There’s more to Austin, Texas than bat colonies and live music; check out these 10 master planned communities that offer everything from urban living to natural retreats.
Looking for the Austin experience without the crowded city? Familiarize yourself with Peninsula at Plum Creek in Kyle, Texas.
Rim Rock master planned community in Driftwood, Texas is surrounded by the gorgeous Texas Hill Country, but is still a convenient distance from the state capital. Learn more about all this community has to offer.
Embrace luxury living in Serene Hills, a master planned community in Lakeway, Texas that combines the beauty of the Hill Country with modern living.
Want to move to one of the most family-friendly cities in Texas? Check out Mason Hills, a master planned community in Leander.
Want to know more about the costs associated with a manufactured home? Check out this article that breaks down how they’re calculated and how they can be negotiated.
Learn more about SaddleCreek, one of the most popular and beautiful communities in the greater Austin, Texas area.
Learn about Easton Park, a master plan community just south of downtown Austin that opened in 2018. Trust us, you don’t want to pass this community up!
Mueller Master Plan Community in Austin, Texas is designed with the 21st century homeowner in mind. Learn more about why you should consider building in Mueller.
Curious about log home living? Here are seven important things to know about the lifestyle before you begin constructing your custom log home.
Planning to move and wondering how to find a good school? Our school guide shows you how to find a good school district in any state.
Sunfield Master Community is located in Buda, Texas, one of the fastest growing cities in the state. Learn more about what the community has to offer.
Learn the difference between buying and building a new construction townhome and a new built single family house, and find out which is right for you.
Thinking about a tiny house on wheels? We dive into the the benefits and drawbacks to keep in mind when making your decision.
One of the most popular master planned communities in the Austin area is Travisso, located in Leander. Learn about all the community has to offer.
With resort-style amenities and homes customized to your needs, learn why Sun City is one of the most popular active adult communities in Texas.
Confused about modular homes? We break down exactly what they are, as well as the advantages and drawbacks of purchasing them.
TV can be a great source of inspiration for tiny living, but a lot isn’t shown on screen. Here are six shows to dive into, and what to keep in mind while you’re watching.
Sifting through the legalities surrounding tiny homes can be confusing; read more here to learn how to tell fact from fiction.
Siena, a master plan community 30 minutes from downtown Austin, is highly popular among new homeowners. Read more to find out why.
Thinking about retirement, and wondering if you can go tiny? Read this article to see if retiring to a tiny house is right for you.
There are many reasons to love living in a condo. From convenience to community to value, find out why my family finds condo life ideal!
Are you interested in a small home, but can’t stomach a tiny house? We’ve got three small home options that still give you enough room to live comfortably.
Knowledge is power. Find out what you need to know before buying a new house so you can avoid common mistakes and find a great home.
One of the largest generations in US history is pretty fond of the benefits of tiny living; read this article to find out why.
Trying to decide which tiny community is the right fit for you? Here are five states that are tiny-home friendly for you to consider.
How long does it take to build a manufactured home? Learn how soon you can live in your new home and what affects the building timeline.
Learn the difference between manufactured and modular homes, and find out which type of prefab housing is right for you.
Townhomes and condos are a great option to consider when you’re looking to move up. Read more to find out why.
Not all baby boomers want to downsize when they retire. Learn why you might want to upsize when you start your golden years.