Once upon a time, not too long ago, there was a sleepy little college town, on the Colorado River, it was truly the best-kept secret in the United States until Al Gore invented the internet. No, not Waterloo, that was before my time, yes it’s Austin, which in the ’80s was the 42nd largest city in the U.S. with a bright future. That little town is now a faded memory, as Austin has catapulted to the 11th largest city in the country, in just 30 years.
Now, I’m pro-growth and all for free-market enterprise, but Austin was evolving faster than I could, as I was still clinging to the past. I knew eventually I’d have to let go and roll with the changes and then the obvious started to come into focus. So, GetMeOutoftheCity.com was my brainchild and the rebirth of Realty Executives – Austin Metro to Realty Executives – Town & County. The re-direct of my career from urban to rural real estate, from neighborhoods to country farms, Downtown condos to Gentleman Ranches, and most of all bumper to bumper traffic to open Texas highways.
The evolution began on July 1st, 2017. I wanted to help people find a new lifestyle that could be more fruitful and balanced, to live according to the values of self-sufficiency and our pursuit of happiness. When your life is out of balance, perhaps you feel depleted or you think you’re caught up in the rat race, when you realize you’re spinning your wheels and your view of the world has become a still image, what do you do? What can you do?
Let’s get you back to being fruitful! We can do it!
Your home should be your sanctuary, do you desire a little more space in a new home. Do you want to re-discover starry nights, do you have a strong desire to get back to basics – to just stop and appreciate all of God’s creations? The simple things in life that we sometimes take for granted – like a beautiful hill country view in Burnet County, walking in beautiful green pastures of farmland in Milam County, or hiking in the woods down by the Lampasas or Leon Rivers, in Bell County. You can exchange the sounds of traffic for a cow’s moo or a donkey bray and you’ll love the early morning singsong of native birds, of which there are many here in Central Texas.
Let us help you find that Texas Hill Country view that goes on forever or discover that house or cabin somewhere on the network of amazing Texas rivers, whether you prefer pastures or wooded forest, cropland or a weekend hunting ranch, a homestead, or a recreational get away that you can build on somewhere down the line, we will help you in the search and acquisition of your dream and we can put you together with lender’s that finance rural country real estate.
I hope you find www.centraltexasareahomes.com a helpful search portal, it’s designed for Central Texas rural real estate and is integrated with seven (7) MLS Databases, delivering real-time data and results to our clients. We cover from Llano County to Burnet & Williamson to Milam County, north to Bell, Coryell Lampasas, San Saba, and Falls Counties, south to Bastrop, Hays, Comal, Guadalupe, and Blanco Counties.
When you have a question about an area, a property, or financing options, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We will provide you with additional information such as a survey, deed restrictions, and availability of utilities. When you’d like to schedule an appointment to see a property, please just give us a shout!
Thank you for your time.
Roman C. Esparza, Broker/President