Not sure where you should move to in Austin? Take this quiz to find out where you could begin your search.

1. What is your age?
Under 25 Years Old
25 to 30 Years Old
31 to 40 Years Old
41 to 50 Years Old
51 to 60 Years Old
Over 60 Years Old


2. How important is it to you that you live close to downtown (i.e., the “cool” parts of Austin)?
Extremely – I want the downtown life, maybe even ditch my car.
I want to be very close, in a nice established, upscale neighborhood.
I want to live as close as I can to downtown and still have a house, yard, and access to decent schools for my kids.
I don’t need to be near downtown – I’m going after affordability.
I don’t need to be near downtown – I’m going after where the best schools are.


3. What type of home do you want? (Choose from 1 to 2)


4. Which of the following fits your typical weekend best? (Choose from 1 to 3)
Checking out the new “it” restaurant with some friends, followed by hitting 2 or 3 bars.
Taking the kids to the park, stocking up at Costco, doing chores around the house.
Going to the lake and hanging out on my boat.
Going shopping – especially if there’s a sale at Neiman Marcus.
Yoga, or at least a nice hike in the woods.
Going to hear a couple bands play and crawling back home at dawn.
Watching the game, maybe grilling something. Just chilling at home, basically.
Balancing family stuff with hanging out with friends downtown
It’s not a weekend unless it includes golf.
Something active – biking, skateboarding, rock-climbing, etc.
Eh, none of these fit me.


5. Which of the following cars would you be more likely to purchase? (Choose from 1 to 2)
Subaru wagon.
A bicycle or scooter – no car for me.
’68 mustang.
Camry sedan
Mazda 5 (almost a minivan, but not!)
None of the above.


6. Which of the following restaurants would you be more likely to go to? (Choose from 1 to 2)
Classic, upscale restaurants where I tend to run into friends.
I avoid chain restaurants, and love to try new places
I go to whatever’s good and close by.
Places with good vegetarian options.


7. What is your price range for buying a home?
Less than $250,000
$250,000 – $400,000
$400,000 – $750,000
$750,000 and up
I’m going to rent.


8. What do you want your neighborhood to look like?(Choose from 1 to 2)
Lots of hills.
Lots of mature trees.
Manicured lawns.
I’m not particular, if the price is right, I’ll live there.
I like cityscape. Trees in nearby parks is fine.
A new subdivision (newly planted trees is ok).


9. What are your political leanings? (Choose from 1 to 2)
Tea Party
Green Party
I’m in the middle somewhere. I don’t vote straight ticket.
I don’t vote, or pay attention to politics


10. How important are public schools to you when you purchase a home?
Extremely - I only want to live near the public schools that perform the best on state tests.
Pretty important – I don't need the schools to be the top performing schools, but near the top would be nice.
Somewhat important - I don't think that performing on state tests is an accurate measurement of the quality of a public school. Or, I have other options to explore.
Not at all - it does not matter how the neighborhood public schools perform on state tests.


So, where should you move to in Austin?