Category Archives: City Bank Mortgage
My nearly 20 years in ATX biz has been witness to the fact that a great deal of personal wealth has been built in the… Posted by Jan Hill on Saturday, October 15, 2016
Janet Yellen has the unenviable position to determine when the interest rate merry go round will pause and rates will begin to rise to a more “normal” level. When the feds began monetary easing in 2008 and 2009 I doubt … Continue reading
Juliette has one of my favorite patios. What are yours? Culture map highlights great places to meet up click here to see their latest recommendations.
As housing affordability declines, the percentage of renters is expected to increase. Rental rates are projected to rise 5% during 2016. The property investors that I know feel that property taxes are chewing them up and spitting them out. So the tax … Continue reading
Something’s happening here… #SXSW #ATX 📷 @nmorton88 A photo posted by SXSW (@sxsw) on Mar 9, 2016 at 9:15pm PST
400 homes are owned by investors and used by visitors to ATX for short term stays while visiting central Texas. I am curious how phasing out TYPE 2 short term rentals will repurpose these homes and impact these neighborhoods? Interesting article … Continue reading
36 Hours in Austin, Texas By EVAN RAIL MARCH 4, 2016 Beyond the SXSW festival, there’s classic barbecue, contemporary art and even a beer garden on a working ranch. Photo Downtown, seen from South Congress Avenue. CreditStacy Sodolak for The … Continue reading