Keep Austin Weird Homes Sells Another Southwest Austin Home

Keep Austin Weird Homes Sells Another Southwest Austin Home


Keep Austin Weird Homes just sold another home in Southwest Austin. Keep Austin Weird Homes is excited to get another Southwest Austin home sold.

Austin May 29, 2014 - Keep Austin Weird Homes

Keep Austin Weird Homes, an Austin real estate brokerage, has sold another house in Austin. This Austin home sold for $369,500. This is almost $80,000 than the price the current owner bought it for in 2011.

The 2 story home is located in the Austin subdivision of Village of Western Oaks. The home has 2 beds, 3 ½ baths, and approximately 2,857 square feet. The property has a lot size of .179 acres and was built in 2000. Students who live at this school attend the Austin schools of Mills, Gorzycki and Bowie.

This home is located in Austin's zip code of 78749. The number of active listings in this area of Austin have decreased in April by 10% from the previous year and the number of sales in April was 49, a 33.8% drop from April 2013, reflecting the inventory shortage in Austin. The median number of days active properties have been listed for sale in this area of Southwest Austin is just 15. This is significantly shorter than the national average.

Keep Austin Weird Homes represented the buyers of this property, who were enthusiastic in finding this home before it went on the MLS. Due to her extensive knowledge of the Southwest Austin community, Theresa Bastian was able to negotiate with the listing agent to accept the buyer’s offer before the property hit the open market, which typically results in multiple offers.

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Theresa Bastian and Rodney Campbell run an Austin, TX real estate brokerage established with the intention of doing good business with good people.  As Austin real estate market experts, Theresa and Rodney can help you buy, sell, lease or invest in real estate in and around Austin, TX.


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