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Shock and Awe in Austin home sales

Listing inventory has struggled to keep up with strong demand over this year in Austin. These are truly shocking market stats! Continue reading

Some important numbers changed

Record sales and low inventory are the story of the Austin-area residential market. Here are some important statistics from June 2020. Continue reading

What’s up (and down) with our real estate market?

Demand to live in the Austin area remains high, but home sales are limited by very low supply. Prices are rising faster again. Here are some details. Continue reading

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

Off to a fast start …

We are likely to see more listing activity in the coming weeks and months but the key, as always, is local job creation and population growth.  If those continue as they are now, then demand may continue to outpace supply. Continue reading

2015 Market Summary

The real world of our fast-paced real estate market in Austin makes this post a couple of weeks later than I planned, but following up on my recent summary of Angelou Economics view of our community, I want to add a quick look at the residential market specifically. If you have attention to local media … Continue reading