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Austin, Texas owns 3 of top 5 real estate markets and claims a rapidly growing technology market, Austin, Texas leads in property development and investment, explaining how it leads to Austin’s new nickname, ‘Silicon Hills’. Due to rapid population growth and insufficient housing supplies from the technology sector, Austin faces high housing demand which leads to big jump in homes prices. Austin, Texas embraces of high-quality universities, influential politics and varied culture. Forbes nominates Austin as the second United States city having the fastest development in 2015. Austin is coming up as one of the top real estate investment areas and is predicted to soon rival Silicon Valley in terms of its real estate market’s vibrancy and price appreciation.
With design-forward hotels popping up on every corner of the globe, it can sometimes be hard to choose where to land—and even harder to leave at the end of your stay.
The average sale price for luxury homes nationwide fell 1.6% to $1.55 million in the first quarter of 2019, according to Redfin, the first quarterly decline in three years.
Marriott International Inc. is expanding its home-sharing business to the U.S., becoming the latest hotel operator to challenge Airbnb at its own game.
From a home in Southampton designed by AD100 architects, to actor Bruce Willis’ sprawling compound in Turks & Caicos, these are this month’s four featured notable properties for sale.
An oft-overlooked space in the home, your bathroom deserves an inspired redesign to ring in the new year.
Pantone®, the global authority on all things color, has named a new Color of the Year for 2019: PANTONE 16-1546 Living Coral.