Posted on February 25, 2019
Downtown Condo For Sale
Do you want to own a downtown Austin Condo?
Have you ever considered downtown condo living in the music capital of the world? Well now is your opportunity to own this absolutely stunning penthouse condo located on the 13th floor of the Milago in the heart of Austin with a partial Lady Bird Lake view.
This awesome 2-bedroom, 2-bath 1164 SF (+/-) condo comes with two reserved parking spaces (213 & 214). This condo is located in the Rainy St. District with lots of entertainment, food and music with access to Town Lake Hike and Bike trail. Not suitable for short term rental, 12-month minimum with HOA rental requirements.
If you want to take a preview of this condo or any other Austin condo please give me a call, I would love to earn your business.
Posted on January 1, 2018
You wont find a 1,246 SF (+/-) 3-bedroom, 2.5 bath condo in Austin at a better price. This condo comes with a one car garage, 1-reserved parking spot, private back patio, community pool, hot tub, tennis courts, dog park and huge oak trees providing an abundance of shade throughout the community. Perfect for home owner or investor. Owner is a real estate agent. Request showing through CCS.
Posted on February 11, 2014
KEYE TV INTERVIEW W/Alex Boyer
As a real estate professional specializing in residential sales in the Austin and Bastrop communities I had the pleasure of doing an interview with KEYE News Reporter Alex Boyer about when should a home owner who’s selling a home disclose a death to potential buyers. Texas Property code requires that sellers of a home disclose a death that occurred on property other than a death caused by: natural causes, suicide, or accident unrelated to the Property’s condition. Section 5.008 of the Texas Property code is available here. So basically what the code is saying is that if a murder or a death caused by the property condition occurs on the property, the home owner is bound by law to disclose that information to any potential buyer. Surprising the are some exceptions to this law that applies to foreclosures, bank owned homes, homes that are under the control of a trustee or rental properties. These individuals do not have to disclose murders that occurred on the property in fact they are exempt for disclosing anything.
Let me ask you this. Would you purchase a home knowing a murder occurred on the property?
I actually represented some awesome client’s several months ago that were looking to purchase a nice two story home in the Del Valle area and the property owner as required by law disclosed that a murder/suicide occurred in the home. My client’s didn’t want to know the details of the murder but decided to move forward with the purchase anyways. Unfortunately the home was appraised way below the market value and the seller refused to negotiate with my client’s on the sale price and the deal fell through. But the good new I found them another home in Del Valle, TX and they are some happy clients.
If you would like additional information about what you are required to disclose as a home owner or if your looking to purchase a home and want to know what should be disclosed give me a call. I would love to earn your real estate business.
Posted on December 30, 2013
This 3-bedroon, 2-bath, 1,68 +/- SF home is a great buy in the up and coming area of North East Austin is by far the best deal in the neighborhood an is offered at on;y $195,000. This Austin home has a beautiful private backyard with outdoor shop (man cave) fully functioning above ground hot tube, playscape for the kids, BBQ patio and large trees offering plenty of shade. If your a first time home buyer or looking for a home with easy access to downtown Austin, UT campus, Bergstrom International airport, Formula One or the Mueller Community this is the perfect home for you. The owner will convey refrigerator, wash, dyer and backyard swings. Hurry this home will not last long.