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after the storm.

Triple digit temperatures? No big deal. But Texans don't do FREEZING. Last week's winter storm brought the coldest weather Austin has seen in over 30 years. Power and water outages left many of us shivering in the dark, longing for heat and running water. The good news is our city is recovering. Our team at SEED has found ways to help our neighbors and resources for those in need. We also have news about the wild housing market. Read on for the latest in Austin real estate and Austin living. 

Austin Area Market Stats

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Whether you're browsing the possibilities or ready for a private (or virtual) tour, we've got some incredible homes fit for every taste. Check out our newest listings here.

2921 East 16th Street, Unit 2
2 Bed | 2.5 Bath | 930 Sq Ft | $485,000 

Real Estate in the News

What to Expect From the Housing Market in 2021

Extended time at home is shaping how people live every day, as well as what they want from their home and where they want to live well beyond this current season. 

In 2021, here are a few trends shaping up for the housing market: 

Interest rates are expected to remain low but increase gradually. 

Average home prices will rise. 

Home inventory will remain low, despite plenty of new construction. 

Here's what experts are predicting for buyers, sellers, renters, and new construction in 2021.

Read more by U.S. News

How to Help or Be Helped

This article from Austin American Statesman provides several resources for those who are still without power or water - and information about how the rest of us can lend a helping hand - in the aftermath of last week's winter storm:

Lifestyle Tips & Tricks

11 Common Kitchen Design Mistakes to Avoid, 

According to Top Designers

As kitchens become more integrated into our homes and our daily routines, your cook space should reflect your personal style, whether you prefer all-white kitchens, kitchens with color, modern kitchens, or even a small kitchen. 

Veranda asked designers and architects from around the country to share the biggest kitchen design mistakes to avoid. These tips will help you explore your personal design aesthetic in the kitchen as well as the smallest accents are to your liking. 

Every 2021 Color of The Year

Pantone is the latest to reveal its prediction for the 2021 color of the year. See which shades you can expect to see in the coming year from some of the biggest names in paint. See the top shades Better Homes & Garden's know of so far. 

Courtesy of Better Homes & Gardens
HGTV's Take on The Biggest Home Design Trends for 2021

After a year that guided many of us to spend more time at home, the new year is an opportunity to bring comfort and creativity to our living spaces. From calming Zen room ideas to stylish (and smart) approaches to home office design, HGTV is predicting 15 of the biggest interior design trends for 2021.

 Spring is just around the corner, and new seasons often call for new surroundings. If updating paint colors and bedding is not enough, maybe it's time to upgrade your living space by finding a new home altogether! Our team is always ready to help you find the best fit. 

Realtor® | SEED Property Group



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