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Austin Area Under Wind Advisory

AUSTIN, TX — The Austin area is under a wind advisory until early Tuesday morning, weather officials said on Monday.

Southerly winds were gusting at between 15 miles per hour to 30 miles per hour on Monday, with gusts expected to reach up to 40 miles per hour, according to the National Weather Service...

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Siding Contractor In Austin, TX Releases New Website

Austin, May 2019 – Austin Siding Unlimited, a full-service siding contractor that services Austin, TX announced the redesign of their website: and the expansion of their products and services to all of Travis County and surrounding areas.

Austin Siding Unlimited focuses primarily on assisting homeowners, property owners, commercial la...

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BWW Review: COPENHAGEN Pontificates the Explosive Meeting of Atomic Minds in Austin, TX

The mission statement of Austin Playhouse is to "Provide opportunities for both Austinite performers and audiences to celebrate the human experience"...

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Real estate firm moving headquarters from Los Angeles to Austin

AUSTIN, Texas — Good news: more jobs are coming to Austin!

The Real Estate Exchange Inc. (REX), is moving its headquarters from Los Angeles to Austin, according to our partners at the Austin American-Statesman.

REX is a firm that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to buy and sell homes.


The firm’s CEO and Co-founder, Jack Ryan, who recently moved to Aus...

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Austin Ranks High For Commercial Real Estate Investment

A common sight in downtown Austin, construction cranes attest to brisk commercial construction activity. (Photo by Tony Cantú/Patch staff)

AUSTIN, TEXAS — Austin ranks among the nation’s top targets for commercial real estate investment, according to a new survey.

According to CBRE’s 2019 Americas Investor Intentions Survey of commercial real estate investors ranked the capital...

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Austin Fights Texas to Enforce Housing Protections

AUSTIN, Texas (CN) – The city of Austin claims in court that a Texas law unlawfully overrides its authority to enforce source-of-income protections barring discrimination against recipients of federal housing assistance.

The city sued Texas and Gov. Greg Abbott in Austin federal court on Tuesday, alleging violations of the U.S. Constitution’s Supremacy Clause.

Austin says that ...

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Study: Austin is third-fastest growing city in U.S.

AUSTIN, Texas — This year, KVUE is committed to covering stories about the explosive growth in Central Texas as part of our Boomtown 2040 series.

According to a new list from 24/7 Wall Street, the Austin-Round Rock area is collectively the third-fastest growing city in the country.

24/7 Wall Street said the area had a 22...

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Mary Mickel, Austin, TX, on Public Relations

When you’re looking to grow your business and your brand, Public Relations (PR) is an area on which you should always focus. Having a solid PR strategy is a great way to not only increase brand awareness but essentially build up your business to potentially increase customer base, sales, and revenue...

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Representative files 3 bills to address Texas affordability issues

AUSTIN, Texas — On Thursday, Texas Representative Eddie Rodriguez (D-Austin) filed three bills to "address the affordability crisis currently faced by residents of Texas cities and counties," according to the House of Representatives.

House Bill 2185 would update Austin’s Homestead Preservation District (HPD) bracket eligibility to account for the growth it has experience since...

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A Week In Austin, TX, On A $99,000 Joint Salary

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we’re tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We’re asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we’re tracking every last dollar.

Calling all entrepreneurs: We want to hear from you! If you’re a freelancer or self-employed, we’d love to feature your Money Diary...

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