Austin Real Estate News
Austin, Texas, is the state’s capital and one of the largest cities in the United States. It’s home to more than 900,000 individuals, making it the second most populous state capitals in the country. The surrounding Austin-Round Rock area has over 2 million. A number of these individuals identify as LGBT. A large portion of Austin’s economy is based on technology. The University of Texas at Austin has large computer science and engineering programs, while employers such as Delread more..
While much of Texas is conservative, Austin is one of the liberal centers of the state. If asked, many Austin residents probably wouldn’t be able to point you to the gay neighborhoods. That’s because the entire city is very LGBT-friendly. However, there are a few areas that have become home to a good number of the city’s gay and lesbian population. Central East Austin, which is near the downtown area, is one of the most popular LGBT areas. It’s alread more..
Austin, Texas is located in central Texas along the Balcones Escarpment. This sprawling metropolis is situated on the Colorado and many beautiful communities are clustered around the area’s three beautiful lakes, which include Ladybird Lake, Lake Austin and Lake Walter E. Long. Overlooking Lake Austin is Mount Bonnell, which is a natural limestone formation thati s about 780 feet tall. The city skyline is not a cluster of buildings but rather spread out over the landscape. Theread more..
Austin, Texas is an incredibly progressive and urbane metropolis. Like many cities in the United States, the closer you are to the downtown area, the more likely you are to see evidence of integration of the LGBT community with the general population. The highest density of gay population is in the zip code of 78704, which is in the South Congress area. Gay realtors Austin top friendly area is Clarksville that is just north of West Sixth Street and bordered by West 15th Street and the MoPread more..
During the past couple of months the Austin Business Journal has chronicled so many changes coming to downtown, that it has made our heads spin ~ to use thier words. Here's just a sample according to Colin Pope Editor at the Austin Business Journal: JW Marriott is turning dirt for Austin’s next convention center hotel at Second Street and Congress Avenue. The skeleton is up and this apartment tower at Third and Brazos streets is almost done. Hyatt Place next dooread more..
Gay real estate Austin realizes that fixing and flipping houses is not as popular as a few years ago but it can still be a way to get rich if you are good at finding properties that are “diamonds in the rough” and if you have enough cash on hand to give the property the updates/improvements it needs, so that it can be sold for a higher price to maximize profits. With regards to gay real estate Austin, you are best to find properties that are run-down but in good neighbourhoods ~ Ifread more..
Gay realtor Austin reports if you are looking for a gay friendly neighborhood with progressive thinking, one where gays and lesbians are welcome, there are neighborhoods in Austin, Texas worth checking out. Although most of Austin is considered "gay friendly", and members of the LGBT community live in almost all neighborhoods, there are some Austin top gay neighborhoods recommended by many. In no particular order, Austin Texas' top gay neighborhoods include, but are not limited to; Allandaread more..
Gay Realtor Austin can give you some very good advice about how to make your real estate investments work for you. Investing in real estate should be about a bit more than just making your money grow. It should be a practice that you can repeat in order to make a fortune. In fact given shrinking retirement pensions and the overall failing of the social safety net it looks like real-estate investing is one of the sole ways that Americans can get rich enough to afford a retirement plan. If you waread more..