Austin Realtor Ed Neuhaus
- Name:Ed Neuhuas
- Title:Broker/Owner, Real Estate investor.
- Favorite Sport:Sailing, Flying, Golf
- Favorite place to eat:any thing mexican
About Austin Realtor Ed Neuhaus
I moved to Austin in 2007 with my wife Lindsey. We live in what our friends like to call Super South Austin. The reason I became a Realtor was to help people with this transaction. I personally had a terrible experience selling my home in Nashville and I thought I could do it better. This is why I started Neuhaus Realty Group. When I am not in the office or showing houses you can find me on the golf course or at the UT Club for happy hour. Before I became a Realtor I was traveling with a little country band called Big and Rich. Most people like to call me a “Roadie” although technically I was the lighting designer. I like to call it the cool part of my life. Now I have shifted focus toward the helping other part of my life. Real estate sales are often a very emotional time for people and I like to bring calm to the picture. Speaking of pictures, check them out on Facebook.
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Everyone needs to protest their property tax so we can lower taxes for all. You maybe able to Efile. here is quick video on how to efile your protest. About Ed NeuhausBroker and founder of Neuhaus Realty Group. I started working in real estate as soon as I could push a lawnmower and help clean up investment properties for my parents. Investing in real estate has always been a passion and now I have turned that passion into a way to help others. Buying and selling homes for others is just one way I think I can make the world better.read more
Looking for an investment property in the Lake Travis ISD. Something that could cashflow on day one, and more importantly have a great return on investment. Well I found one that I think would be a good fit for a small investor. This is not my listing so I am leaving the address off, if you are interested in something like this check the link below for the details. Lake Travis Investment report click hear Market Value: $160,000 Purchase Price $ 140,000 Estimate rent $1,200 ROI after one year = north of 30% About Ed...read more
Showing properties 1 - 50 of 135. See more Real estate in the city of Wimberley. (all data current as of 5/24/2013) $312,000 : 101 Wimberley Oaks DR, Wimberley 3 beds, 2 full baths Home size: 1,830 sq ft Lot size: 4.80 ac Year built: 1992 Parking spots: 2 $89,900 : 19 DEERFIELD DR, 7, Wimberley 2 beds, 2 full, 1 part baths Home size: 1,407 sq ft Year built: 1984read more
Need space to roam? Check out the homes with the largest lots listed in Austin. Not only are these homes amazing, they are also located on the largest lots anywhere. Showing properties 1 - 25 of 500+. See more Real estate in the city of Austin. (all data current as of 5/24/2013) $425,000 : MLS # 9504588 in Austin 3 beds, 2 full baths Home size: 1,522 sq ft Lot size: 3,258.00 ac Year built: 1957 Parking spots:...read more
Austin-area home sales up 16 percent in March, spent 26 percent less time on market Austin Board of REALTORS® releases real estate statistics for March 2013 AUSTIN, Texas – April 18, 2013 – According to the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) report released today by the Austin Board of REALTORS® (ABoR), the volume of Austin-area home sales continues to rise as March became the 22nd straight month of sales volume increases—the most home sales in March since 2007. According to the report, 2,166 single-family homes were sold in the Austin...read more
Mortgage refinance is undoubtedly a popular option for many. Cash-out refinance is one among all the available options for mortgage refinance. In cash-out refinance, you get to extract the equity available in your property. So obviously the new mortgage loan will be greater than the previous loan. This refinance option generally helps people out when an urgent need for money arrives. Cash-out refinance is often considered to be the alternative to home equity loan. If you’ve considerable amount of equity in your property, then you may easily...read more
One of the biggest purchases a realtor makes is their camera. A good camera can make or break your listing. High quality photos are the most important thing for your listing right now. Having a good quality camera is one of the best ways to insure that you take good photos every time. We have reviewed dozens of cameras with the help of DPreview.com and have come up with a list of the top 4 Cameras for realtors. Below is a little about each camera to help you make up your mind. A few quick things to remember when purchasing a camera....read more
Purchasing a home is a big investment that you make in your lifetime. But, once you become the owner, you’ll have to spend more for maintaining your property. When you buy home, you may require investing in renovation particularly, if the home has been vacant for a long period of time. Thus, renovation mortgage proves to be of great help for the homeowners who wish to buy their own home. With the newly released Fannie Mae HomePath renovation mortgage, several people are asking as to which is better the HomePath renovation mortgage or the...read more
Every year about this time the local tax appraisal districts send out there notice of appraised value. These notices also come with the opportunity to protest your property tax. Just about everyone I know want to pay less in property tax, and one way to effect what you pay is to fight the appraised value. Fighting the appraised value is much easier that you might think. A simple step by step approach is needed for the best out come. How to start protesting your taxes Once you receive you appraised value you should contact your local...read more
Austin-area home sales up 26 percent in February, median price up seven percent Austin Board of REALTORS® releases real estate statistics for February 2013 AUSTIN, Texas – March 20, 2013 – The Austin real estate market continued to gain steam in February, according to the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) report released today by the Austin Board of REALTORS® (ABoR). As cited in the report, the volume of home sales in Austin outpaced last year significantly and the price for Austin-area homes continued to rise. According to the...read more