You’ve landed at my blog, either by intent or accident — and I’m happy to have you!
I started this blog as sort of a catch-all spot to post all kinds of random stuff I’d like to pass along, most of it pertaining to Austin real estate (my own business in particular or market info in general) or interesting/funny tidbits about Austin … or gardening tips, home decor/design ideas, places you should check out, coming events, notes about the weather, or pictures from in and around Austin I happen to like.
Like this one, which I took outside the Palmer Events Center on a sunny fall day a few weeks ago:
Or this one, of the Beautiful Brandeen (my son’s dog) playing at Bull Creek Park (Austin being a very pet-friendly city):
If you’re interested in browsing listings available for purchase or lease, please click on the SEARCH AUSTIN AREA HOMES FOR SALE link here or on the sidebar.
If you’d like to talk about purchasing a home (for your primary residence or as an investment property), new home construction, listing your home for sale or just finding out what your home is worth, I’d be delighted to chat with you. Or if you’re interested in getting intermittent email updates from me (no spamming, I promise), please click on the SIGN UP FOR EMAIL UPDATES link.
I always post the latest Austin real estate market stats on my About Real Estate page if you just want to have a quick look.
You can also check out my Facebook page by clicking that link in the sidebar (and don’t be shy about hitting that LIKE button once you get there — it makes me feel good)!
And finally, following my blog by clicking on the link labeled Follow Adventures in Austin Real Estate is always encouraged. That way you never have to worry about any missing any morsel of wit or wisdom I might drop.
Please feel free to leave me your comments or questions or, even better, reach out to me if you’d like to chat about real estate. My contact info is ALL OVER this site!
In the mean time, like the unknown artist at Austin’s graffiti wall says above, “Just keep swimming. One day you’ll be in your ocean.”
I’m not entirely sure what that means, but I’m sure it’s profound.