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In April, I took a trip to Charleston for my first 30 Under 30 Mastermind.

First, let me tell you about my hotel in Charleston, because it was amazing. We stayed at the Spectator right off Market Street. When I arrived to check in, I was greeted by the staff, given a leather-bound key fob for my room, and introduced to my butler, Alexander.

I'm not kidding.

Alexander offered me a complimentary cocktail, and then escorted me up to my room. He then informed me that he was there to help with just about anything I might need. Their services included complimentary steaming and pressing, shoe cleaning and shining, luggage packing and unpacking, and small errands around town. Was there anything he could do for me at that moment?

At first I felt a

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leonid furmansky photography

Davey McEathron Architecture

Building or constructing a visually appealing home is one of the biggest achievements for most people. Professional builders and developers are the most reliable people you might first want to talk to. Discuss to your chosen Austin home builder about the design of the project you are aiming for in order to ensure that your vision turns into reality and construct you a durable and strong home that can also increase your ROI if you have plans on selling your home in the future.

One of Spyglass Realty's very own, Chris Affinito, started a building company called Urban ATX. He works closely with renowned architects such as Davey McEathron and architectural photographer Leonid Furmansky. Seeing the robust yet

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This is a mix of surveys from local real estate agents and lenders to determine whether we’re going to see a housing bust in Austin from its real estate bubble. This is the question we’re asked most about.  We also include notes from Angelos Angelou, the foremost economist in Austin.  

Before we start this Austin real estate market economic forecast breakdown, I want to point out that Texas, and especially Austin, are expected to be the among the first economies in the US to recover. Residential real estate is very resilient, and this is not a recession that was caused by factors in housing like we saw in the last one considering that Austin was said to be in a real estate market bubble.

It’s questionable if we will see much, if any, depreciation in

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