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Strong March performance … Next?

Some buyers are still waiting out the Covid-19 issue and/or are unwilling or unable to obtain mortgage financing right now, and the number of homes available remains at its lowest point since January 2001. How the regional economy reopens and confidence that Covid-19 is more controlled will affect buyer activity and real inventory growth. Continue reading

Preparing for recovery

The Austin area added significant listing inventory in March, and new pending contracts will boost April sales. I remain optimistic about buyers and sellers reentering the market when they are confident about doing so without jeopardizing their health. Continue reading

Covid-19 Market Impact?

Shelter in place orders may have distorted market activity in recent weeks, but I believe we were on our way to another very busy year in Austin-area real estate and we should be still. There is no reason for that not to be true. Continue reading

Covid-19 — New State-wide Order

The State of Texas has issued new rules for working during the Covid-19 issue. Real estate services are correctly identified as being “essential.” Here are the rules and my general plans to proceed. Continue reading

“May you live in interesting times” — Covid-19 and a brief market update

In the past, I haven’t shared the e-newsletter beyond my clients, but yesterday I provided them some updates that I believe deserve broader distribution. Continue reading