We are Austin insiders. Let us guide you to “our” Austin – the native perspective from those who started life elsewhere in Texas; transplants from other (very different) parts of the country; we, who found home once we found Austin.
Visiting for the first time? Contact us and let us give you a few pointers (mostly, honestly, things to avoid. Time is precious and Austin is a big city.)
Visiting again to decide if you want to relocate? Give us a call and we’ll work with you to build a trip of important visits (house-hunting with a local real estate agent, finding the best school district for your family, where to find work) as well as some fun stuff designed to help you make that final leap (or not).
Newly relocated? Call us before you arrive, and we can help you transition into your new home or apartment so the first stop you make when you get to your new home city is your new home (and not the H-E-B). Also, call us if you need to know what (and where) the H-E-B is.
Our team understands Austin, one of the most popular and populated cities in the United States, inside and out, from every possible perspective. Let us help you navigate and enjoy this sprawling, sometimes challenging, ever-changing, magical Capital.
Austin, Texas sits on both sides of the Colorado River (not the same Colorado River as in Grand Canyon National Park) and is known for its beautiful man-made lakes.
The river originally posed a great flood danger and a dam system was planned to control it. Over the years, dams have been built to form seven reservoirs on the river; these lakes are known as Lady Bird Lake (Town Lake), Lake Austin, Lake Travis, Lake LBJ, Inks Lake, Buchanan Lake, and Lake Marble Falls. Collectively, the seven reservoirs are known as the Highland Lakes.
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