If you are looking for a home on the water in the Central Texas area then give us a call to see what is available in Las Brisas! This great neighborhood is situated on beautiful Lake McQueeney and has private boat ramps for their residents. Las Brisas offers access to the Guadalupe River and Lake McQueeney!
The private park and marina for Las Brisas residents is a 3 acre island with picnic tables and benches sheltered by pecan trees and an abundance of shade and habitat for the local wildlife. The park also has a boat launch and a private marina.
Give us a call to see what homes are available for you today!
Do you love living on the water? Do you want to be close to everything from shopping and dining to water recreation and more?! Look no further than our beautiful Lake McQueeney and Guadalupe River!
The Guadalupe River is popular with water recreation enthusiasts including skiers, wakeboarder, kayakers and more! Some areas are even perfect for tubing.
Lake McQueeney was formed by a hydroelectric dam back in the 1920’s on the Guadalupe River. This location can be great for skiing, wake boarding, tubing, fishing and swimming! Because there are no public parks or free boat ramps on beautiful Lake McQueeney, boating traffic is limited.
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Close to 3,000 REALTORS® converged in Austin on March 26 to advocate for private property rights during REALTOR® Day at the Texas Capitol.
REALTORS® from every region of Texas had appointments with all 181 members of the Texas Legislature.
Every meeting was an opportunity to educate lawmakers on legislative priorities, such as property tax and school finance reform, ending forced municipal annexation, and supporting disaster relief and response.
Katie Clark and Melissa Trost were both there to advocate for private property rights and to protect our clients. If you have questions about the legislature and how these impact you – give us a call today!
New Survey: Buyers More Likely To Buy Existing Homes Vs. New Construction
Many people believe that when it comes to real estate, buyers want something brand new. But according to a recent report, the vast majority of buyers end up purchasing existing homes.
According to the New Construction Consumer Housing Trends Report 2018, only 38% of buyers in 2018 even considered purchasing new construction. And the percentage that ended up buying a brand new home? Only 11%.
If you’ve been thinking about selling your house, now is a great time to make a move. With 89% of buyers ultimately purchasing existing homes, your property is exactly what a huge portion of buyers are looking for.