Memorial Day Weekend is almost here. If you are looking for something fun to do over the long weekend, we've got you covered.
Spend time outdoors!
- Have a picnic at Zilker Park
- Cool off in Barton Springs
- Pick Flowers at Sweet Berry Farm
- Paddleboard or rent a donut boat on Lady Bird Lake
- Visit Krause Springs
- Seek an adventure at Jacob's Well or Blue Hole Regional Park in Wimberley
Spend time on a patio before the hot summer months!
- Polvos Downtown
- Ranch 616
- Juliet Italian Kitchen
Texas is known for "wide-open spaces" and in 2021 it took the lead of all of the states for land sales!
An article on Austin Culture Map said, "According to a new report from the National Association of Realtors and the Realtors Land Institute, the five states with the largest shares of land sales in 2021 were Texas (14.6 percent), Florida (12.8 percent), California (6.2 percent), Georgia (5.3 percent), and Arizona (5.2 percent).
“Given the challenges of the past two years, many of our buyers are looking for more than just a second home — they want the sense of freedom and a deeper connection...
The Hot Luck: Live Food & Music Festival returns to honor the soul, sweat, and DIY diversity of the food and music world during this three-day event!
Some festivals have top chefs, some have killer music lineups. Leave it to Hot Luck to bring it all together!
Click here for the website!
Austin is well-known for its incredible and diverse food scene. Food Trucks are essential to the Austinite aesthetic and with warm weather upon us, it’s time to make your food truck bucket list. Travel the world through taste by checking out this list of top food trucks around the city.
Click here for a list of the top food trucks in ATX!.
If you recently received your property appraisal and you immediately thought to yourself, this is crazy! You’re not alone. Many Texans have received eye-popping estimates of their homes’ appraised values. Residential appraisals are up 15 to 30 percent in Harris County, 20 percent in Tarrant County, 24 percent in Dallas County, 25 percent in Bexar County, and 53 percent in Travis County, and the list goes on.
Many factors could alter your property tax bill before it comes due in the fall
Click here to read more!