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Top Gay-Friendly Neighborhood: Zilker and Barton Hills

Nov 29, 2015 No Comments by

If you’ve ever heard of the internationally renowned Austin City Limits (ACL), or been lucky enough to relish in one of the craziest times of the year with fellow music lovers, then you know Zilker Park. This beautiful park nested in downtown Austin is home to several of the country’s largest festivals including: South by […]

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Top Gay-Friendly Neighborhoods in Austin

Nov 29, 2015 3 Comments by

Austin is one of the most progressive, liberal, and gay-friendly places in America. If you ask a gay person in Austin where the gay neighborhood is, you’ll most likely get the response “We don’t have a gay neighborhood, the whole city is gay friendly.”

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Top Gay-Friendly Neighborhood: Mueller

Nov 27, 2015 No Comments by

Located only three miles from downtown Austin, and two miles from the University of Texas, this relatively new development is filled with a plethora of contemporary homes that you might expect to see on the Silver Screen. Homes with three stories, homes with bright pastel colors, all sitting atop a variety of small hills that […]

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Top Gay-Friendly Neighborhood: South Lamar

Nov 26, 2015 No Comments by

Five years ago, if someone would have told you that South Lamar would become one of the most modern and well-developed areas in Austin, they might have thought you were pulling a fast one on them. Contrary to that age-old belief, South Lamar has risen from its “weird” demeanor that Austin is known for and […]

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Top Gay-Friendly Neighborhood: Downtown Austin

Nov 24, 2015 No Comments

There is no denying the power and thrill that comes with living downtown in any major metropolitan area–unlike most mid-sized cities in America, Austin’s downtown living is the crème de la crème and growing every year.

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Top Gay-Friendly Neighborhood: Clarksville

Nov 23, 2015 No Comments

While historically Clarksville has ranked #1 on this list, it has recently stepped down from this spot. Still very desirable because of its proximity to downtown, culture, and overall walkability, this area will always remain in the top for the LGBT community searching for a progressive and accepting community. Clarksville has a glowing reputation in […]

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Top Gay-Friendly Neighborhood: East Austin

Nov 23, 2015 No Comments

East Austin has taken over as the #1 neighborhood for the LGBT community in Austin. Because of its proximity to downtown, the hike and bike trail along the river, new restaurants from Austin’s top chefs, trendy bars, and entertainment, we’re seeing gay people buying up condos and homes on the East side.While many people relocating […]

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Meeting Professionals in Austin – Straight, Gay, and Progressive

Sep 10, 2015 No Comments

A few months back I attended my first Downtown Austin Urban Happy Hour. I’ve heard people talk about this happy hour and I was looking to expand my circle of friends to include a few more straight professionals, so I definitely wanted to check it out. I was a little curious how the happy hour […]

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Buying a Home: This Article Could Save You $25,000 or More

Mar 24, 2015 No Comments

If you haven’t heard what’s happening in the Austin real estate market, it’s only a matter of time before you do. Similar to what we saw in 2006, there are not enough homes for sale on the market to meet the demand of people looking to buy a home Austin.

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Why Gay Men Are Moving to Austin?

Mar 23, 2015 Comments Off on Why Gay Men Are Moving to Austin?

After my first year as a “Gay Matchmaker” I know I should slow down long enough to share my observations in possible trends and current behaviors of the local LGBT community, the exclusive community in which I choose to serve individuals through my company designed by a straight ally aligning with the pro-equality movement.

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