Interested in ATX real estate? Meet Tommy Hollahan, a mover + shaker in our community’s real estate scene.Born + raised here in The Capital City, Tommy spent a few years in College Station attending Texas A&M before moving back to the 512.
Since 2005, Tommy has worked with MortgageATX to help local families + individuals:
Move into their first homes
Save money on their mortgage payments
Restructure their mortgage financing to achieve their goals
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Austin’s air qualitymay be unusually unhealthy this summer due to scorching temperatures. To prevent respiratory issues, keep an eye on Ozone Action Day alerts + stay indoors if you have asthma or are otherwise at-risk. (Austin American-Statesman)
Some city facilities — including post offices, parks and recreation buildings, and the Austin Public Library — will be closed today in recognition of Juneteenth. See the full list of affected locations here. (KXAN)
At a cost of $25 million, the City decided to replace a 110-ft pedestrian bridge in Roy G. Guerrero Park that was swept away by floods in 2015. About $8.5 million of the project’s price tag will be paid for by federal grants. (Austin American-Statesman)
After losing two games in the College World Series this weekend, UT baseball’s run for the championship is officially over. The Longhorns lost to Notre Dame Friday night, and lost again to Texas A&M 10-2 in an elimination game Sunday night. (Austin American-Statesman)
Longhorn baseball player Ivan Melendez is the winner of the 2022 Dick Howser Trophy, an award recognizing college baseball’s best player. The win marks the fifth award of its kind for UT. ⚾️ (Austin American-Statesman)
Austin FC defeated CF Montréal1-0 on Saturday, despite playing without midfielder Dani Pereira for the second half of the game. El Tree will play next against FC Dallas at Q2 Stadium this Sat., June 25. Get your tickets here. ⚽️ (Austin American-Statesman)
Austin’s water treatment plants will soon use electricity and copper ions to prevent invasive zebra mussels from clogging up infrastructure. Construction on the new system is expected to begin in a matter of months, and be completed by next winter. (KXAN)
Texas French Bread has plans to open a food trailer in the parking lot near their brick-and-mortar location, which burned down this January. The new location — which could open as soon as October — will serve lunch, breakfast, and baked goods. (Austin American-Statesman)
“Glee” actress Becca Tobin recently moved from Los Angeles to a 4,500-sqft home in Bee Cave. Peek inside her Mediterranean-style home, which includes four bedrooms, an art gallery, and Texas-inspired interior design. 🏡 (Austin Home)
Centaur the dog really likes his bucket. The Austin Animal Center puprecently went viral for his penchant for standing in a bucket full of water, even when he has access to a pool. The goofy pup is still looking for a forever home — check out his profile here. 🪣
As a proud (and native) Austinite, Tommy Hollahan with MortgageATXdonates $250 for each closed mortgage to the charity or organization of the homebuyer’s choice. See what local charities are benefitting.*
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