Areas of TownOne of the decisions regarding your home purchase is determining what part of Austin (or the surrounding areas) will work best for your needs. This decision is usually driven by a number of factors, including:
Price Range - Obviously, certain areas of Austin and the surrounding area are more or less expensive than others, so your decision may hinge on the price point for your purchase.
Commute Time - If you will be dealing with a commute in Austin, it may be important to find something with a reasonable travel time to the office. Since Austin has experienced a lot of growth over the past 10-15 years, the roads and traffic have also grown.
Convenience to Amenities - Some of our clients prefer to be very close to shopping, restaurants, and other amenities within the community.
Convenience to Specific People - You may be moving to Austin to be closer to a relative or a close friend. In this case, the location of your home may be somewhat driven by the location of these people.
Our team is familiar with all areas of Austin, so we are able to suggest which areas will be most suitable for you using your specific criteria.
Like most cities, the neighborhoods near downtown Austin tend to be higher-priced, whereas many surrounding areas are more affordable. Following are descriptions and price ranges for many Austin neighborhoods, arranged with the higher-priced neighborhoods coming first, and lower-priced neighborhoods at the end.