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August 2017

Found 11 blog entries for August 2017.

AUSTIN, TX. – Besides the fabulous work of the Austin Disaster Relief Network there are a wide variety of ways that you can give financially or help those who have been affected by Hurricane Harvey.

Sadly, the destruction from Hurricane Harvey is only just beginning because the historic category 4 storm dumped one years-worth of water on the Texas Coast in just 48 hours and the result has been epic flooding.

The good news is that The American Red Cross was immediately on the scene helping flood victims and the first way anyone can donate to disaster relief efforts in Houston and the surrounding area is by texting HARVEY to 90999 because they will then be able to make a quick $10 donation to the American Red Cross.

Beware Hurricane Harvey

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By The Kent Redding Group

Are you searching for information on how you can help after Hurricane Harvey? You’ve come to the right place! The Austin Disaster Relief Network is taking action to help those affected by this disaster and this article will provide you with the information you need to contribute your time or money.

About The Austin Disaster Relief Network

The Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN) has deployed Emotional and Spiritual care teams to help more than 100 families from Rockport, Texas directly impacted by flooding. Volunteer social ambassadors will be on hand to bus the eldery and special needs families to local stores to shop for clothing, hygiene items and emergency necessities. Gift cards will be distributed to

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AUSTIN, TX. - Are you planning on moving or relocating to Downtown Austin Texas? The downtown area always has plenty of things to see and do thanks to areas like 2nd street, the warehouse district and west 6th street.

In this article we will share with you a synopsis of each of these areas so you will know which one will be right for you.

2ND Street

Officially spanning the length of 2nd Street between Congress Avenue and San Antonio streets, this area is home to local and national brands, ranging from beauty, body and abode, to restaurants and overnight respites. Don your favorite reusable tote and wear shoes meant for strolling.

Warehouse District

As the name suggests, many of this neighborhood's bars and restaurants are housed in

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By the Kent Redding Group

AUSTIN, TX. – One of the biggest events of the year in Texas isn’t just the Austin Texas Music Festival, it’s the coming partial solar eclipse which will be happening on Monday 8-21-17 from 11:40 am to just after 1:00 pm.

How to View the Partial Solar Eclipse

Other states from Oregon to New York will be fortunate to view a full solar eclipse but in Austin, we will get to view a partial eclipse.

Thankfully, viewing a particle solar eclipse will be easy if you follow these simple tips:

  •   Never look at the Sun directly without protective eye gear. Even sunglasses cannot protect your eyes from the damage the Sun's rays can do to them.
  •   Always keep your back towards the Sun while looking at a
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By the Kent Redding Group

AUSTIN, TX. – If you’ve lived in Austin for the last 5 to ten years there’s no doubt that you’ve witnessed the city skylines evolution.

Austin Texas is quickly developing into one of the fastest growing cities in the United States thanks to a robust jobs market and still affordable home prices. Many developers are eager to cash in on Austin and leave their marks here including Lynd Development Partners, a San Antonio based company who is planning on building the tallest tower ever for the Austin TX skyline.

About the Project

The tower as currently designed has 62 stories, although there could be more, possibly up to the “mid-70s” range, Lynd said.

At 850 feet, it would eclipse both the 56-story

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By the Kent Redding Group

AUSTIN, TX. – In recent years, Austin has made many “best of” lists for all sorts of things including being the best place to live, best place for young professionals, best neighborhoods, best place to raise a family, and the city has now been named one of the best cities in the United States for singles.

Best City for Singles

There’s no doubt that Austin is a great city to be single especially since we have so many events here all year long, recreational options, great restaurants, good jobs and our city’s close proximity to other major cities in the area like San Antonio, Dallas, and the Texas Coast makes it an ideal place for any single person to live.

Bravo put Austin on its list of “Best Cities for Singles

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By the Kent Redding Group

AUSTIN, TX. – Thanks to a new survey from wallethub.com we know that Austin Texas is the nation’s 7th most pet friendly city.

The notoriety from the 2017 Most Pet Friendly Cities survey is another wonderful addition to many other positive things which have been said about Austin Texas within the last year and it's another great reason why many people will consider moving to one of the fastest growing cities in the state of Texas.

National Homeless Animals Day

Coming up on August 19th 2017 is National Homeless Animal’s Day, the day which highlights the plight of homeless animals in Austin and across the United States with the hopes that this day will also encourage more cities like Austin to embrace those animals

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Are you planning on selling your home? If so, the most important thing that you should do is hire a real estate agent who knows the process of selling a home.

The reason why we mentioned this is because in 2017 some people are eager to sell their homes as quickly as possible and they neglect the process that they should be following when it comes to selling their homes.

In this article, we will break down a few key tips that all homeowners should follow which will help you to sell your home for the most money possible.

Tip #1 - De-clutter Your Home

It doesn’t matter how long you been living in your home, the reality is that if you've been living in your house for any length of time you most likely will have accumulated clutter and

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If you’re thinking about buying or selling housing you most likely have encountered a real estate agent who has offered their services to you for the lowest commission possible.

The big question that you should have is if you should hire this agent because they charge a lower commission than another real estate agent.

Although the answer to this question may be simple for some people because they think that lowest commission means that they're saving money, the reality is that hiring a real estate agent because they charge the lowest commission possible isn't always the best idea, especially for these reasons

Reason #1 - They May Not Work With A Team

Regardless If you're buying or selling a home one of the harsh realities about hiring

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By the Kent Redding Group

AUSTIN, TX. – Thanks to the fast growth of the Real Estate market we also have a housing crunch that has caused rents to increase and made it difficult for renters to find properties here in Austin and across the United States.

Many industry experts have confirmed that building is still 2-3 years behind schedule and this is one of the reasons why cities like Austin are feeling the housing crunch more than others.

What’s the solution to this problem? Thanks to a recent article by Trulia we know that one way to ease the housing crisis could start with Baby Boomers and the vacant rooms that they have in their homes.

3.6 Million Unoccupied Rooms in The United States

Thanks to the information from Trulia we know

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