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Austin Property Managers (114)
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The Texas Property Manager- Thank you for your interest in The Texas Property Manager. We provide full service property management in Austin Texas and the surrounding areas. Our Austin property management experts are actua... View full company profile
Cedar Park, TX 78613
1836 Property Management- We are your local single source to locate, acquire, manage and succeed in your real estate investments. While property management is one of our areas of expertise we are actually acquisition spec... View full company profile
Austin, TX 78704
Hecht Real Estate Group- HRG is a full service Property Management company serving the I-35 corridor from Austin to San Antonio since 2005. We are dedicated to serving you and your real estate needs… let us be "Your L... View full company profile
International Real Estate- Everything we do is focused on helping maximize your investment. We can help you leverage your investments, show you how to maximize you retirement cash flow, give you passive income with turnkey... View full company profile
Round Rock, TX 78664
Casa Property Management- Casa Property Management prides itself on our tenant qualification process, resulting in extremely low vacancy and eviction rates. This allows us to maximize our client's investment returns. Casa... View full company profile
Cedar Park, TX 78613
Admor Property Management- When your property is managed with Admor PM, you are not assigned a property manager or other staff member. Instead, you'll work directly with Michael, the owner and broker. Having this point of ... View full company profile
Austin, TX 78730
All County Capital- Local property manager focused on maximizing your long-term investment. View full company profile
Austin, TX 78744
Image Property Management- When it comes to Austin rental properties, our team knows how to get you unbeatable results & keep you profitable over the long term. Clarity, Transparency, Accountability, and Success go into e... View full company profile
Austin, TX 78759
Ambassador Property Management- We believe a property manager’s role is far more complex than simply showing space, signing leases, and collecting rent. In reality, the property manager attempts to generate the greatest poss... View full company profile
Round Rock, TX 78664
Flat Fee Landlord- We manage rental homes throughout Austin and its surrounding areas for Landlords. Have your property rented FAST and for more MONEY! We'll find you a QUALIFIED tenant in 30 days or less, Guarante... View full company profile
Austin, TX 78750
NextDoor Property Management- NextDoor Property Management is your #1 choice for property management in San Antonio, Schertz, and the surrounding areas. Need to rent your property? Trust the local experts at NextDoor Property... View full company profile
Northpoint Asset Management- An Inc. 5000 Business! Single Family Homes & Condos & Apartments professional PROPERTY MANAGEMENT company with office locations throughout the United States; providing quality services for over a... View full company profile
Austin, TX 78752
HBH Management, LLC- Are you looking for a manager that cares for your properties as if they were their own? You just found one! HBH Management offers our clients superior service and value and we bundle leasing an... View full company profile
Round Rock, TX 78683-6862
Lifetime HOA Management- Premier HOA Management company locally owned and operated View full company profile
Austin Management Companies
If you have experience as a landlord or community board member, you've learned the importance of sound management practices for the continued health and competitiveness of your property or community. To make sure these responsibilities are properly carried out many Austin, TX landlords and HOA boards look to a full-time property manager for assistance. At ManageMyProperty.com, we can aid your evaluation process and help you make an smart determination about who to work with.
In case you're interested, here are some questions to ask when assessing your fit with a property management company. Provided you don't have experience with what most management agreements cover, you might want to read our overview of important clauses in property management contracts. The aim of this website is to give property owners the knowledge and tools they need to decide wisely about joining with a property management professional. We hope you find our Austin, TX directory and property management hiring guide useful!
Housing Market Stats
|Median Home Value||$175,700||$119,400||$192,400|
|Owner Costs > 30% Income||17%||13.4%||14.7%|
|Gross Rent > 30% Income||20.2%||19%||19.2%|
Austin, TX Housing Market Stats
As of 2008, the rental vacancy rate in Austin, TX stood at 7%, relatively low compared to the rest of the country. There are about 636,362 housing units, averaging $175,700 in value, 40% of which are occupied by renters. The rent to price ratio in Austin, TX is 0.5%, slightly lower than the Texas average. For 20% of Austin, TX tenants, 30% or more of their income goes to paying rent.
|Avg Commute Time (minutes)||25.4||24||25.3|
|Avg Household Size - Owners||2.86||2.95||2.7|
|Avg Household Size - Renters||2.38||2.57||2.42|
|Median Household Income||$57,973||$47,241||$52,175|
|Per Capita Income||$29,873||$24,447||$27,466|
Austin Demographic Info
Austin has a population of 1,590,744, comprised of 581,634 households, with on average 3 members per household. Out of approximately 876,751 people in the civilian workforce, 828,006 (94%) were employed in 2008. 86% of the population 25 and older has earned a high school diploma, with 38% holding a 4 year college degree.
Austin Community Info
Known as “The Live Music Capital of the World, Austin, Texas is a city renowned for its vibrant arts scene, and especially its music. More than 120 music venues exist in Austin, showcasing a wide range of music, from country to R&B, from newer emerging acts to national favorites. Every year, Austin holds the internationally acclaimed South by Southwest music festival, showcasing more than 400 bands live. Austin City Limits, one of the city’s newer annual festivals, draws more than 75,000 music enthusiasts.
Austin is one of the fastest-growing cities in the U.S. While the music market is vital to Austin, the technology & defense industries fuel the majority of Austin’s economy. Each year, thousands of college graduates are hired by Austin-based companies seeking employees with computer science and engineering backgrounds. The city’s high caliber of education is a major draw for businesses, with more than 83% of adults holding a high school diploma, and more than 25% having a bachelor’s degree. While the median age in Austin is low (29.6), the median household income is quite high (roughly $51,000 a year). The city of Austin is ethnically diverse, with more than 30% of the population being Hispanic or Latino, and more than 10% being African American.
With Colorado River running through it, in combination with its humid subtropical climate, Austin’s residents have the ability to enjoy the city’s numerous hiking and biking paths year round. Austin’s many public parks allow citizens a wide range of recreational activities, including kayaking, rock climbing, and swimming. Transportation in and around Austin is facilitated by the CMTA, while downtown Austin is served by trolleys called “’Dillos,” short for “Armadillo Express.” Foot traffic is heavy in Austin’s densely populated downtown, especially on streets housing the city’s live music clubs, as well as near the local colleges and universities. Most air traffic is controlled by the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.
Though the state of Texas has traditionally been politically conservative, Austin is widely regarded as a liberal city, with the majority of citizens in central Austin affiliating themselves with the Democratic Party. Elected officials in recent years have worked to renew Austin’s dedication to environmental awareness; Austin is currently known as one of the nation’s most eco-minded cities. The city has also garnered national acclaim for its purportedly low stress levels amongst its citizens, as well as its very low crime rate. Austin residents and city officials emphasize supporting independent, local businesses whenever possible.