Jun 27th 2007 3:39AM Does anyone know the history on this. Who fixed it up?
Jun 27th 2007 3:34AM I need to start saving money in my piggy bank. I like the house ok. What seems most appealing is that it is a large lot with decent views. Its seems these are pretty rare for Austin Real Estate. Their are alot of places with lake views and alot of large lots but I rarely find both.
Jun 24th 2007 9:37PM I didnt realize any of the condos how such long time horizons. Alot of people are wondering about whether overbuilding will hurt the condo market. Apparently these developers have some confidence in the long term stability of the market.
An interesting side note this should be a boon to local artists if they are going to have original artwork in each room.
Jun 24th 2007 9:04PM I cant decide if I like this or not. On one hand I like the idea of having more density downtown. On the other this seems a little wierd for Austin. I dont mind Austin growing but it would be nice if Austin keep its local flavor.
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Oct 25th 2006 4:36AM I think it not that SUV rentals are just down 1 percent. At the same compact car rentals are up 7.8 percent and mid-size vehicles are up 9.6 percent. If the other cars showed no change and SUV went down 1 percent this would be a smaller overall change. The important thing to look at is market share.
Oct 25th 2006 4:17AM There seems to be alot of anti hybrid feelings out there which I find interesting. First people said it takes 5 years to pay back the extra cost of the hybrid. As far as investments go taking 5 years to get your money back is not to bad. It seems this argument is given less and less. In its place now there is an argument that hybrids dont have a positive environmental benefit because its expensive to make the materials. This seems a little silly. I think there is something else that is underlying the anti hybrid fevor.