If you’re considering moving to Austin, and more importantly buying a home, it is in your best interest to buy a home sooner than later. In 2012, home mortgage interest rates bottomed out and started climbing back up.
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Many of us sit all day at work, dressed somewhat uncomfortably. Shoes that elevate us at the heel make us look flashy and professional but also make us shift slightly forward in our centers of gravity. A seated desk job places our bodies in positions that, over the course of the day, train us unconsciously […]
The most common request I receive from people relocating to Austin is asking about the most gay-friendly neighborhoods or condo buildings in Austin. I get it, nobody wants to live in a neighborhood or building with stuffy, close-minded people.
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.
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.
With each new client, a unique mirror is brought between us. When I see someone struggling to keep commitments, I remember how this pattern has hindered me, yet teaches me to choose more boldly around my present goals. When someone is overwhelmed and struggles to breathe, I remember the fear embedded in my […]
‘Tis the season for home buyers to enjoy some Holiday Cash. If you’re in the market to buy a home and can get under contract before December 20, 2013, you will receive a half point of the commission back PLUS a $500 lender credit towards your closing costs when you close. You, your family, friends, and co-workers […]