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Showing posts from January 30, 2022

Per Imman, News; sunny, beachy, perfect weather San Diego CA, knocks off San Francisco CA as nation's LEAST AFFORDABLE CITY

  MARKETS & ECONOMY This city just beat out San Francisco for the title of 'least affordable' San Diego has surpassed San Francisco as the most expensive metro area in the United States, according to a new affordability report from real estate technology company OJO Labs WRITTEN BY   BEN VERDE Today 6:59 A.M. San Francisco has lost out on the title of the nation’s least affordable city to its neighbor to the south, according to a new analysis. San Diego has surpassed  San Francisco  as the most expensive metro area in the United States, according to new affordability report issued Wednesday by real estate tech company  OJO Labs . The report found that San Diego had surpassed both San Francisco and Los Angeles in unaffordability by comparing median home prices to local incomes. January saw the median price for homes sold in San Diego soar 14.3 percent to $764,000, bringing the city’s unaffordability score — the ratio of home sales price to median household income — to 8:1. A

Per My Smart Move; Most Popular Posts for Independent Landlords

  Most Popular Posts for Independent Landlords: Best of SmartMove 2021 Jan 19, 2022 By SmartMove Resources, Landlords, Tenant Screening As changes in employment benefits and trends continued to drive people out of denser, urban environments, it became more difficult for thousands of landlords to fill their units in 2021. The SmartMove® blog was started to provide you with the information you need to find and keep the best tenants, and improve your bottom line. This year, blog topics focused on tactics and processes that property owners and landlords can review and decide to use to find the best renters. Whether you’re an experienced property owner or a first-time landlord, the insight found in these articles can help you to take the next steps with your rental investment. Please remember that while the SmartMove blog is full of helpful information, it is not intended to be complete information nor is it to be interpreted or used as legal advice. You are encouraged to consult laws appli

Real Estate Humor, "The Tenants'" a Saturday Day Night Live Sketch


Looking for your next PODCAST / RADIO / TV Guest? I'm up for it!

  Are you a Media Booker, Looking for your next Podcast / Radio / TV Guest? I'm up for it? George Vance McGee. Local "Unicorn" Austinite, Real Estate Broker & 3x indie published Book Author Hello and well regards, I am a locally born (1981) Austinite, who happily still resides in Travis Heights, SoCo Austin Texas with my wife. These days, they call us locals around the ATX, "Unicorns," and it is because with all of the human transplants moving here, local Austinites are becoming increasingly rare.  I currently work as a licensed Real Estate Broker Associate in Texas, with the  Austin Silent Market Brokerage Compan y. In addition to working the mainstream active MLS Properties for sale, our silent market program is known for discovering and serving buyer's and sellers on "off-market" properties for Sale. My deals range from primary buyers, to investors, to new build spec home developers, to empty nester sellers ready to mo

Per A360; The Death of North Campus hang, "Spider House," and what will the commercial space re-birth look like?

  What happened to Austin's Spider House Café? Here's what you likely missed and what's next for the property Eric Webb, Austin 360 Reporter January 28th, 2022 Click here to the A360 Article, A Division of the Austin American Statesmen Newspaper If you don't remember hearing an official closure announcement for Spider House Café, the coffee house at 2908 Fruth St. just north of the University of Texas campus, don't feel bad. Former proprietor Conrad Bejarano tells the American-Statesman there wasn't one. The Austin hangout's Yelp page and chatter on social media indicate that it closed quietly after a quarter of a century in business. The  Spider House website  now focuses entirely on the brand's next-door Ballroom, a live performance venue. The cafe's Instagram account,  @spiderhouseatx , is defunct. It now points people to  @ballroomtx , devoted to the Ballroom's programming. "We never announced closure, for the possibility of reopening,&

Introducing local artist; Sheila Marie Art, a client and friend of Austin Silent Market Realty, Check it out!

  SHEILA MARIE FLEMING Born to a Cuban mother and Irish father, Sheila’s life began under the ethics of self determination, bottomless love, and an abundance of color. Her crushes going up were painters such as Bonnard and Matisse, both of whom shape the whimsical works she produces today. Sheila resides in Austin, Texas where she specializes in acrylic painting. She dabbles in pastels, photography, and cake. Contact Sheila Marie Fleming Hi! Please reach out to inquire about purchasing a listed painting, or about having a painting commissioned.

The Austin High Varsity Lacrosse Spring 2022 Game Schedule. I'm an alumni and still a fan.

Click here for the direct Austin High Lacrosse Team Webpage, Roster, News, Schedule, Sponsorships, etc.   Welcome to Austin High School Boys Lacrosse! Founded in 1989, Austin High School Boys' Lacrosse is a Division I member of the Central Texas District of the Texas High School Lacrosse League. We are affiliated in name with S. F. Austin High School in Austin, Texas and have their loyal support of our program, but we have our own Board of Directors and our finances are handled solely through the organization. In 2021-2022, Austin High Boys Lacrosse will field 2 teams, a JV and a Varsity team. Our Fall ball practices will start in November. If you would like to register, please contact Meredith Marks at to complete the registration process. If you have any questions about the Austin High Boys Lacrosse program, please contact Head Coach Jordan Ruggeri at For team store inquiries, please email: This web