Guess what Surprising city is developing into Austin’s first ‘hipster suburb,’ according to experts…LEANDER!!!Bridget Brandt 2019-10-30T12:37:30-05:00
Believe it or not, a fast-growing Williamson County suburb could transform into a hipster haven that shares some of East Austin’s cultural DNA. A local housing expert believes Leander possesses all of the ingredients to evolve into the Austin metro area’s first “hipsturbia,” part of nationwide real estate trend.
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Life in a boomtown has its perks. Growth brings opportunity.
We’re seeing that more than ever when it comes to housing. The Austin Board of Realtors released its latest housing numbers, and they show the median home price is now $320,000 – a 73% increase in the last 10 years.
We decided to look at the fastest growing ZIP codes in the area, and what we found is that families are increasingly choosing to live outside the Austin city limits.
“The hottest two areas right now are Cedar Park and Leander. The northwest sector of Austin,” said Susan Horton, a longtime Austin Realtor.
Having available cash on hand is crucial for businesses of all sizes, and a business line of credit is often a great way to get that cash. A credit line can help when you have unexpected cash flow gaps or when you want to take advantage of opportunities that arise. That’s why so many business owners have turned to a business line of credit—according to a 2017 study by the Federal Reserve, a business line of credit was one of the top three most popular financing options amongst business owners who applied for financing.
But how easy is it to actually get a business line of […]
September 19, 2019
July 25, 2019
This guest post was originally published at Alliance Virtual Offices
When you start a business, you want it to have a professional image. That means a proper address and phone number in an area that is well-respected.
If that sounds pricey to you, you’re not alone.
Lots of new business owners think that in order to give their start up a corporate image, they need to break the bank by leasing fancy offices in the best part of town. But this doesn’t have to be the case.
June 28, 2019
The 86th Texas Legislature convened and concluded with shared priorities including public school funding and property tax reform.
Here’s a little breakdown of the two big bills:
Article by Bankrate
The number of women-owned businesses in the United States has seen huge growth. In fact, women are opening an average of 849 new businesses per day.
Women-owned businesses increased a dramatic 31 times over the past 46 years, according to the 2018 State of Women-Owned Businesses Report commissioned by American Express. Between 1972 and 2018, they’ve risen from 402,000 (4.6% of all firms) in 1972 to 12.3 million (40% of all firms) in 2018.
Despite the numbers and what looks like success on paper, women-owned businesses actively fail to represent a larger portion of the total employment […]
May 13, 2019
Leander is growing rapidly – between the Metro Rail, new St. David’s hospital due to expand, ACC San Gabriel campus, and new businesses and communities opening every day, see why Leander is becoming a major Austin suburb.
April 24, 2019
While the race for the White House and Congress often grips the nation, participation in – and even awareness of – our local elections has significantly declined in recent years.
Ironically, these local elections concern the offices and issues that have clear and immediate implications for voters in their day-to-day lives – arguably more so than federal contests. Such elections are not only for mayors and council positions, but also local judges, sheriffs, clerks, school board members and other officials. Local elections also include community issues that are put directly to voters – through various ballot measures and initiatives.
Bottom line: these are the elections that affect you the most. Your quality of life is on the ballot. Please vote in our upcoming […]