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Realtors work tomeet demand of homebuyers

INVENTORY CHALLENGES

The number of months of inventory has remained low in the past year in Buda, Kyle and San Marcos. The months of inventory equals active listings during a certain period divided by the number of homes sold or pending during the same period.

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Supply is low and demand is high when it comes to real estate in Hays County, especially near the I-35 corridor, where hundreds of houses are being built to satisfy the need. U.S. Census Bureau numbers show the demand as the population increases in San Marcos, Kyle and Buda is a major component in driving the number of residents to an estimated 230,000 in the county. “We are selling houses with multiple oers the rst day they go on the market,” said Allison Paum, a Realtor with the Hays Home Team at Keller Williams Realty and a resi- dent of Kyle. “Interest rates are unheard of, so we have been busy.” At the same time, low inventory has been an issue in Hays County. Paum said sales have been a good mix of newly built and existing homes, but Buda inventory is down 38% from May 2019 numbers and down 24% in Kyle. San Mar- cos shows a slight gain in inventory year over year, but local Realtors said the closer to Austin, the hotter the market. Paum said multiple oers on existing homes often drive buyers in the area to new construction, and dozens of builders are answering the call between San Marcos and South Austin. The coronavirus has also caused buyers to look for dierent CONTINUED ON 28

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Hundreds of new homes are being built in San Marcos, Kyle and Buda. (Evelin Garcia/Community Impact Newspaper) SOURCE: AUSTIN BOARD OF REALTORSCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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HOTEL TAX REVENUE DECLINES Buda, Kyle and San Marcos are projected to have more than a 40% shortfall in hotel occupancy tax revenue for scal year 2019-20.

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FROMVICKI: July is here, which means it is time for our annual Real Estate Edition. In our newspaper this month you will nd things you will need to know about local real estate and home improvement. As we continue to spend more time in our homes, why not use this time to make the improvements or upgrades you have been putting o? Our homes are not only our oasis these days, but now they are also our work places, classrooms and child care centers. Our dining feature this month is a wonderful place in Buda called Beijing Bistro. If you are in the mood for great Chinese food takeout, the great team at Beijing Bistro can help you out. Our business feature is about Green Guy Recycling, a company in San Marcos that provides an important service. Now, more than ever, we should all do our part to reduce waste. I hope you are wearing your masks and maintaining the recommended social distancing so we can all stay healthy. As always we kindly urge you to support the advertisers you see here in our paper. Because of them you get hyperlocal news and information, absolutely free, delivered directly to your mailbox. Happy summer! Vicki Hayes, GENERALMANAGER

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6 Footwear retailer Red Wing Shoes will open a location at The Lyn- don, 200 Springtown Way, Ste. 118, San Marcos. The footwear store selling spe- cialty shoes for working and hunting as well as general leather shoes and goods was projected to open April 1, but now it will open in late 2020. 800-733-9464. www.stores.redwing.com RELOCATIONS 7 Galaxy Bicycles , a local bike shop that recently changed its name from The Hub Cyclery, relocated to 500 S. Guada- lupe St., San Marcos, in February from 704 W. Hopkins St., San Marcos. The bike shop oers new and used bicycles, com- ponents, accessories, tune-ups, repairs, custom builds and more. 512-392-3320. www.galaxy.bike ANNIVERSARIES 8 Bill Miller Bar-B-Q celebrated its one-year anniversary June 4 at its rst-ever San Marcos restaurant at 3928 I-35, near Centerpoint Road. The barbe- cue eatery is open daily from 6 a.m.-9 p.m., and the drive-thru is open until 9:30 p.m. The barbecue chain was founded in San Antonio in 1953. It now operates more than 70 locations in places such as Austin, Corpus Christi and more. 512-661-4855. www.billmillerbbq.com 9 North Street , owned by the same restaurateurs who own Zelicks Icehouse, Dos Gatos and Pie Society, located at 216 North St. directly behind Zelicks Icehouse, celebrated its one-year anni- versary May 31. North Street oers Indian

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NOWOPEN 1 Fat Shack , the franchise specializ- ing in burgers, sandwiches and wings, opened July 6 at 350 N. Guadalupe St., San Marcos. The burger joint announced through its ocial website the launch of its new location in December 2019. 512-667-9380. www.fatshack.com 2 Razor &Whiskey Barbershop , a local barbershop at 118 W. San Antonio St., San Marcos, opened May 29. The barbershop specializes in traditional and modern haircuts. The barbershop oers a compli- mentary glass of whiskey when receiving

a traditional service that includes hot towel shaves and beard trims. 512-214-0859. www.razorandwhiskey.com 3 Cheatham Street Flats , a student apartment complex located at 401 S. Guadalupe St., San Marcos, opened May 1. The complex features furnished apartment units, a variety of oor plans, a tness center and outdoor lounging areas. 404-457-2236. www.cheathamstreetats.com COMING SOON 4 Hotworx , a virtually instructed tness center that combines infrared heat

with exercise, will open at The Lyndon apartment complex, 200 Springtown Way, Ste. 116, San Marcos, in July. It will oer 24-hour access to Pilates, yoga, cycling and more. 512-553-5758. www.hotworx.net 5 Putt Pub , a new miniature golf course with a Central Texas-inspired theme located at 307 S. LBJ Drive, San Marcos, is projected to open at the end of July. The miniature golf course will feature a bar, food trucks and games. Putt Pub will have social distancing measures in place once it opens, according to sta. 512-222-9838. www.facebook.com/puttpub

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cuisine, Indian-inuenced bar-style food, 28 draft beers, wine, coee and espresso. 512-667-7094. www.northsmtx.com 10 Stellar Coee Co. , a coee shop, celebrated one year of business at 232 N. LBJ Drive, Ste. 101, on June 28. The coee shop relocated to its LBJ Drive lo- cation last year. The coee shop initially opened in 2013 as Stellar Cafe. Stellar Coee Co. serves handcrafted specialty espresso and coee drinks. 512-757-8569. www.stellarcoeecotx.com 11 Zaxby’s , the fast-casual restaurant featuring prepared-to-order chicken n- gers, wings, sandwiches and salads, cel- ebrated its ve-year anniversary June 8. The restaurant chain’s location at 4002 S. I-35, San Marcos, oers customers the option of dining in while also providing drive-thru services. 512-805-6000. www.zaxbys.com. SCHOOL NOTES 12 The Austin Board of Realtors Foundation announced June 29 that two students—Emoni Patino and Katelin Cameron—from San Marcos High School , 2601 Rattler Road, San Marcos, were recipients of its higher education schol- arships. The ABoR Foundation recently awarded 32 local high school seniors and college students $62,000 in scholar- ships. “While the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we operate, we haven’t let that stop us from celebrating some of the best and brightest young minds in Central Texas,” ABoR Founda-

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FEATURED IMPACT COMING SOON The signs are installed for a new Target store at 101 Concho St., near the Texas State University campus in San Marcos. According to Target, which is based in Minneapolis, the new 18,000-square- foot store will be part of the Aspire San Marcos high-rise apartments, which will serve as o-campus housing for students. The apartment complex rst proposed in 2008 as a three-story building will feature retail space, oces, a parking garage and a total of 585 bedrooms that will be fully furnished. The complex will oer studios and two-, four-, and ve-bedroom apartments as well as 13th-oor penthouse units. The new building will potentially attract 800 new shoppers, diners and general consumers as full-time residents of downtown San Marcos with adequate on-site parking provided, according to ocials.

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The Target store is on the rst level and includes parking for customers. Target has another store at Stonecreek Crossing, 700 Barnes Drive, San Marcos. According to Aspire San Marcos, mural artwork will begin this month on the pool deck, and garage striping and sidewalks will be completed. The construction update on the corporate site said scaolding will be removed in July. Leasing oces will be on-site, and furniture will be installed.

13 Texas State University , located at 601 University Drive, San Marcos, an- nounced in June that face masks will be required for its second summer session and fall semester. Face masks will be re- quired indoors and outdoors on all of the university’s campuses unless individuals are alone. According to the university’s website, 35,000 reusable face coverings have been ordered for employees who do not have one. In addition, noncom- pliance with face-covering requirements will be handled through the existing employee and faculty discipline and student judicial processes. 512-245-2111.

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14 Fuschak’s Pit Bar-B-Q , a staple barbecue joint that was open for more than 50 years at 1701 I-35, San Marcos, announced it has permanently closed. A family member of the barbecue joint announced the restaurant’s closure on social media in early June.

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RELOCATIONS 6 Amici Cucina Italiana spent its last day at 400 Main St. as a food truck and will move with other food trucks to 408 Main St., Buda, across from the new city park. The business, which opened July 3, oers Italian food, including appetizers, pasta, salads, lasagna and desserts. 737-239-3582. www.amicitx.com 7 A Snowball’s Chance opened July 3 at a new location, 408 Main St., Buda, moving from 400 Main St. The food trailer oers creative shaved ice snow cones with dozens of avors and toppings. Other food trailers will be at the lot across from the new Buda city park. 512-648-1773. www.thesnowballschance.com ANNIVERSARIES 8 GNC , at 640 Old San Antonio Road, Ste. 8, Buda, celebrates its ve-year anniversary July 22. The store oers vitamins and sports nutrition products. Memberships are available, and mem- bers receive discounts on products. 512-295-1950. www.gnc.com 9 The primary care and multispecialty clinic at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center-Buda celebrates its one-year anniversary Aug. 5. The medical campus at 5330 Overpass Road also includes a full-service hospital, which opened in the fall of 2019. 737-999-6600. www.bswheath.com/locations/clinic-buda 10 Budaful Eyes will celebrate its one- year anniversary Aug. 16. The optometry business, at 15550 S. I-35, Ste. 107, Buda, oers a full range of eye care services, exams, contacts and glasses. 512-598-5981. www.budafuleyes.com

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NOWOPEN 1 Texas State Optical-Buda opened June 1 at 1245 Main St., Ste. 330, Buda. The optometry business oers eye exams, personalized optical and medical eye care services, eyeglasses, contacts

another location in Wimberley, Los Olivos Market oers a variety of ne wines; spe- cialty foods; gifts; daily wine tasting; and dine-in, takeout and curbside. 512-523-8222. www.losolivosmarkets.com 3 Venice Nail Spa , 1245 Main St., Buda, opened July 1. The business oers manicures, pedicures, nail enhancement, facials and waxing. 512-361-0425. www.venicenailspatx.com 4 Tea2Go TeaNergy Kyle opened at

22420 I-35, Kyle, on June 19. The tea room and health food store oers more than 120 avors of loose leaf teas, in- cluding white tea, black tea, green tea, oolong tea and chai tea. www.tea2go.us 5 Quality Denture and Implant Center opened May 22 at 21511 I-35, Ste. 103, Kyle. Services include dental implants, dentures, dental extractions and seda- tion dentistry. 512-256-7575. www.myqdic.com

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As hundreds of new cases of coro- navirus were identied by the Hays County Local Health Department, businesses worked to open and stay open during June and into July. As of June 1, as Gov. Greg Abbott’s phased opening plan continued after Memorial Day weekend, Hays County had 152 active cases and 196 who had recovered. On July 2, the county had 2,549 active cases and 494 who recovered. The county has had seven deaths as of July 2. The rise in cases, according to county epidemiologist Eric Schnei- der, came fromMemorial Day gatherings, bars reopening and large gatherings of people oating the local rivers. Hays County Judge Ruben Becerra implemented a face covering mandate in June, followed by park closings and changes at municipal buildings with public access.

On July 2, Abbott made face coverings mandatory for all Texas counties with more than 20 cases. Those with fewer cases can opt out. Abbott also rolled back dining occupancy to 50%. Dozens of businesses, restaurants in particular, opened through the phases of 25% total occupancy to 50% and eventually 75% in June, only to close down because employees were exposed to coronavirus. Among those, Grins Restaurant closed for 15 days in June after positive cases were found among employees. Owner Paul Sutphen said the restaurant took all the safety precau- tions it could for employees and customers, but it was not enough. Sutphen said he sought advice from the county health department to open safely again June 23.

A new Amazon service center will open in Buda by the end of the year.

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FEATURED IMPACT COMING SOON An Amazon delivery station will open at 2956 Main St., Buda. The project was announced by the Buda Economic Development Corp. on June 11 and plans to open this year. “We are proud that Amazon selected Buda, bringing hundreds of good- paying jobs and opportunities for Buda residents,” said Jennifer Storm, Buda EDC board of directors president. Amazon is leasing a 305,000-square- foot facility and is expected to be in operation by the end of the year. The new delivery station will create hundreds of full-time jobs and power

job opportunities for hundreds of small businesses and independent contractors in Buda, according to the Buda EDC. Delivery stations help Amazon Logistics to supplement capacity and exibility to Amazon’s delivery capabilities. “The Buda EDC stands ready to help businesses, big or small, locate or expand in Buda,” Storm said.

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4 Windy Hill Road in Kyle The $3.4 million project partially paid for with a $1.8 million award from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development will include road widen- ing, drainage improvements, adding a turn lane, installing safety lighting and constructing sidewalks in this area prone to flooding from Cherrywood to Purple Martin Avenue. Timeline: spring 2021

included addition of 5-foot sidewalks. Timeline: September 2018-June 2020

around the project continue. Timeline: February 2019-August 2020

1 CM Allen Parkway in San Marcos The $2.8 million project that started in August 2018 is nearing completion. It included reconstructing the roadway, adding a 12-foot multiuse pathway from Hopkins Street to Dog Beach on River- side Drive; and addressed storm runoff, cleaning it with four bio-retention areas that include filtration to clean water prior to storm water entering the San Marcos River. Timeline: August 2018-June 2020

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3 Victory Gardens subdivision in San Marcos Street work continued through June on Alabama, Georgia, Arizona and Virginia streets. The $8.2 million project will improve localized street flooding, street smoothness, overall sidewalk connectivi- ty and the water/wastewater systems. Timeline: 2018-fall 2020

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EDUCATION BRIEFS

News from Hays & San Marcos CISDs

Hays CISDupping teachers’ pay

District passes budget of nearly $250Mfor 2020-21

The 2020-21 Hays CISD school year budget by the numbers:

BY JOE WARNER

who started in 2019-20 will make $48,142 with a bachelor’s degree, while a teacher with 10 years of experience and a bachelor’s degree will make $55,494. Midpoint means 2% comes at 20 years of experience, and that dollar amount is applied for all experience and education levels for teachers. It is an increase of $1,204 for teachers.

HAYS CISD Salary increases are coming to Hays CISD employees with the goal of staying competitive with neighboring districts and retaining staff.
The increases are part of the 2020-21 budget approved at the June 22 board of trustees meeting.
The measure to give 2% midpoint raises means teachers STAYING COMPETITIVE

$249 MILLION Budget:

Up 5.94% from 2019-20 Full-time employees: 3,146

BY JOE WARNER

Enrollment projection: 21,467

HAYS CISD With uncertainty of what the new school year looks like because of coronavirus, the Hays CISD board of trustees unanimously passed a budget that started July 1 and goes through the 2020-21 school year.
The budget shows balanced revenue and expen- ditures of $249,985,771 for 2020-21. The board also approved raises for its employees and will likely pull back on its $218 million bond proposal that was moved from a May election to November, citing too many questions about the coronavirus. The budget represents a $14 million increase, or 5.94%, over the original 2019-20 budget and a $7.3 million increase, or 3.02%, over the amended

New students expected:

668

The Hays CISD board of trustees voted for a 2% midpoint raise for employees for 2020-21. For teachers at different varying levels, that means: 1 year 10 years 20 years 30 years

SOURCE: HAYS CISD/COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

Hays CISD TBD • Editor’s note: Special meetings may be planned to make decisions about the upcoming school year. www.hayscisd.net/site/ Default.aspx?PageID=194 512-268-2141 • www.hayscisd.net San Marcos CISD July 20 at 6 p.m. www.smcisd.net/domain/159 512-393-6700 • www.smcisd.net VIRTUALMEETINGS WE COVER budget for the last school year. The Texas Education Association on June 23 announced the state’s schools will be required to offer some class- room instruction at the beginning of the school year in August. Hays CISD officials said they will study options to safely open and provide online instruction. Announcements are expected in July.

EXPERIENCE:

BACHELOR'S DEGREE

MASTER'S DEGREE

DOCTORATE DEGREE

SOURCE: HAYS CISD/COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

COVID-19 case pauses summer workouts

Classroom scenarios talks continue in July

Scenario two suggested a blended or hybrid return that would support teaching and learning remotely. In the third scenario, students would continue virtual learning with a more structured cur- riculum, according to SMCISD Deputy Superintendent Monica Ruiz-Mills. Hays CISD and San Marcos CISD officials have said they will continue to discuss options during July.

BY EVELIN GARCIA

BY EVELIN GARCIA

SANMARCOS CISD Board members discussed possible scenarios on how students could resume classroom instruction in the 2020-21 school year during a June 15 meeting. The first suggested a traditional classroom setting, focusing on safety precautions and designing schedules to support the impacts of COVID-19 while implementing social-emotional learning.

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CITY& COUNTY

News from San Marcos, Buda, Kyle & Hays County

COMPILED BY EVELIN GARCIA

QUOTEOFNOTE “AFTER EIGHT YEARS SERVINGAND TRYING MY BEST TOHELP THE PEOPLE OF BUDA, IT IS TIME THAT I END THAT SERVICE DUE TOMY FAMILYANDOTHER COMMITMENTS.” GEORGE HAEHN, BUDA MAYOR NUMBER TOKNOW of April in sales tax allocation to the city of San Marcos; Kyle saw an increase for the month, while Buda saw a decrease 51 The percentage of increase over last year for the month CITY HIGHLIGHTS KYLE The city of Kyle entered Stage 1 of its water-conservation program June 16. Restrictions are placed on irrigation and washing vehicles and boats. Residents are required to repair any leaks of irrigation systems. HAYS COUNTY Epidemiologist Eric Schneider said the spike of coronavirus cases in June came mostly in San Marcos residents between ages 20-29. Schneider said the main three reasons for the rise in cases was protests, floating the river and visiting bars in the area. BUDA Mayor George Haehn announced he will not seek another term Nov. 3. Haehn served as a City Council member beginning in November 2012, won another term in 2015 and became mayor in 2017. Haehn said he wanted to spend time with family and other commitments. San Marcos City Council Meets first and third Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. 630 E. Hopkins St., San Marcos 512-393-8000 www.sanmarcostx.gov Kyle City Council Meets first and third Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. 100 W. Center St., Kyle 512-262-1010 • www.cityofkyle.com Buda City Council Meets first and third Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. 405 E. Loop St., Buda 512-312-0084 • www.ci.buda.tx.us Hays County Commissioners Court Meets every Tuesday at 9 a.m. 11 E. San Antonio St., San Marcos 512-393-2205 • www.co.hays.tx.us MEETINGSWE COVER

City closes 13 parks a second time

CLOSEDAGAIN After opening certain parks, the city has decided to close them again citing COVID-19 concerns.

Sales tax numbers up in SanMarcos and Kyle, down inBuda HAYS COUNTY April sales tax payments released by the Texas Comptroller revealed double-digit growth for San Marcos from 2019 numbers, a slight rise for Kyle and a decrease for Buda. San Marcos had an increase of SANMARCOS The city of San Marcos has again closed several parks during the coronavirus pandemic. The parks closed June 25 and are sched- uled to open again in late July. The river parks were often packed with people not abiding by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines of social distancing. The parks that are closed include Rio Vista Park, City Park, San Marcos Plaza Park, Juan Veramendi Park, Bicentennial Park, Children’s Park, Crook Park, Dog Beach, Cape’s Dam, Thompson’s Island, Stokes Park, Ramon Lucio Park and Wildlife Annex/Wilderness Park, according to

information from the city. Playgrounds, pools, riverfront parks, basketball courts and the Rio Vista Pool will also remain closed until further notice, as well as public restrooms and water fountains in all city parks. Natural areas will remain open, but visitors must practice social distanc- ing of at least 6 feet or wear masks if unable to do so. Visitors will be prohibited from gathering in groups of five people or more. Individuals who violate park clo- sures will be subject to a fine of up to $1,000 and possible arrest on charges of criminal trespass.

13 PARKS INCLUDING: • riverfront parks • pools

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$1,000 FINE Up to for violations.

SOURCE: CITY OF SAN MARCOS/ COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

Face coverings now mandatory in public until at least July 20 HAYS COUNTY After a spike of more than 1,000 coronavirus cases in 11 days, Hays County Judge Ruben Becerra took steps to increase behaviors conducive to slowing the spread throughout the community. Becerra signed an executive order mandating all residents and visitors wear face coverings in public when it is not possible to maintain the social distancing guideline of 6 feet. The mandate went into effect June 22 and lasts through at least July 20. “I feel it’s necessary to issue an order to slow the aggressive spread of this relentless virus,” Becerra said. “This pandemic is far from over. It’s always better to be safe than sorry.” Becerra said a majority of constitu- ents and business owners support the mask order after cases rose sharply in Hays County since June 8. Appointed Special Advocates. Both projects will account for $255,600 of the federal funding, which was previously recommended by staff at a June 2 meeting. The remaining $61,131 dispersed through the program will be allocated to city administration staffers to monitor the projects, according to informa- tion provided by the city.

51.06%. Sales tax revenue gener- ated in April amounted to $4.29 million as compared to April 2019 figures at $2.84 million. In Kyle, April sales tax revenue saw a 7.55% increase from April 2019, with more than $769,000 collected in 2020 compared to 2019’s more than $715,000. Buda saw an 8.21% decrease in sales tax revenue for April, with $615,677 acquired in 2020 and $670,746 in 2019.

San Marcos and Kyle saw higher sales tax revenues in 2020, while Buda’s numbers were lower.

MIXED RETURNS

$2.8M

SAN MARCOS

+51%

2019

$4.3M

2020 PERCENT CHANGE

$715K

+7.6%

BUDA

$769K

$671K $616K

-8.2%

KYLE

SALES TAX REVENUE

SOURCE: TEXAS COMPTROLLER/COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

SanMarcosapproves twogrant-fundedprojects

SANMARCOS City Council mem- bers approved two projects that will receive funding from the Commu- nity Development Block Grant for Coronavirus Response at a June 16 meeting. Members also approved to reserve $105,530 of the CDBG-CV federal funds to provide more testing

for COVID-19 in the community. With $425,261 of the federal grant funding coming through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the city awarded grants to the COVID-19 Small Business Recovery Program and a program proposed by the Court

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201920 SANMARCOS  BUDA  KYLE REAL ESTATE MARKET AT A GLANCE

DAYS ON THEMARKET AVERAGE June 2018-May 2019

June 2019-May 2020

78610

45 TOLL

183

78610

78640

78666

58.9

46.6 -20.9%

49.5

50.3 +.02%

79.9

74.9 -6.3%

Overall, the number of homes sold in San Marcos, Buda and Kyle were down from June 2019-May 2020 as compared to June 2018-May 2019. During the same period, homes sold faster on average—by an average of 5 days—but at a lower price in two of the three ZIP codes.

78640

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78666

Hays County

Studying the stats -8.3% the average days on the market in Texas

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62.8

57.3 -8.8%

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HOMES SOLD NUMBER OF

June 2018-May 2019

June 2019-May 2020

TOTAL HOMES SOLD IN SANMARCOS  BUDA  KYLE

809

757

685 -15.3% 1,051

524 -30.8%

June 2018-May 2019

June 2019-May 2020

31%

31%

29%

23%

-2.9%

2,167 homes sold

2,320 homes sold

1,021

2,617

2,320 -11.3%

Hays County

40%

46%

SOURCE: AUSTIN BOARD OF REALTORSCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

SOURCE: AUSTIN BOARD OF REALTORSCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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REAL ESTATE 2020EDITION

2020 REAL ESTATE EDITION

Buda Kyle San Marcos The number of new listings in May 2019 and May 2020: NEWLISTINGS LOCAL

HOME SALES PRICE MEDIAN

June 2019-May 2019

June 2020X-May 2020

$281,062 $266,297 -5.3% $228,533 $228,968 +.19% $264,938 $250,578 -5.4%

May 2019 May 2020

134 39%

156 41%

32% 123

109 32%

340 total listings

385 total listings

29%

106 27%

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The total amount of real estate closed for the month SALES VOLUME SOLD LOCAL

SAN MARCOS  BUDA  KYLE

$258,178 $248,614 -4.71%

$30M

Buda Kyle San Marcos

$25M

Studying the stats +5.3% median price of homes sold in Austin-Round Rock Metropolitan Statistical Area Jan.-May 2020 compared to Jan.-May 2019

Texas

$20M

$234,710 $245,000 +4.4%

0 $15M

Dec. 2018

May 2019

Dec. 2019

May 2020

May 2019

SOURCE: AUSTIN BOARD OF REALTORSCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

SOURCE: AUSTIN BOARD OF REALTORSCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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