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Austin Schools - Where will my children go to school?

Relocating to a new city, or a neighborhood across town,  is rife with decisions. After deciding on a price range, house style and size, and distance from work there are still many things you will have to discover in your new home: where will you take your dry cleaning? Where are the best prices for gas? Which grocery stores carry the foods you like to purchase? What about veterinarians for the pets or hair stylists, mechanics, restaurants, local shopping, and fun places to eat, drink, and be merry? All of these are important decisions - some will come together right away, others will take time to unfold. But there is one decision that cannot be left for later:

Where will my children go to school?

No decision is as critical to families and those planning on having children in the future as where you will educate your children. Where are the best Austin schools?  We are not just Austin, Texas Realtors but parents as well. We understand the important and life changing decision involved in selecting your child’s school. Jessica holds a Masters in Education from Texas State University and brings that knowledge and expertise to assist home-buyers in choosing Austin schools.  Schooling is a highly personal, family decision. Besides the public school links on each Austin neighborhood guide, we have included resources to help support you in this process:

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Information to assist in comparing Austin schools can also be obtained from Texas Education Agency or by ordering a Snapshot Profile.

Tom (Sunstrom) is the best agent I’ve ever worked with. Not only did he manage taking me to see 37 houses in the 2 ½ days I had available, he handled getting a fabulous inspector, recommended great contractors to work on the remodel, and basically attended to every detail as I was out of state. He then did the same for my mother! We’re both very pleased with his representation and have recommended him to our friends as well. - Regina I.