There are currently 16 blog entries published by Bryan Cady.
Wednesday, February 6th, 2019 at 11:10am. 568 Views, 0 Comments.
In real estate circles, it’s all about “location, location, location.” The same could be said for landing a job. And a new study ranks Austin among the best locations in the U.S. to hunt for work.
The study, conducted by personal finance website WalletHub, places Austin among the top 20 cities in the country. To determine the strongest local job markets in the U.S., WalletHub compared more than 180 cities across 30 key metrics, including availability of jobs, employment growth, and monthly average starting salary.
The data for each city in the study falls into two buckets: job market and socioeconomics. Austin, a perennial favorite on lists of the best places for jobs, appears at No. 16 in the WalletHub ranking. The Capital City comes in at No. 17…
Monday, January 21st, 2019 at 10:57am. 375 Views, 0 Comments.
It’s no secret that Austin is one of the hottest real estate markets in the country, and the area boasts myriad attractive neighborhoods for prospective homebuyers with different budgets.
So which ones are on track to be the hottest this year? For its Hottest Neighborhoods of 2019 list, real estate website Redfin determined the three hottest neighborhoods in many of the largest metro areas in the U.S., based on Redfin user data and agent insights from November 2018.
The neighborhoods below are poised to become “some of the most desirable places in the country in the coming year,” according to Redfin. The site measured metrics such as median sale price in the area compared to metro median, number of days on market, and percent that sold…
Tuesday, January 8th, 2019 at 11:03am. 214 Views, 0 Comments.
On any given night during 2018, some 552,830 Americans nationwide experienced homelessness, according to a recent report by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. That's a tragic statistic, but it's only a slight increase—just 0.3 percent—over 2017. A decade-long trend shows a more positive outlook; overall, homelessness has declined by 13 percent since 2010. An innovative “housing-first” approach, which recognizes the importance of stable housing first and foremost, is partly responsible for the improvement.
While the people experiencing homelessness are, of course, a diverse group, some fundamental needs are shared. Creating a sense of security, privacy, and dignity is always necessary, says Jill Pable, a professor in Florida State…
Tuesday, January 5th, 2016 at 11:04am. 7,492 Views, 0 Comments.
To start the new year, here's a great economic forecast from our friend Mark Sprague, The State Director of Information Capital for Independence Title. This excerpt is specific to Austin; click here to read the entire article.
"...Austin is the last major Texas metro that we will address. Austin cannot continue to grow West due to geography, road infrastructure, and environmental concerns. Do we move east, north or south? Recruitment of new business and organic local growth will be the driver of our city’s economy for the foreseeable future.
Google and Apple have not even begun to hit stride in expansion. Other companies that are moving to or expanding in Austin are Dell /EMC, GMC, Hewlett Packard, the University of Texas medical school, and…
Tuesday, December 15th, 2015 at 11:27am. 4,805 Views, 0 Comments.
Austin is the 11th largest city in the nation (Source: Fusion), and just recently Austin's population has surpassed the 2 million mark earlier this year according to LawnStarter.com. Read more here...
Monday, April 27th, 2015 at 9:05pm. 2,518 Views, 0 Comments.
Austin ranks No. 13 of the nation’s most environmentally friendly cities, according to a new report from San Francisco-based NerdWallet Inc.
Based on nine factors such as walking commuters, Austin generated a score of 53.5 compared with the No. 1 city, Honolulu, Hawaii, which scored 83.6. No. 2, Washington, D.C., scored 64.3, and No. 3, Arlington, Virginia, scored 62.8, according to the new report.
Irving, the only other Texas city in the top 25, generated an overall score of 51.2 and a ranking of No. 20.
Ten percent of Austin’s commuters carpool and just 3 percent of them walk to work versus Honolulu carpoolers of 13 percent and walking commuters of 9 percent, according to the report.
The number of Austin residential buildings with solar heating per
Thursday, January 29th, 2015 at 5:49pm. 3,008 Views, 0 Comments.
Tom Jean Webb Opening Night at The DEN
Thursday, July 25th, 2013 at 2:26pm. 3,721 Views, 0 Comments.
Wednesday, July 10th, 2013 at 12:16pm. 2,966 Views, 0 Comments.
Walking is the new Cadillac. Remembering an episode of Mad Men, set in the early 1960's, Don Draper mentions a meeting happening just a few blocks over to a collegue that they should walk to. Both become hysterical with laughter, as if they might actually walk as opposed to drive. Times were different back then. The suburban neighborhoods were booming and buyers actually paid more for a home removed from the hustle of urban life, homes they had to drive to. Everyone saw what kind of car you rolled up in. Now, 50+ years later, things have flipped dramatically.
"This trend is about both the revitalization of center cities and the urbanization of the suburbs." The amount of walking or biking you do, ranks high in social circles. Your environmental…
Tuesday, June 25th, 2013 at 12:04pm. 8,804 Views, 0 Comments.
Located on 6th Street but nestled on the banks of Waller Creek, Easy Tiger is where the East Side and Downtown Austin lifestyles converge. WIth a great selection of international beers, full bar, cured meats and giant pretzels, Easy Tiger is a great place to hang out with friends without all the hustle and bustle. It also doubles as a bakery, so if you are an early riser, stop in for coffee and pastries. And for those who like to be active while drinking, there are two professional-grade ping pong tables along Waller Creek.
For upcoming events and specials, check out their facebook page.