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@dromar.eth
Any help appreciated on this. What areas are good to look into for a move to Austin? Planning on settling down, good schools and vibe. Decent houses. We like Leander/Cedar Park and West Lake Hills. Open to all ideas!
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@quixado
When we moved here from NYC, we rented a year and spent almost every weekend brunching and touring different areas around Austin until we found the right area/school/house fit. Depending on your situation, might be worth getting boots on the ground and feel out the areas first before buying. HtH.
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Westlake is as turn-key as it gets if you're into that and can afford a house there
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@quixado
Depends on a number of things like if you have a commute to downtown for work, activities your family are into, etc. 🚌 Leader/CP is good and growing area. Lived there for about a year. WLH are probably the best schools, but is a big $$ area, so depends on budget and you feel about school with trust fund kiddos.
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I'm in SW Austin and Dripping Springs IISD. Great schools, country-burb vibe, but close to downtown. AISD is terrible. Avoid. Round Rock/Gtown: Great schools, but IMHO lame vibe. Apple and Dell are up there. SE Austin is blowing up from Tesla: Taylor, Manor, Bastrop might be worth a look depending on commute.
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