas. Three other Texas cities are in the top 20: El Paso (No. 14), San Antonio (No. 19), and Lubbock (No. 20).

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In order to identify the most efficiently operated cities in America, WalletHub’s analysts compared 78 of the most populated cities across three key “Return on Investment” (ROI) categories: 1) Adjusted Education ROI, 2) Adjusted Law Enforcement ROI and 3) Parks & Recreation ROI. Our data set is listed below with the

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