4708 Heflin Ln, Austin, TX 78721
4708 Heflin Ln, Austin, TX 78721
2 Full Bathroom(s)
If a stadium eventually rises from a barren field in North Austin to host the city’s first professional sports franchise, it will have had humble beginnings.
It will have begun more than a year ago when notable Austin attorney Richard Suttle signed up to lobby for Major League Soccer to set up shop in the Texas capital. Weekday community meetings in a recreation center or in the hallway of a health clinic, neither hosting no more than 100 people, will have led to a deal for a stadium of 20,000 screaming fans.
And it will have overcome a number of obstacles: ranging from wary neighbors in Austin to legal action brought by Ohio’s top law enforcement official.
But the story of Major League Soccer’s Columbus Crew SC, and whether it will move to Austin under the leadership of Precourt Sports Ve...Read More
The Real Estate Wealth Expo comes to the Austin Convention Center on June 9, 2018. It is a great opportunity for companies to promote face-to-face with thousands of attendees in need of their services or products.
Thousands of home buyers, investors and entrepreneurs will attend the Austin Expo. Over 7,500 attendees are expected to attend this dynamic and exciting event.
• Tony Robbins presenting his 3 Hour Peak Performance Training
• Daymond John from Shark Tank
• Pitbull, Entertainer & Entrepreneur, with a live performance and talk
• Todd Talbot from Love It Or List It Too
• Christina El Moussa from HGTV’s Flip or Flop
• Catrina Kidd from Texas Move N Flip
• Shay Millheiser from Flipping Austin, Founder of The Agency
There are other speakers as well as all kinds of se...Read More
AUSTIN, Texas, April 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — With an estimated 7,000 people experiencing homelessness over the course of a year in Travis County, HomeAid America, a national nonprofit provider of housing for the homelessness, is stepping up to alleviate homelessness in the area. HomeAid has established its 18th chapter in the nation in partnership with the Home Builders Association of Greater Austin. HomeAid Austin will work with the local home building industry to develop, build and maintain housing for nonprofits serving those experiencing homelessness.
"We are very excited to be entering Austin, Texas to help address the homelessness problem there," said Peter Simons, CEO of HomeAid America...Read More
AUSTIN, TX — Law enforcement officials staged a hastily called press conference on Monday revealing new details related to their investigation into the serial bombings that sparked widespread panic last month before the suspect blew himself up as police closed in.
Much of what was disclosed, however, were details largely already in the public record. Portions of the newly unsealed affidavit confirmed officials found various similarities among the detonated devices, leading them to conclude the terror campaign was the work of a single person who’s since been identified as Mark Anthony Conditt, 23, of Pflugerville. All six of the detonated parcel bombs contained shrapnel, officials revealed at the press conference.
One new detail emerged related to a March 18 explosion that injured two bicyc...Read More
More than 100,000 merchants worldwide are currently accepting cryptocurrency, including Austin real-estate companies.
In September 2017, Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty reported it became the first brokerage in Texas to close a home purchased entirely with Bitcoin, one form of digital currency.
Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty’s Leslie Gossett said she had two properties on the market where sellers were accepting cryptocurrency as payment.
Accepting digital currencies, specifically Bitcoin, is a new trend Austin realtors are seeing.
"It’s an additional way to market the property for people out there who have cryptocurrency that are looking to maybe convert it into a tangible asset," Gossett said.
"We’ve got a young demographic here in Austin particularly that is getting more and m...Read More
The typical winter slowdown in the housing market seems to have skipped Austin. Median home prices jumped 12.2 percent within the city limits in February — the second straight month of double-digit year-over-year growth, according to the latest data from the Austin Board of Realtors.
The median price for a single-family home in Austin proper hit $367,701 last month.
Across the overall Austin-Round Rock metro, the median price was $299,900 last month, up 4 percent from a year earlier.
Economists had predicted a 5 percent growth in median home prices in the city of Austin last month, according to ABOR.
“We have far surpassed that," 2018 ABOR President Steve Crorey said in a statement...Read More
AUSTIN, TX — A fundraising campaign has been launched to assist the family of a University of Texas at Austin student who fell to his death last weekend from a fourth-floor apartment.
Lawrence Ray Emanuel III fell some 40 feet early Sunday from a student housing complex dubbed the Texan Tower. Officials are now investigating the matter as an accidental death. Emanuel was a senior in the College of Education.
A woman named Lydia Breedlove identifying herself as a UT-Austin student and longtime friend of Emanuel launched a GoFundMe campaign to help his mother deal with funeral costs and other expenses associated with her son’s death.
Related story: UT-Austin Student Falls To His Death From 4th Floor Apartment
"I am raising this money in order to help his family with funeral costs, and any ot...Read More
Finding apartments with four bedrooms is usually a difficult task, especially, since most apartments only have 2 or 3 rooms at most; however, it is not an impossible task. Depending on the place you live in, there is a moderate chance that you will easily find such apartments with four bedrooms. To find out whether these apartments can be found in your area, there are a few tips you should follow to maximize your chances of finding them.
First of all, you need to browse the internet to find any offers. Searching for 4-bedroom apartments on the internet is usually the most efficient way of locating them. Most websites that deal with rentals will let you check for certain features when browsing for an apartment, and one of the criteria is, obviously, the number of rooms...Read More
Workers in Austin, Texas will be eligible for paid sick leave starting on October 1, 2018, following the passage of a city ordinance Friday.
This means that workers in the city of 947,890 won’t have to sacrifice pay to recuperate from short-term illnesses, which will likely encourage sick workers to stay home rather than risk public health, and their own, by going to work.
As it stands, there is no federal paid sick leave requirement for short-term illnesses. In the absence of nationwide regulations, eight states and Washington, D.C. have legislated paid sick leave on their own.
In states where there is no paid sick leave, some counties and municipalities have enacted their own regulations. Austin is the first local government to adopt a sick leave policy in the South.
Federal government e...Read More