“Keep Austin Weird.”  It’s a slogan often heard around this city in an effort to keep the small town feel, even though the city is growing at a rapid pace.  With a population over 850,000, the sleepy college town of a few decades ago has been transformed.  With a strong, diverse economy, Austin … [Read More]

Bee Cave

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Named for the colonies of Mexican honeybees that lived in the banks of Barton Creek and Little Barton Creek, Bee Cave is a city with a small population and small geographic footprint.  Located in western Travis County, Bee Cave is less than three square miles and a population last estimated at just … [Read More]

Cedar Park

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Located northwest of Austin, Cedar Park is a city with a population over 60,000.  It often shows up on lists of the country’s top suburbs.  Search for Cedar Park homes by price range or school, and read more about the city below: Starting as a single ranch in the mid-19th century, … [Read More]


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Located north of Austin, Georgetown is a growing town with more than 50,000 residents.  While well-known for retirement neighborhoods, Georgetown offers an array of lifestyles for residents of all ages. Take a moment to read more about the town below, and search for homes by school or … [Read More]


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Located along the south shore of Lake Travis in the scenic Texas Hill Country, Lakeway is a great place to enjoy the “lake lifestyle.”  The city has a population over 12,000 and lies within the acclaimed Lake Travis Independent School District – Lake Travis High School continually receives very high … [Read More]


Leander is a fast-growing city with a population over 30,000 located northwest of Austin.  A number of large master-planned communities are under construction or in the planning stages.  Search for Leander homes by price range or school, and read more about the city’s history and amenities … [Read More]


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Pflugerville unofficially depicts itself as being located between a Rock and a Weird Place since it is sandwiched between Round Rock and Austin (officially, it is “Where Quality Meets Life”).  With a population of over 50,000, Pflugerville is an extremely active suburb located just 14 miles … [Read More]

Round Rock

Round Rock is located directly north of Austin.  It is well-known as the world headquarters for Dell Computers, but there is much more to the city. Read on below to learn what else Round Rock has to offer: With a population today of over 100,000, Round Rock initially began as a small … [Read More]


City of Rollingwood Texas

Less than one square mile in area, Rollingwood is a small city just west of Austin.  It boasts some of the area’s most beautiful homes and has incredible access to some of the most popular destinations.  Rollingwood is served by Eanes Independent School District. Read on below to learn more, and … [Read More]

Steiner Ranch

With over 4,000 homes in Steiner Ranch, searching the available homes can be a bit overwhelming. I have set up a variety of different ways to search in Steiner Ranch - by neighborhood, price range, elementary school, and map.  A list of available lease homes can be found here. If you’d like to … [Read More]

West Lake Hills

The city of West Lake Hills is approximately 4 square miles in size.  It has about 1,000 homes and 200 businesses, with a population of just over 3,000. Search for homes in West Lake Hills here, and read more about the great draws of the town below. Search All Homes for Sale in West Lake … [Read More]

Large Neighborhoods

The Austin area has many large, master-planned communities.  They usually have at least five hundred homes, but many have several thousand.  Most have community pools, sport fields and courts, hiking & biking trails, and other popular features.  Use the links below to search some of Central … [Read More]