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Fall 2023. Austin Board of Realtors ADVOCACY events...
Join our Business Issues Policy Forum as we discuss updates to local housing policy and explore a snapshot our local housing economy in Central Texas. Our panel of experts will provide a detailed update on Land Development Code Amendments, current Council actions related to housing and possible solutions that can help fill the gaps in our housing economy.
ABoR Advocacy has partnered with the ABoR Foundation for this fundraising and networking event benefiting ABoR Foundation Scholarships.
For each $25 entry ticket sold, the ABoR PAC will donate $25 to the ABoR Foundation (up to $2,500) to fund two ABoR Foundation Scholarships for two deserving Central Texas students on behalf of ABoR Advocacy. Each $25 entry ticket is an investment in TREPAC and includes one drink ticket and appetizers. Your ticket and live auction purchases go towards you 2023 TREPAC total. Tickets can be purchased ahead of time by reaching out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your voice matters! Join ABoR at Austin City Hall on October 26 to advocate for your industry and community. During this visit, you will have the opportunity to meet with Council Members and the Mayor to voice your concerns about the Real Estate Industry in Austin. Your participation will allow Council Members and the Mayor to hear directly from you, the people who work and live in Austin.
Your business matters, and so does your input! Join us at City Hall to strengthen our community and make a lasting impact on the real estate landscape of Austin. See you at City Hall!
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‘I wouldn’t touch Austin, Texas or Seattle, Washington with anybody’s money’ : Grant Cardone says these two major US cities are some of 'the worst markets to be in right now' for real estate investors — here's why Story by Bethan Moorcraft • click here for the exact moneywise article prolific real estate investor Grant Cardone has singled out two U.S. property markets he wouldn’t touch with a 10-foot pole: Austin and Seattle. Cardone shared this hot take — and many others — in an interview with Moneywise after he prompted an AI chatbot to answer the question: “What are the 10 best markets for investing in rental real estate in America?” The AI Smith response started with: “The best markets for investing in real estate in America can vary depending on factors such as population growth, job opportunities, rental demand, affordability and potential rental income.” Up until that point, Cardone — who performed the task live on camera — was pretty happy with the response. But
Recap of Meeting Between the Neighborhood & Zydeco Development That the CCDC Organized On December 6 th , the principals of Zydeco Development, Meghan Yancy and Wes Gilmer, as well as Miguel Rivera with Miro-Rivera Architects, talked with neighborhood residents about its plans for redeveloping thebuilding that formerly housed Nau’s, and where Anthony’s is still located, the parking lot between Anthony’s and Café Medici, the house where the coffee house is located, and the two houses on Eason that back up to the parking lot. Zydeco, a small, local real estate development firm founded by Howard Yancy, closed on all of this real estate about three months ago. Miguel Rivera who lives on Patterson, is Zydeco’s architect for the project. Meghan lives on 14 th Street. During the meeting, Miguel and Meghan emphasized that they understand how important the properties along West Lynn are to the neighborhood, especially the “Nau’s building,” because they are neighbors. Meghan explained