Austin Area Real Estate - Where do you work, Jason?

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Austin Texas Homes, LLC 453249

 

Austin has grown pretty dramatically over the past couple of decades.  In fact, since 1990, Austin's MSA (Metropolitan Statistical Area) has roughly doubled in population during that period, from about 846,000 in 1990 to over 1.5 million today.  Despite this fact, I find this market to be quite manageable in its entirety.  Our team handles sales throughout central Texas.

I have had home buyers and sellers ask me which areas of Austin and the surrounding area I actually work.  Additionally, I had an agent in California ask the same question of me a few days ago.  I thought it might be helpful to provide a list of all of the towns/areas we cover.

 

 

Basically, I have assisted buyers in just about every Austin MLS area (i.e. every part of Austin), as well as the following towns in central Texas:

 

  • Round Rock
  • Pflugerville
  • Cedar Park
  • Leander
  • Georgetown
  • Liberty Hill
  • Rollingwood
  • Westlake Hills
  • Spicewood
  • Lakeway
  • Volente
  • Lago Vista
  • Jonestown
  • Manchaca
  • Dripping Springs
  • Driftwood
  • Wimberley
  • Bastrop
  • Buda
  • Kyle
  • Manor
  • Elgin
  • Coupland
  • Jarrell
  • Hutto
  • Taylor
  • Any homes on Lake Travis or Lake Austin

 

With regard to listings, we will consider most of the above areas, depending on the circumstances. 

 I hope this is helpful.  As you can see, "Austin real estate" actually covers many, many outlying areas. 

 

I am personally of the mindset that Austin is not too large to handle the whole thing pretty easily, particularly when it comes to representing buyers.  In larger cities such as Dallas or Houston, this is much more difficult to achieve. 

 

So, if you are looking to purchase in any of the above areas, please feel free to give me a call.  I cannot guarantee that this is a comprehensive list, so if you're not sure, call me anyway.  If I can't help, I can find someone who can. 

 

 

If you are an agent with a referral that you are looking to send our way, I will promptly pay a 25% referral fee upon closing. 

I have also handled several corporate relocation accounts, including St. Jude Medical and ERCOT, so I would consider relocation to Austin to be among my specialities.  You might find my online relocation package to be helpful:

Austin Texas Relocation Package

If you have any questions, or if you are considering a move to this area, call me anytime at 512-796-7653 (cell) or email jason@austintexashomes.com.  I look forward to helping you find the right home!

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If you're looking for a home in the Austin area, you can also visit my primary website at www.austintexashomes.com.  Thanks!

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Rainmaker
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Ricki Eichler McCallum
CastNet Realty - Corpus Christi, TX
Broker,GRI,ABR, e-Pro, TAHS
It's a big area Jason but I know you and your agents can handle it!  Any referrals I get for Austin will come your way! :)
Apr 16, 2008 02:31 PM #1
Rainmaker
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Lisa Hill
Florida Property Experts - Daytona Beach, FL
Daytona Beach Real Estate
That is WAY further than I would travel! Especially with today's gas prices. And I think I actually looked at a map to see where you worked once. You're WAAAYYY inland, aren't you? Texas is such a huge state. It's hard to picture where everything is.
Apr 16, 2008 04:10 PM #2
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Don Rogers
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Jason, I like how you let folks know who you are and how much ground you cover.
Apr 17, 2008 12:09 AM #3
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Linda Tremblay
Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc, PA License #AB065488 - Doylestown, PA
Associate Broker - Bucks County, PA Real Estate Services
I definitely think you can handle it and I agree with the comment above that any referrals I will have in Austin area will come your way. 
Apr 17, 2008 01:00 AM #4
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Amanda Evans
DFW Living - Fort Worth, TX
Real Estate Broker - Fort Worth Texas

What a great idea for a blog, Jason!  I am sending everything Austin your way!

Apr 17, 2008 01:15 AM #5
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Brian Block
RE/MAX Allegiance, Managing Broker/Branch Vice President - McLean, VA
Northern Virginia & D.C. Real Estate
Jason, I've heard the old expression that in Texas you can drive all day and still be in Texas.  A corollary to that should be that in Austin, Texas, you can drive all day and Jason Crouch will still sell you a house wherever you may be.
Apr 17, 2008 03:19 AM #6
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RICKI - I appreciate that.  I feel the same way about you in your area of expertise.

LISA - Yes, we are way inland (probably 3.5 hours from any coastal areas).  We do cover a big area, but I guess with gas prices I am simply more selective with clients. :)

DON - Thanks!

LINDA - I thank you for your confidence in any referrals you might have for this area of Texas.  I truly appreciate it.

AMANDA - Thank you, my friend.  I know that you will.

BRIAN - Good one.  Thankfully, it's not completely true, since it takes a whole day to drive across the state!

Apr 17, 2008 03:46 AM #7
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Gary Woltal
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Jason, you are so right about the growth around Austin, I remember when Round Rock and Georgetown were way far north of the city. Now everything is connected.
Apr 17, 2008 08:59 AM #8
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Alan Kirkpatrick
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Alan in Austin

Jason:

Great localism post and a really good idea for a post. Wish I would have thought of it first.

Apr 17, 2008 01:46 PM #9
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Deb Brooks
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Hi Jason, Austin is really a beautiful area. What is going on in the Lake Travis area? Are the prices high or is it a buyer's market? If you come across any "really" good deals call me. I'm always looking! Scott would love to move to Austin. We're toying with it. Hello to Pam. Later in the rain~Deb
Apr 17, 2008 02:11 PM #10
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GARY - Absolutely.  I moved to this area in 1988, and Round Rock was barely a blip on the radar.  Now it is approaching 100,000 people.

ALAN - Thanks, and sorry!

DEB - The prices are still pretty high, but it is definitely a buyer's market, depending on the price range.  If you are sincerely interested, let me know via email and I'll get you some info.  Maybe you can come work for me!

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Jason- I am sure you are the best man for the job! I would not think of referring to anyone else!
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