Hello and thank you for reading the Mission Mortgage blog. We have recently updated our website, including the integration of this blog into the main site. The result is easier navigation between our blog and our website, which we hope … Continue reading
Locally, the Austin American-Statesman interviewed a number of local experts about how they view the Obama jobs plan and the potential for its success. Included in those interviewed was Mission Mortgage’s Mark Sprague. Continue reading
If you like Oktober, cool homes, HAAM, or live music, we’ve got the suggestions for you! Here are our recommendations for things to do in and around Austin this week. Continue reading
Introducing: Harris Hill Road – a 1.8-mile, 11-turn asphalt road course open to the public and located near Austin. Harris Hill Road offers classes and training, as well as special membership packages. Full membership gives you unlimited access to the course using your own road-safe vehicle (cars and motorcycles only, no trucks). Continue reading
Startup technology company, Spredfast, has recently received a round of investment capital totalling approximately $12 million to help with expansion. The company already has 50 employees in the Austin area with plans to hire an additional 50 in sales, marketing, and product development. Continue reading
Senator Watson (D-Austin) envisions a massive investment in Austin to create a medical school, complete with a state-of-the-art training hospital, in collaboration with Seton Healthcare. The University of Texas would provide the medical degree and educational components of the plan. While he recognizes the challenge he is up against, he expressed a strong desire to move this past talk and into action.
The downtown Austin apartment market continues to show strength. A recent announcement for a new high-rise luxury apartment building is a good indication of the confidence that investors and developers have in the urban core rental market.
This week in Austin you can attend an art opening, a street festival, or 32 museums. Oh, and music. Of course, there’s always the music… Continue reading
A grant has made funds available to Austin residents who may be exposed to toxic lead paint for safe removal. The program has income limits and a child requirement, but for those who qualify the labor and materials are free. Because lead paint was banned for use in residences in 1978, only homes built before that date will qualify for the program. Continue reading