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Are you searching for more information on where to celebrate Halloween in Austin Texas? If so, in this article we will share with you a list of Halloween parties in Austin and things to do tonight!

Grizzelda's Halloween Party

Time: 6:00pm

Location - Grizzelda's, Austin, TX

Cost - $15

Halloween Quinceañera

Time:  6:00pm

Location -El Chile Cafe y Cantina, Austin, TX

Free

THE ATTORNEY THAT ROCKS" HALLOWEEN CD RELEASE PARTY

Time:  8:00pm

Location - Dirty Dog Bar, Austin, TX

Free

A Trippy Halloween

Time:  9:00pm

Location - Cheer Up Charlies, Austin, TX

Starts at $10.00

Halloween Party

Time: 10:00pm

Location - 12636 Research Blvd, Austin, TX

Free

aUxYmORoNs HaLLoWeEn pArTy

Time: 10:00pm

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Are you thinking about buying or selling a home in Austin Texas? If so, before making your move, you will need to hire a real estate agent.

A real estate agent will save you the time, money, and hassle of searching for a home or attempting to sell your home yourself. If you never hired a realtor before, this article will provide you with several things that you should look for in a realtor before you choose an agent to help you to buy or sell a home.

Experience

The first obvious thing that you should look for when hiring a real estate agent is an experience. Ideally, you should choose someone who has been working as a full-time real estate agent for no less than one year because this will ensure that they have experience, and may have

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Thanks to record rainfall and flooding in the last two weeks, residents of Austin Texas area urged to boil tap water before consuming it.

Record flooding is responsible for bringing tons of debris, silt, and mud into our city’s water supply that must be filtered out before the water is considered to be safe for consumption once again.

More Than 1 Million Customers Served Locally

With a city that’s growing at a record pace, there’s a HUGE demand for water in the Austin TX area. Thankfully, there’s plenty of water to go around right now due to the rains but until the water is considered to be safe to drink, every Austin resident must boil water especially for making ice, drinking or cooking.

Residents of Austin area also encouraged to avoid

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Have you thought about buying some more plants for your house but you're concerned that with your previous track record of in-home gardening you may be considered to be someone has a “black thumb” instead of a “green thumb”?

The good news is that there are a wide variety of plants that thrive in low light conditions. This means that you can satisfy your desire to be an in-home gardener without having to be concerned if your new plants are going to go the way of your old plants.

 In this article will list for you some plants that you should consider for your home which thrive in low light conditions.

Snake Plant

The first plant to consider for your home is the snake plant because it’s a plant that thrives in low light conditions and

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Planning on buying an Austin Texas home? If so, like most buyers you’re going to have the home inspected but do you know what to ask the inspector after the home inspection is finished?

In this article, we will provide you with several easy questions that you should ask a home inspector after they’ve finished inspecting your future home.

Question #1 – What Does It All Mean?

The question that’s asked a home inspector is “what does it all mean?” because it’s not uncommon for them to hand the home buyer an inspection report and then say “adios!”.

If you want to avoid overwhelm and the hassle of trying to read the home inspection report yourself, you should make the effort to stop the inspector before they leave the home and ask them what all

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One of the most important things to do before buying a home is to get the very best mortgage interest rate possible because a higher interest rate means you will be paying more for your home while a lower interest rate means that your payment will be more affordable.

If you have questions about how to get the best interest rate, this article will provide you with tips on what mortgage lenders are really looking for and how you can make the experience of buying a home more favorable for you.

Tip 1 – Start Monitoring Your Credit Score Now

Thankfully, you can indeed qualify for a mortgage loan with a credit score that’s as low as 580 but, if you want to qualify for the best loan possible you should start monitoring your credit score now

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4704 Trail West Drive, Austin 78735

Are you searching for a home? If so, don’t miss these Austin Texas Open Houses this Sunday 10-7-18 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm.

Now is a great time to buy a home in Austin Texas!

In this article, we will list more information about each home so you will know which one you will want to visit this weekend.

4704 Trail West Drive, Austin 78735

Want a home with plenty of space for entertaining or for raising your family? You will have to check out 4704 Trail West Drive in Austin.

This 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom, 1,768 square foot home offers plenty of room to grow and excellent features including a large master bedroom with large master bathroom, stainless steel appliances, great floors and so much more.

Built in 1975, this home is a prime example of

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Thanks to Austin Mayor Steve Adler and the city’s Office of Sustainability, October has been named Climate Change Awareness Month.

The goal with climate change awareness month is to raise the awareness of climate change not only in Austin but around the world as well since alarming trends like longer, hotter summers, droughts and increased wildfire risks are becoming all too common across the United States.

Austin Community Climate Change Plan

One of the great things about life in Austin is that the city isn’t snoozing on climate change, far from it. With the Austin Community Climate Change plan there is a detailed plan in place to reduce emission from three key areas in Austin including waste sources, transportation, and energy.

Besides

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