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New report ranks Austin among least affordable cities for average buyer per Culture Map

  New report ranks Austin among least affordable cities for average buyer By  Arden Ward   Nov 23, 2020, 3:23 pm A new real estate report reveals how much home the average household can afford in the country's 50 largest cities, and Austin, unsurprisingly, falls to the bottom of the list.  The Capital City ranks No. 36 out of 50 on SmartAsset's  2020 edition  of "Where the average household can afford the most and least home." The financial website crunched the numbers by looking at the median household income in each city and the average non-mortgage debt of each state to estimate how much home the average household could afford. That figure was then compared to the area's median home value to determine affordability.  With a local median household income of $75,413 and Texas' average non-mortgage debt of $27,193, SmartAsset reports that the average Austin household can afford a home priced at $317,000. However, the median home value in the area, according to

Friends in Austin Podcast / Video Host Justin Tallant & Guest George Vance McGee

NOVEMBER 24, 2020 • 53 MINUTES George Vance McGee - Unicorns and Local Politics (Austin Prop A) Austin unicorn George Vance McGee comes on the podcast to discuss how Austin has changed over the years, recent changes to local law (an increase in property taxes), and some things we can do to keep Austin an amazing place to live. PLAY EPISODE Click here to VIEW / WATCH Friends in Austin PODCAST / VIDEO 53 Minutes. Click here for the VIDEO YOU- TUBE full LINK.  Listener Review, " I just watched Geo II on Friends in Austin. I intended to watch only a few minutes. Instead, I watched the whole damn thing. I would have known he was your son even if I had no clue. I especially loved his line about the Drag: “It’s gone from hippie bums to actual bums.”  You can’t ask for a more blunt and pertinent assessment." David Brooks HOME   ABOUT EPISODES   SUBSCRIBE NOVEMBER 24, 2020 • 53 MINUTES George Vance McGee - Unic

Spacious "Silent Market" Tarrytown Duplex for Sale. $5250 monthly rental income.

  Spacious Square Footage  Tarrytown Duplex for Sale. Property is currently fully leased and tenant occupied. Side A, is currently rented for $3400 per month. Side B. is currently leased for $1850 per month. Each side of the Duplex has it’s own fenced and private backyard. the Property is located in a 100 year flood plain. The owner has an elevation certificate.  Asking price of $1,053,950 +/- For the exact physical address, showings, offer and licensed real estate agency work, contact Austin Silent Market’s George Vance McGee 512.657.9281 iphone,