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Per Austin Monitor; Housing, Make is easier to build ADU's, city staffers tell Council

  HOUSING Make it easier to build ADUs, city staffers tell Council In response to a City Council resolution last year aimed at making building accessory dwelling units more feasible for low- and moderate-income Austinites, city staffers have come back with several recommendations for Council action in the form of a  memo  from Rosie Truelove, director of the Housing and Planning Department.  ADUs, which are smaller homes built next to larger single-family homes and typically rented out, are seen as a strategy for creating denser, more affordable housing in single-family neighborhoods. City code allows one ADU on lots with Single Family-Standard Lot (SF-2) and Family Residence (SF-3) zoning, as long as the unit is less than 1,100 square feet and is 10 feet from all other buildings.  One of staff’s primary recommendations included loosening regulatory barriers to ADU construction – something that anyone, but particularly low- to moderate-income homeowners, could benefit from. The biggest

Check it out! I got to meet Max Nofziger, Local ATX living Legend...

  Here is a Max Nofziger Biography I found online circa the year 1997, yes 1997. Michael "Max" Nofziger's birth was heralded by a Midwestern tornado ripping the roof off the family's barn. Born on March 20, 1948 of hardy Swiss Mennonite pioneers, Max is the sixth generation of the farmers and teachers who settled the Black Swamp region of Northwest Ohio. Max's mother thought she would be safer in a storm at a local hospital rather than in the family's log cabin home. So much for history. Max learned about responsibility and hard work early helping on the family farm, raising corn and feeding beef cattle and hogs. He graduated in 1966 from Archbold High School, Valedictorian and vice-president of his class of 88 students. He won an academic scholarship to Adrian College, Adrian, Michigan and graduated in 1970 with a degree in political science and a teaching certificate. In the early 1970s Max traveled the United States extensively, living in different parts of

The 1B West Austin Property Tour Friday July 9th, 2021 Curated by Volunteer Broker Associate George Vance McGee Austin Silent Market Realty

  1B West Austin Property Tour for Friday morning 9:15-9:30 am start @Estillo, July 9th, 2021 Volunteer Coordinator = Austin Silent Market's Broker Associate George Vance McGee 512.657.9281 1811 Waterston Clarksville Active MLS#6759903 $1,295,000 Main House with Guest House Dustin Lawless Realty Austin 512.550.4750 1813 Waterston Clarksville Active MLS#6733711 $1,350,000 Main House with Garage Dwelling/Guest House Dustin Lawless Realty Austin 512.550.4750 2701 Clearview, MLS5401986 Tarrytown $2,495,000 Active 3,118 sq. ft Year Built 2016 Katherine Wright Moreland Properties 512.695.6905 1811 Exposition Blvd Tarrytown Active MLS#6933755 $2.9 Million .675 Acre Lot &  Property with Mid-Century Home Jeff Rogers Listing Agent Realty Pros of Austin 512.585.4790 2410 Indian Trail, Tarrytown $1,995,000. 2898 sq. ft. yr built 2004 .163 Acre Lot Active MLS#6122151 Adam Zell Compass 512.820.4918 3606 Windsor Road on the tour for Friday. Open Friday From 10-12 am. 3 B

Per FORBES, Austin TX rated as #3 in the Top Ultimate Seller's Market Cities in the USA

  Jun 30, 2021, 05:20am EDT | 7,360 views These 10 Cities Are The Ultimate Seller’s Markets Of 2021 Andrew DePietro Contributor Personal Finance I cover real estate, economics and cost of living. Follow High Falls district in Rochester New York under cloudy summer skies. The average sales price in the  ... [+]   GETTY Sellers have benefitted immensely from the rebound in homebuying that has occurred in the wake of the pandemic. Across the United States, dozens upon dozens of major housing markets have tipped heavily in favor of sellers, with inventories of available homes for sale declining all over. As a result, sales prices have begun to surge above list prices in nearly every major city. Using data from  Redfin , including sales-to-list price ratios from May 2020 and May 2021, as well as the percentage of homes that went off the market within two weeks, we’ve determined which cities have become the ultimate seller’s markets in 2021. Read on to find out the 10 cities where sellers ar

July 4th @ Auditorium Shores & Dale Watson Live @ the Continental Club

  While I got your attention, got a questions, concern or inquiry about Austin Central Texas Real Estate? Email / Call/ Lets figure it out. George Vance McGee Austin Silent Market Broker Associate 512.657.9281