About half of Americans (48%) at the end of 2020 said that, if able to live anywhere they wished, they would choose a town (17%) or rural area (31%) rather than a city or suburb.
It may seem counterintuitive that a pandemic-fueled recession could lead to a bullish housing market. But a combination of trends has resulted in a buying frenzy that is changing the shape of the housing market.
Hiking along fields of bluebonnets, camping under the stars and splashing in Krause Springs are just a few of the many activities you can enjoy. There are so many reasons why the Texas Hill Country should be your home...
Whether the kids are grown and out of the house, or you’re just looking to make life a bit simpler, somewhat quieter and definitely easier to manage, downsizing your home is a great idea right now.
The allure of small-town living has catalyzed mass migration from places like New York and California to states like Texas and Florida as Americans grapple with daily life during the coronavirus pandemic.
“Shark Tank” investor Robert Herjavec said Thursday he believes the coronavirus pandemic has shifted attitudes about city living, altering the dynamics of the real estate market for years ahead...
Spicewood Trails is now featuring three custom home builders - Sierra Classic Homes, Coventry Homes, Magnolia Estate Homes & V•E Homes.
Each bringing unique aesthetics and architecture to Texas Hill Country!
Residents enjoy local events, and festivals while tasting their way through homemade BBQ, award-winning wineries, local breweries and more. The towns of Spicewood, Marble Falls and Bee Cave are all just a few miles from the doorsteps of the Spicewood Trails community!
Spicewood Trails provides central water to all lots throughout its 317-acre community! Water Scarcity is a real issue that many landowners face in the Texas Hill Country. However, land purchased in Spicewood Trails has direct access to public water with reliable, deep central wells to ensure quality water for all property owners.