Hottest Neighborhoods to Watch in Austin this Homebuying Season

As protests sweep major U.S. cities, businesses large and small are posting on social media our opposition to racism and violence. It’s important for Black folks within a company and across society to see America unite in opposition to racism. But is that enough?

What’s behind the protests’ rage and despair is the sense that talk is cheap, and change is painfully slow. We love to denounce someone else’s racism, but it would matter more if businesses looked at our own contribution to a divided America and decided what to do about it.

The most obvious thing is hiring and

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It’s a renter’s market as tenants push for cheaper deals

As protests sweep major U.S. cities, businesses large and small are posting on social media our opposition to racism and violence. It’s important for Black folks within a company and across society to see America unite in opposition to racism. But is that enough?

What’s behind the protests’ rage and despair is the sense that talk is cheap, and change is painfully slow. We love to denounce someone else’s racism, but it would matter more if businesses looked at our own contribution to a divided America and decided what to do about it.

The most obvious thing is hiring and

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Posted on 2 days ago

Retirees join coastal club with million-dollar home beside Ocean Grove golf club

As protests sweep major U.S. cities, businesses large and small are posting on social media our opposition to racism and violence. It’s important for Black folks within a company and across society to see America unite in opposition to racism. But is that enough?

What’s behind the protests’ rage and despair is the sense that talk is cheap, and change is painfully slow. We love to denounce someone else’s racism, but it would matter more if businesses looked at our own contribution to a divided America and decided what to do about it.

The most obvious thing is hiring and

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Posted on 2 days ago

It’s Not Enough – Redfin

As protests sweep major U.S. cities, businesses large and small are posting on social media our opposition to racism and violence. It’s important for Black folks within a company and across society to see America unite in opposition to racism. But is that enough?

What’s behind the protests’ rage and despair is the sense that talk is cheap, and change is painfully slow. We love to denounce someone else’s racism, but it would matter more if businesses looked at our own contribution to a divided America and decided what to do about it.

The most obvious thing is hiring and

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Posted on 2 days ago

Hottest Neighborhoods to Watch in Austin this Homebuying Season

Austin, Texas continues to grow in popularity and for good reason. Downtown Austin has so much to offer, with a big music scene, great restaurants with unique culture, awesome parks for biking and walking, and a collaborative tech environment. If you are considering moving to Austin, these are just a few of the best Austin neighborhoods, each with something unique to offer.

  • $709,000 average home price 
  • Sold for an average of 0.8 under list price 
  • Average 65 days on market 

“Rosedale is located just north of downtown and people really enjoy this area because of its close proximity to downtown

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It’s a renter’s market as tenants push for cheaper deals

COVID-19 has seen many tenants across the country negotiating their rent, irrespective of experiencing financial hardship due to the health pandemic. 

For the first time in a long time, the rental market has flipped and without as much competition among renters, landlords and property managers have been finding tenants across the board are not only wanting to negotiate the price on new rental agreements, but they are attempting to re-negotiate existing ones.

Now that renters have the upper hand, landlords risk their chances of securing tenants, or indeed losing them, if they don’t budge on price, the quandary leaving property

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Retirees join coastal club with million-dollar home beside Ocean Grove golf club

This Ocean Grove property is less than 200m to the banks of the Barwon River.


Relocating retirees have found their dream lifestyle location next door to the Ocean Grove Golf Club and just moments from the Barwon River.

The Melbourne couple will be able to enjoy sunsets over the river after they paid $1.015 million for a modern four-bedroom house at 21 Guthridge St.

Ocean Grove Real Estate agent Jacob Platt said the pair weren’t golfers themselves but had family members that liked to hit the course.

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It’s Not Enough – Redfin

As protests sweep major U.S. cities, businesses large and small are posting on social media our opposition to racism and violence. It’s important for Black folks within a company and across society to see America unite in opposition to racism. But is that enough?

What’s behind the protests’ rage and despair is the sense that talk is cheap, and change is painfully slow. We love to denounce someone else’s racism, but it would matter more if businesses looked at our own contribution to a divided America and decided what to do about it.

The most obvious thing is hiring and

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Surge of sales in Avalon Beach for holiday homes and lifestyle

A heritage-listed cabin in Avalon Beach sold to inner city buyers for more than $3.1 million after just 16 days on the market. Avalon Beach is enjoying a huge surge of interest.


The northern beaches suburb of Avalon Beach is enjoying a surge of sales as Sydneysiders compete for holiday homes and working from home houses close to a beach and lively village.

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Inner city buyers are attracted to Avalon Beach by big blocks, character homes, proximity to the ocean and a relaxed village lifestyle.


Agents say the

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