Need Some Help Moving to Austin?

Posted by Jesse Gomez on Monday, March 4th, 2013 at 2:11am.

Are you moving to Austin, TX in the near future, or considering it? You may want to consider getting a free Austin relocation guide.


Moving to a new city is always difficult, as you are left with so many questions and a lot of uncertainty. Such as:

  • What neighborhood should you live in?
  • What public or private school offerings are there?
  • Which are the better day care centers?
  • Are there any moving companies we can get to help us out?
  • Where can we go to church?
  • What are property taxes like?
  • Who are the major employers?
  • I want to build a new home, so are there new communities and who are the top builders?
  • What are some reputable apartment complexes?
  • What color should I paint the new living room?

Well, aside from the last one, the free Austin relocation guide is a 300-page guide includes detailed and up-to-date information on all those things and more. Austin is a big city with so much to offer. There are numerous neighborhoods for you to consider, and so many amenities that it's hard to contain them all in one guide. The shopping is first rate, with areas such as the downtown 2nd Street District - "Where Texas Warmth meets Austin Cool", or the South Congress (SoCo) Shopping District. There are also world-class malls like the recently renovated "The Domain", a five-star shopping center in a great location.

There is also lively and diverse night life, including the world-famous Austin City Limits live music show on PBS. There are countless options for a night on the town, with award-winning restaurants such as Jasper's, with chef Kent Rathbun who with his brother Kevin defeated Iron Chef Bobby Flay in the season premiere, or the Driskill Grill with one of 2004's top ten pastry chefs A. Mark Chapman. There are also many clubs and bars to choose from, and you can pretty much always find live music somewhere in Austin, if you know where to look. If you're looking for family-friendly activities, you should check out the amphibious Duck Tours, or the always spooky Haunted Limo Tours.

If you're considering moving to Austin, I wouldn't blame you, as it's a fantastic and lively place to live. It is a city that blends the warmth and charm of Texas with its own upbeat, lively approach to life. You should request your copy of the free Austin relocation guide today, and start putting some of your apprehensions to rest.

Israel Gutierrez
Broker Associate, Realtor®, BPOR, GREEN
512/299-3809 Direct

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