For Sale: 12118 Old Stage Trl, Austin 78750

This 3 bed, 2 bath, 1353 sf home at the Village at Anderson Mill will not last long!
Listed for $340,000.



Great home in a popular neighborhood. Close to 183 and several large employers. The second living area could be used as a flex-space. The large mature trees offer great shade. Great schools and close parks! All appliances can convey if desired. No showings until Saturday Sept 12.

Listing agent: Matthew Grupp – 737-704-7315

Buying, selling, leasing, or investing in real estate? Let us show you the Way!

For Sale – Warehouse at Hwy 290 at Hwy 183, Austin

FOR SALE: 8028 SF Warehouse – 100% HVAC
8116 Ferguson Cutoff, Austin, TX 78724



  • 8028 sf building on a 24,002 sf lot
  • 15 ft ceilings
  • 3 grade level doors
  • 1 dock high door
  • 3 PH electric service with 1600 AMPs
  • 100% HVAC
  • Reception, 4 offices, breakroom, 2 restrooms, storage, and yard space in back
  • Located half mile from Hwy 183 at Toll 290
  • Located 10 miles from ABIA, 10 miles from new Amazon Center, and 13 miles from Tesla Site

    Shown by appointment only – call today for a tour!
    WAY REALTY GROUP – 512-537-7110

Rutland Warehouse – Sublease

2433 Rutland Drive, Unit 130 **LEASED**

Rutland front photo

Includes 3,300 sq ft  warehouse and office with 100% HVAC, with 3 offices, reception area, bathroom, production space, and warehouse.

$2.00 psf/yr MG

Master lease runs through July 2020, but new tenant has the option to sign a new, longer lease as desired.


floor plan - rutland


Ed Bluestein Blvd at FM 969, Austin

New Land Listing – 9.9 Acres, Minutes from Downtown


Located at Ed Bluestein Blvd (Hwy 183) and FM 969 (MLK – Webberville Rd), this acreage includes 2 parcels (Property ID #544744 and 544752) that are 3.94 aces and 5.94
acres respectively. Property is zoned general commercial services and is a great location for a hotel, professional offices, retail, food services, manufacturing and industrial, mini-storage, etc.

It is located just minutes east of downtown on MLK, and is also west of Lake Walter E Long Metropolitan Park. There is a new convenience store coming to the hard corner at Hwy 183 as development continues to move east of town.

Please inquire for pricing.

Full Lot(s) view (highlighted)

Buy Now? Buy Now!

From Mark Sprague’s Texas Market Update:

I would suggest that with increasing costs of building, labor and development and higher lending rates, why wait?  Every time rates go up 1% you lose 12% buying power. 90% of all builders are experiencing framing and finishing carpentry issues, and 85+% are experiencing plumbing shortages.   Builders are seeing a 20+% annual labor and materials cost increase, which in turn increases values.  The home/apartment you look at today will be gone tomorrow, and more expensive.

one percentOne key point that must be stressed is that interest rates are rising. Everyone agrees that we can expect 3 rate hikes in the next year – not big hikes, but hikes nonetheless. And as Mark noted, “Every time rates go up 1% you lose 12% buying power.”

What does that look like in real life? There are two ways to look at it. First, it means if you wait one year, and the rates have gone up as expected, a property that would cost you $300,000 today will cost you $336,000 next year. Or to look at it another way, your ability to purchase $300,000 today will mean purchasing $264,000 in 12 months.

It is not a gimmick to say, “Buy now!” Waiting in this market will cost you.

Read the rest of Mark’s update here: Texas Market Update