Austin

Asterra Properties Charity Event A Success

Last Wednesday evening, Asterra Properties held a charity/networking event at Third Base Sports Bar for the benefit of Autism Speaks, an advocacy program supporting autism research and awareness.  Autism Speaks’ mission is to provide funds for autism prevention, treatments, and possible cures, and to support those affected by Autism.  We are happy to announce that, with the help of our sponsors and all of those in attendance for the event, we raised over $2,500 in donations. This comes just in time for Austin’s Walk Now For Autism Speaks, which will be held on September 28th at Camp Mabry.

"Omni buys Barton Creek Resort & Spa in blockbuster deal"

Austin Business Journal
 
West Austin’s beloved and historic Barton Creek Resort and Spa was recently purchased by Omni Hotels and Resorts for an undisclosed amount. The acquisition is a part of Omni’s plan to build a five-property resort collection. Other properties acquired by Omni as a part of this compilation are located in California, North Carolina, and Virginia. 
 

Austin Market on the Upswing

Austin area office market ends year on upswing

Job growth pushes occupancies, rents higher

Austin American Statesman

Progress Slow on New Courthouse - Consultant Sought by County

Travis County slow in deciding on new courthouse as key questions remain unanswered

Austin American Statesman

January 7 -15, 2013: This Week in Real Estate

Home prices up the most since 2006

Discouraged by the state of real estate? Well, don’t be. Housingwire.com and CoreLogic will set your mind at ease.

Bernanke: QE successfully brings down mortgage rates

This Week In Real Estate

Austin's boom to continue through 2014, economist says

During his Annual Economic Forecast, economist Angelos Angelou predicts that Austin’s future growth will continue to rely on the tech and entertainment sectors as well as a spirit of entrepreneurship and a strong real estate market.

The 2012 numbers were impressive, to say the least. Here’s a snapshot:

New residents: 65,500

New jobs: 26,300 (19,000 originally predicted)

New businesses: 1,120

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