I would like to express my gratitude to past clients who participated in the Five Star Professional survey. I am honored to be among a select group of less than 3% of licensed agents in Central Texas to receive this award.
I cannot thank you enough for your support and recognition.
If you see a stranger knocking at your door in Austin, it just might be someone offering to buy your house. Austin real estate inventory is low and in demand. Many home buyers and their agents are walking the streets of preferred neighborhoods looking for owners who might consider selling.
If you have considered putting your home on the market, now’s the time. Call me for a free market analysis, (512) 745-7006
Lorie Marrero is an expert on de-cluttering and organization. Watch the video below to hear some great tips and advice on getting your home ready to sell. It’s easy to feel insulted when a real estate agent suggests staging; however, keep in mind that every home needs to be staged. No matter how amazing the house looks, it needs to be de-personalized so that potential buyers don’t feel like they are walking into someone else’s space. Buyers need to feel a connection to the home the moment they walk in the door. A staged home sells faster and for more money, even in a seller’s market.
Austin (Bat City) is home to the largest urban bat colony in North America (estimated at 1.5 million Mexican free-tail bats).
Beginning in mid-March through November, the bats emerge from under the Congress Avenue bridge at dusk to search for food (they consume between 10,000 and 30,000 pounds of insects). There are several points from which to view the event, and an information kiosk is located on the north bank of the river, just east of the bridge.
Call the Bat Hotline (512-416-5700, ext 3636) to get updates on the bats and approximate times when they are expected to emerge. Note: peak season is late summer