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Showing posts from August 20, 2023

Your Commemorative Brick Has Been Installed! the Hike and Bike Trail, Andrea Roberts McGee "the Best Mom Ever."

  Hello George, Thank you, once again, for adopting a brick on the Trail. I'm pleased to tell you that your brick has been installed! While I can't tell you the exact location of your brick, I have attached a diagram of the brick location broken into "zones."  Your brick is located in Zone A. Your brick adoption gift ensures the Trail will continue to provide unprecedented access to nature for all Austinites now and for future generations.  Thank you, again, for adopting a brick! Please let me know if you have any questions. Stephanie -- Happy Trails! Stephanie Vargas She, Her, Hers Development Coordinator  The Trail Conservancy o: 855.44.TRAIL (87245) ext 715 Support the Butler Trail and become a member today! Website   |   Facebook  |   Instagram   |   Twitter   |   Flickr

Per Moneywise, Grant Cardone says, "I wouldn't touch the real estate markets of either Austin, Texas or Seattle Washington with a 10 foot pole."

‘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

475K asking price for Sale, North Austin 3/2 1520 sq. ft Home with hardwood floors on large .1965 acre LOT. Off Market. Contact Broker Associate GVM @ 512.657.9281

  475K asking price for Sale, North Austin single family home 3/2 1520 sq. ft Home with hardwood floors and 2 car garage on large .1965 acre LOT. Off Market. Contact Broker Associate GVM @ 512.657.9281. Just north of Anderson Lane, circa Crestview, Wooten Park area.  George Vance McGee  Austin silent Market Realty 512.657.9281 Broker Associate 

3 reasons Why this horrid heatwave in the Austin, Texas summer of 2023 might be a good thing.

 3 reasons Why this horrid heatwave in the Austin, Texas summer of 2023 might be a good thing. opinion piece written by ATX local and current resident, real estate broker George Vance McGee #1. This Austin, Texas torrential, abusive, and drought heatwave summer of 2023 in Austin and Central Texas has been downright painful and miserable. For 40 plus straight days and perhaps longer, the daily high temperatures, have been over 100 degree Fahrenheit, and closer to 105, 106, 107  and 108.  When I was kid growing up in pre-discovered Austin, Texas in the 1990's, the max high summer temperatures were around 99 to 100 degrees. So, reason number #1. Maybe People will stop MOVING to Austin, Texas! Hopefully this awful public relations heatwave, & dry summer fire risks will deter the rest of America's citizens from permanently relocating to Austin, Texan and calling it home. Austin, Texas is full, we literally don't need any more people.  The other morning on the hike and bike