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Are you finally ready to invest in your first home? Ditching the landlord can be a bit of a relief and focusing on your first major living investment is an exciting time for anyone. Generally, first time home owners will focus their search on starter homes, which is generally a smaller, economical house targeted for younger couples or families. However, although typically smaller, anyone that has lived under a roof understands the importance of space, making home size a top priority for most buyers.  How can you find the most spacious starter home? Attention first time buyers: it is safe to say that buying a home in Austin could be your best bet.

 

Comparing Austin Starter Homes

According to Trulia’s recent report, Austin ranks as the number one

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Summer is here and with children out of school many people will be searching for the perfect Austin Texas Home, this makes summer time a perfect time of year to sell your home.

Curb appeal becomes more important than ever before during the summer months because it shows buyers what’s possible with your home.

In this article we will share with you easy summer curb appeal tips that will improve the curb of your Austin Texas Home.

Tip #1 – Make Your Front Yard Exceptional

The first thing to do with improving the curb appeal for your Austin Texas home is to make your front yard exceptional by planting new grass or sod (if needed), planting new flowers or trees, painting fencing in front of your house, painting your mailbox, and installing new

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Are you searching for the perfect one story home? If so, don’t miss this beautiful property in Leander, TX.

This 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 3,248 square foot home, is located at 1320 Pasa Tiempo in Leander Texas and has been lovingly maintained by the owner over the years. It has plenty of charm and great finishes like: travertine floors, new paint/seal on the deck, 3 car detached garage, plantation shutters, fireplace, California closets and a flex room that could be turned into a fourth bedroom.

Rare XL One Story Home

XL One story homes like: 1320 Pasa Tiempo don’t come along very often, this $520,000 home has an open concept floor plan, which would be perfect for entertaining or for raising a family.

Park Like Setting

Yes, this

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“Tree house hideaway” are two words among many that can describe this custom built Austin Texas home, which is located at 5800 Cannonade Court in the Eanes school district. This renovated and upgraded 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom single family home, is surrounded by trees, has lush landscaping, and offers all of the amenities that you’ve been searching for in a home including a chef’s kitchen, open concept floor plan, and so much more!

Stylish, Comfortable, Living

Built in 1985, and situated on a quiet cul-de-sac at 5800 Cannonade Court, in Davenport Ranch, this Austin Texas home also has a fireplace, central heating / air, sits on .25 acres, and offers 3,188 square feet, so there’s plenty of room to grow for any family, or individual who wants a

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If you’re thinking about selling your Austin Texas home, now is the perfect time to sell because, there's a demand for real estate in Austin Texas like never before, and it's possible that you may be able to sell your home for more than what it's worth if you follow the steps in this article.

Tip #1 – Get Your Home Ready to Be Sold

It doesn't matter if you lived in your home for 10 years, or 50 years, the key to success with selling your Austin home is to get it ready for sale by doing the following:

  •          Declutter your home.
  •          Clean up landscaping / improve curb appeal.
  •          Paint the inside and outside of your home.
  •          Make repairs where needed.

Besides following these suggestions to get your home

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So you’re planning on moving out of your Austin Texas Home before you sell it, and although moving out of a home before you sell it may have been something that worked for you in the past the reality is that you should always leave some furniture in your home, or at the very least stage your home with rented furniture, because empty Austin Texas homes don’t sell easily.

If you’re on the fence about moving out before selling your home here are 10 reasons why empty homes don’t always sell as easily as some Realtors® might claim:

#1 – Empty homes lack a true emotional connection, and some buyers may be unable to envision themselves living there.

#2 – Empty homes don’t show buyers how they can best utilize the space.

#3 – Empty homes don’t get

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I am a native Austinite and was born and raised in Westlake Hills.   My parents wanted to move out to the country and purchased a 1 ½ acre lot on Buckeye Trail two years before I was born.  The lot offered a downtown view and they built one of the first swimming pools in Westlake Hills when I was an infant.   My father served as President of the Eanes School Board and was active in changing Eanes from a county school to an Independent School District.

I was a door-to-door salesman for Fuller Brush Company throughout college and knocked on the large majority of the doors in Westlake Hills, Lakeway, and many neighborhoods of west Austin.   I hold a real estate broker’s license for over 20+ years.  

What is your real estate niche?

I truly

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At the Kent Redding Group were proud to work with a diverse group of Realtors® including agents who have relocated to Austin from locations around the world like Kym Martin, a native from Adelaide Australia,  (Austin’s sister city). Kym has also lived in Sydney, Seattle, Hong Kong and she is proud to call Austin home now for over a decade. 

Though her expertise lies in relocation, contract negotiation and investment work, Kym continues to serve all buyers, sellers, and investors with any and all Real Estate needs. Her infectious enthusiasm and knowledge for the Austin market sets her apart from other Realtors. If you have any questions or Real Estate needs please contact Kym via email, text or phone. 

In this Q&A article we would like you to get

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As an Austin Texas Home Owner your goal right now may be to sell your home in the coming months but the reality is that you might receive a low ball offer on your home.

Although receiving a low ball offer isn’t uncommon in Real Estate the reality is that you can be prepared for receiving a low ball offer if you first understand why buyers submit low ball offers and how you should respond to them.

Understanding Low Ball Offers

A low ball offer can be classified as an offer that’s between $5,000 and $15,000 lower than your asking price although the exact definition of a low ball offer can vary from one buyer to the next

Home buyers will make low ball offers for a variety of reasons including the advice from their agent, family friend,

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We all love our pets but the sad reality is that if you plan on selling your Austin Real Estate in the coming months not every buyer is going to love your pets as much as you do.

Although it can be difficult selling a home when you have pets the reality is that it’s not impossible especially if you follow these simple tips.

Tip #1 – Send Your Pets on a Mini Vacation

During the period of time that your Austin Home For Sale is on the real estate market you should consider sending your pets on a mini vacation to a pet hotel or ask a trusted friend / family member if they would consider letting your pets stay with them because this will help you to get your pets out of the way and stop buyers from wondering what damage may have been done to

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