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Happy April! The month is warming up so stay cool and share the updates by sharing this newsletter with your lovely friends and family! 

If you have questions about how our local market affects the sale of your home or your home purchase, reach out to us anytime! We're always here for you!

Now, let's share what you can expect in this month's issue:
  • We Are Not In A Housing Bubble
  • HOPE Outdoor Gallery Coming to Austin
  • Leander Candidates for Mayor
  • 13 Things to Throw Away Right Now
  • Austin Ranks #13 in 50 Most Competitive Housing
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If you have questions, reach out anytime – we're always here for you. Or, If you hear of anyone who needs a caring, competent real estate professional, we'd be honored to earn your endorsement. 

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Our Mallach & Company virtual office is open, and we're blessed to be busy!

While we're working virtually, we're still delivering the highest level of client service to our buyers, sellers, and investors. Each and every person needs a place to call home, and our mission is to make sure that we're serving you and our community by ensuring that the home buying and home selling processes are seamless and stress-free.

🙏 As a small business owner, we're also praying for all of our other small business owners as we work together to make the world a better place. 🙏

➡️ If you have a real estate question, or if we can help in any way, Mallach & Company is here for you: (512) 699-9714 or Tina@MallachandCompany.com.
If you're looking to make a move this spring, we've got several NEW LISTINGS that are about to hit the market! Already High Lonesome and Indian Springs are pending. Want a sneak peek? Contact us TODAY! Stay tuned for more Mallach coming soons!!
We Are Not In A Housing Bubble
Experts have agreed that Austin’s super housing market will remain high for several years. Austin Business Journals interviewed several economic and residential real estate experts. Here’s what they found:
  • A bursting bubble means demand goes away, but with Austin’s job growth always increasing, it’s unlikely to see the bubble bursting.
  • Experts agree that the chance of a $900,000 dropping to a $350,000 value won’t happen in Austin.
  • The recessions combined with the global public crisis in 2020 increased prices. This is similar to the past 2 recessions because people seek a safe, less expensive area like Austin during an economic downturn. 
  • Experts say high appreciation is not sustainable long term, but double-digit increases are expected for the foreseeable future, like the next two years at least. 
  • The biggest reason for rising prices is supply and demand. The last time the Austin area had a healthy six months of inventory was ten years ago, in June of 2011. 

Photo credit to the article. Read it here for a full analysis. 
We LOVE helping people who are new to the area settle in quickly and easily! Contact us today, and we'll share our digital Relocation Package designed to make a transition smooth!
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HOPE Outdoor Gallery is a large public art project tied to Shepard Fairey, and it’s coming near the Austin airport this summer. The completed outdoor gallery will have almost 18 acres off Dalton Lane near Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. Its purpose: an open-air cultural events center, art park, and technology gallery. It will be the largest earthen-built structure in Texas history! 

Ecological elements like solar panels, rainwater-collection stations, 3D-printed garbage cans, and a bee apiary will also be on site. The area will also include a curated mural gallery, practice paint walls, interactive installations, and creative technology components. 

Photo credit to the article. Read it here for all the details. 
We can help, and homes are still selling! The first step is to set up a virtual consultation to learn more about YOUR needs, wants, and vision.
Contact us today to get started:
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Leander Candidates for Mayor
Mayor Troy Hill, and Place 4 Council Member, Christine Sederquist, are running for the mayoral seat. Hill was elected mayor in 2018 with 61.9% of the votes. 

Hill has been the mayor for three years, been a part of the City Council for three years, a board member for Capital Metro for a year and a half, and the Economic Development Committee. Sederquist’s occupation is as a digital marketer. Her experience is being on the Leander City Council since 2018, being a part of the Capital Area Council of Governments Executive Committee/Emergency Communications District Board of Managers since 2019, and also part of the Capital Area Economic Development District since 2019. 

Community Impact spoke with each candidate and asked them:
  1. Why are you the best candidate for this seat?
  2. How will you help Leander recover from the effects of COVID-19 and the Texas winter storms?
  3. What does the city need to do to fix its water issues and prevent further problems?

Read their answers in the article here.  
If you bought property last year, then be on the lookout for our Homestead Exemption email! This email will explain how filing for a Homestead Exemption will save you money on your property taxes and how to file in your county. Look for us in your inbox soon!
13 Things to Throw Away Right Now
Minimalism has been a popular trend that’s on the rise. Here’s how to eliminate things to make room for what matters most: 
  1. Anything that doesn’t add value 
  2. Just-in-case items
  3. Photos and papers
  4. Actual trash 
  5. Damaged items
  6. Extras/duplicates
  7. Stuff you never use
  8. An abandoned hobby
  9. Items from a past phase
  10. Anything expired
  11. Things that bring up bad memories
  12. Clothes that don’t fit
  13. Digital clutter
Read the article here for a how-to. 
Austin Ranks #13 in 50 Most Competitive Housing
LendingTree ranked 50 of the largest metro areas by their housing market competitiveness. Austin tied at 13 with Detroit. The average down payment is almost 20%. Buyers who had a credit score of 720 or higher were 66%, and buyers who shopped around for a mortgage were almost 64%. 

If you need help moving in this fast market, contact me today! 
 
We have a list of professionals, including contractors, inspectors, home maintenance providers, and more! Contact us anytime:
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If you're looking to make a move this spring, we've got several NEW LISTINGS that are about to hit the market! Already High Lonesome and Indian Springs are pending. Want a sneak peek? Contact us TODAY! Stay tuned for more Mallach coming soons!!
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How Can We Help YOUR 2020 Commercial Real Estate Needs?
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