The current darling of travelers around the country, Austin is a good bet for the Next Big Thing in the country. Spanning industries as diverse as the tech scene and the music industry, the home of Dell, Inc., and bands like Spoon and Explosions in the Sky--not to mention it's also the state capital!-- Austin seems to defy classification at times. Just know that if you move here, you'll undoubtedly be part of something big. As Frank Sinatra sang about his own favorite city, Austinites feel that "if you can make it there" (or sing it, or design it there), "you'll make it anywhere."
Austin is a city that lives outdoors. Whether they're jogging the trail along Lady Bird Lake, or immersing themselves in Barton Creek Springs, finding a water source can be necessary to beat the heat each summer. But when it cools off, the area's miles of hiking and biking trails open themselves up to you, begging to be explored. So dust off your old shoes, grab a few new neighbors, and get to know Austin.
In the city that gave the world South by Southwest, every weekend-- sometimes every day-- is a grand event. With live local music acts everywhere you turn, sometimes it feels like you don't have enough hours in the day to hear it all. But you'll have a better chance of not missing a note if you park yourself in legendary old venues like the Broken Spoke, Antone's, The White Horse, and the bars and clubs of Sixth Street and South Congress. Those inclined to appreciate the visual arts should visit the area's acclaimed museums, like the Blanton and the Mexic-Arte Museum. Both are known for pushing the envelope in showing what's new and provocative in contemporary art. The Blanton and smaller museums such as the Mexic-Arte may just give you and your family the least yawn-inducing visits you've ever had at an art museum.
People just can't seem to get enough of Austin--especially the national press. In 2011, Forbes magazine referred to Austin as a sure "Boom Town" for the next ten years. Even if most of America doesn't live here, and can't move here, they are still flocking to ultra-cool Austin on vacation, in droves. Orbitz called Austin a 2012 "travel hotspot." US News and World Report advised travelers that Austin was a "top fall getaway." In short, making the move to Austin is a move you won't regret. With a brand-new Austin home, you'll be the envy of your friends and relatives. New Home Source can help you get there. Let NewHomeSource find your new home in Austin, Texas, and make the third best big city in "Best Places to Live" your home.
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