The Spirit of the Holidays

It’s that time of year where I do all the things I love. I slow down and spend time with the people I love, sip hot cocoa, wear my favorite color (red), decorate my home with warm fall colors (crimson reds, persimmon oranges, and golden yellows), delicately wrap presents, drive around the neighborhood looking at … Continue Reading

A Crunch in Every Bite

Food is a “big deal” in our family. Being an Indian American, our family gatherings consisted of food (a lot of food)—spicy pungent curries, sweet fragrant desserts, and rice colored with saffron and turmeric. And believe me, when I say my mom was the “best cook,” she was. Some of you are probably thinking the … Continue Reading

Help, My House Needs Some Attention!

It’s been quite the year of change with modifying our lifestyle to adapt to the pandemic.  Many of us are working from home in our makeshift home office, creating mini learning environments around the house for our kids to be able to school from home, or entertaining extended family or close friends with safe social … Continue Reading

Gift of Listening

The most frequent question I am getting asked these days is, “What is happening in the market?”  Since so many of you are asking, I am going to give you some updates.  Here is what I am observing in the Austin market: We have very low inventory in our housing market which means housing prices … Continue Reading

Something Sweet to Look Forward To

All birthdays are worth celebrating, but some years are extra special. My 30th birthday party, for example, was one for the books and had me smiling with delight! You know what else makes me grin from ear to ear? Knowing that this year marks Hindsite’s 30th birthday! For the last 30 years, Hindsite has provided a very unique offering … Continue Reading

2020 – Happy New Year and New Decade

I am wishing you a Happy New Year and New Decade, the decade of 2020. The number 2020 makes me think of perfect vision and of my brokerage, Hindsite 20/20. I jokingly said to my broker, Charles, that maybe we need to change our name to Foresite 20/20, as having an eye toward the future has always … Continue Reading