Originally a buffalo-hunting ground favored by Tonkawa Indians, Austin was permanently settled in 1838 as a trading post. The Austin-Round Rock Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) is now part of the I-35 growth corridor in the heart of Texas. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the Austin MSA experienced the largest increase in income in the state and was one of the country's fastest-growing cities during the 1990s, growing by nearly 48 percent.
Austin, the capital of Texas, is home to the University of Texas, the largest university in the nation. The city supports a politically charged and culturally rich environment. The Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University offers a free report on real estate performance projections for the Austin-Round Rock MSA. This is great reading to help you understand the great real estate potential in our general area.
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