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Agreed. Although, they built (and are still building) toll roads around Austin to alleviate a lot of the congestion on the arterial byways. I've taken the toll roads many times, and it is a welcome (albeit, costly) relief.Austin is a grown up college town. Downtown is dominated by a huge campus with around 50 thousand students and the state capitol with hundreds of politicians & their staff. The politicians make the college kids look grown up . Austin has lots of green space & beautiful parks & interesting places; it also has worse traffic than Houston or Dallas just on a smaller scale. The problem with Austin's traffic has been building for years as they just don't have enough roads and too many people passing through on the main Hwy 35.
Itâ€™s been awhile but we have owned real estate in Fort Worth and Austin. Fort Worth at that time appreciated at a moderate rate about 10% annual, Austin appreciated quickly we doubled our money in less than 3 years. I have never owned or studied the market in Houston but it I know it has certain areas of the city that are very well off.
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