If you're on this website, you are probably looking at buying some Austin real estate. First off, we're incredibly glad you came to the Pauly Presley blog for your research. Second, we know that you must feel pretty daunted about the journey ahead of you.
Moving is difficult. It's hard and there aren't many people that love to pack up their lives and relocate. We still do it and we still get unsettled anytime we're looking into a new city. That's why we wanted to dispel some myths around Austin. As Austin real estate experts, we know the pros and the cons and, by the end of this article, you should too.
1. I'm not going to live close to enough to my job.
In doing our research for this, we found that some people had this concern when they initially moved here. When they were looking for a house or apartment, this factored as a big, big worry. Especially factoring Austin traffic in to the equation, it's a legitimate concern. The trick is picking the right place in order to live. While you should absolutely be reading this blog, take the chance to call one of Pauly Presley's realtors. We're here to help you find a good, affordable place for you to live in. We sincerely want to make sure you're taken care of. If you're happy, that makes us happy.
2. Any good place is going to cost a lot of money.
Not true. There are great affordable apartments and houses located just outside the center of the city. This is also an issue that the friendly realtors of Pauly Presley can help you out with. We want to put you in a place that will not break your bank, but also make you feel at home. After all, Austin's your new home. Why not make a home in your new home?
3. Any place that's safe will NOT have anything fun to do.
Also not true. If you throw a rock into an Austin street, you'll probably hit something amazing just by accident. There are five Alamo Drafthouse theatres located in Austin. If you're looking for the best in movie going, the Drafthouse is it. What's even better is that you're probably not living far away from one. If movies aren't your thing, drive in any direction and you'll probably find a food trailer park. We know you want to live in a good part of Austin. The great thing about this city is that you don't have to sacrifice new experiences in order to sleep soundly at night.