Developer Strategic ConcernsThe Austin real estate development market is competitive. Small and mid-size Austin builders and developers are faced with competing against larger conglomerates that have an almost endless supply of marketing and sales dollars at their disposal. As an Austin real estate developer, beyond the challenges of designing and building your product, you are faced with keeping customer commitments, coordinating the actions necessary to produce and close a sale, maintaining trust, producing profits and building your brand. The GoodLife Team exists to provide a solution to your business concerns. We provide scarce and significant help by producing product differentiation, increased sales absorption, higher revenues and increased profit margins. How do we do this? By providing leading-edge technology, tight and highly effective systems and an extraordinary team of highly competent professionals. These three components come together to deliver on 5 essential strategies and services, shown above, that mitigate business concerns and produce product success. At the GoodLife team, we offer value, we generate measurable results and we focus on your bottom line. Take a look at our strategy for a general overview of the solutions we provide. Contact us for a customized strategy proposal for your Austin real estate development.
March 3, 2015
| Photo Slideshow | Stunning surroundings and views! Plenty of privacy found in this single story, waterfront home with amazing Texas sunsets overlooking manicured golf course & the hills beyond. Courtyard pool/spa, outdoor kitchen, gorgeous patio fireplace. Fabulous finishes such as native stone walls, natural wood beam vaulted ceilings, wood & tile floors, great built-in’s throughout. Community
March 3, 2015
Whether you’re building, buying or selling, the Austin real estate market is seeing some interesting home design trends in 2015. Keep these in mind as you plow forward with your real estate endeavors. Home Design Trends 1. Smaller homes: Contrary to popular opinion, millennials want to buy homes, they just can’t afford huge mansions. That’s one reason