Highland Lakes, TX Homes

Filed in Featured Communities by on March 27, 2014

The Highland Lakes real estate market is comprised of the towns of Burnet, Marble Falls, Kingsland, Horseshoe Bay, and Granite Shoals. The Highland Lakes offer the only constant level lakes in this area, including Lake LBJ, Inks Lake, and Lake Marble Falls. Our area is in a drought, so Highland Lakes homes are great draws to those who want to live on a lake in the Austin Texas area.

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Vacation lake homes are especially popular. The market for Highland Lakes homes enjoys a bright future, owing to the fact that this area just outside of Texas is growing. Bookmark this page if you are looking for everything from luxury estates or weekend homes on waterfront.

This Austin, TX area housing market is resilient, so there are a few foreclosures, but as their supply dwindles, most of expect prices on traditional listings to go up. This is a great time to find a Highland Lakes home at a great price. If you are looking for affordability, you will be happy to know that you can find single family homes for under 200K in Greencastle in Granite Shoals, Oaks West in Burnet, Royal Oaks Estates in Kingsland, and Lacy Lans in Marble Falls. Some new Highland Lakes home construction is available, including houses by notable green builders like CW Home Builders and Nieman Builders.

Looking for luxury real estate? Horseshoe Bay is home to many a celebrity. Homes on Lake LBJ are valued near $10 million. You can also find acreage from 5 to 5000 acres for hunting, fishing, etc. Ag exempt properties are very popular as it keeps the taxes down.

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