Living in Austin TX

Austin #1 for Most Dynamic College Towns

Research done by Point2 helped them find the most dynamic, robust, and sustainable college cities. The cities in the study are also best for life after college. The study looked at the 100 most successful universities in 86 cities across the U.S.. Then they ranked them based on 15 ranking factors across four dimensions. The four dimensions are human capital, housing, economic activity, and earning power...

Austin Area is The Fastest Growing City in Texas

According to the 2020 U.S. Census, the U.S. population growth rate was the lowest since the Great Depression. This can be linked to the Great Recession in 2008 and the Covid-19 pandemic this year since it slowed immigration. But it didn’t affect Austin!  24/7 Wall St reviewed the population data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s Population and Housing Estimates Program to find the fastest growing...

Austin, Texas Makes Top “10 Most Popular Metros for Millennial Homeowners”

Earlier this year, LendingTree published its findings on the most popular cities for millennial homebuyers. They found these ten cities by analyzing the mortgage requests made on their platform across the nation’s 50 largest metros from January 1st to December 15th, 2020. They define millennials homeowners as individuals born between 1981 and 1996.  Top 3 Best and Worst Metros for Millennial...

Moving to Austin: What You Need to Know Before

If you’re thinking of moving to the Texas state capitol, the “Silicon Hills,” the Live Music Capital of the World, here’s what you need to know before moving to Austin. Moving to Austin Tip #1. Locals will complain about transplants While most of the people you’ll meet in Austin used to be transplants themselves, they will continue to complain about the influx of new out-of-state residents...

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Avoid Homebuyer’s Remorse In a Competitive Market with These Tips

As we know, there’s an inventory shortage of homes, and prices are on the rise. In large part, the pandemic has contributed to this shortage, especially when paired with historically low interest rates.  One survey revealed that 55% of people said they regret taking out a mortgage during the pandemic. But you can avoid homebuyer's remorse, even during this competitive market. Before purchasing,...

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