Friday, August 29, 2008
The Hill Country ranchland on CR 282 at the south fork of the San Gabriel River will be used mostly for recreational purposes. The county will buy it for about $10.6 million from San Gabriel River Ranch Ltd.
Adkins & Associates Inc. represented the seller, while Sheets & Crossfield PC represented the county.
Thursday, August 14, 2008
Recently, the School Ratings and District Information was released. Thanks to Independence Title for putting together this great table showing all the stats for Liberty Hill ISD. Independence Title also has the information for all the other local School Districts. It can be viewed at their website which I have provided below. If you have never looked at their website, they have have so many resources available. They have information available about local schools, hike and bike trails, the Express Baseball schedule, plus so much more. If you are looking for a great resource for local information, check out their website. Chances are - you will find what you are looking for there!
To access all the other great items that are available through Independence Title, just visit their website at http://www.independencetitle.com/austin/ and choose the Customer Toolbox link on the left.
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
If you or anyone you know is interested in selling their home or property, please ask them to give Shin Oak Realty a call. We have been consistently selling the Central Texas Area and specifically the Liberty Hill area for well over 10 years! It takes a motivated and knowledgeable Realtor to get your home or property sold in this market - and we are the Realtors to do it!
P.S. The finest compliment we can receive is the referral of your friends, family and business associates.
Friday, August 8, 2008
Sunday, August 3, 2008
Houston ranked first, Austin second, San Antonio fifth and Dallas sixth.
Rounding out the list were Atlanta (tenth), Jacksonville, Fla. (ninth), San Francisco (eighth), Charlotte, NC (seventh), Philadelphia (fourth) and St. Louis (third).
Forbes examined the country's 40 largest metropolitan areas, culling vacancy and home price information from the U.S. Census Bureau and the National Association of Realtors.