Greater Austin Area
The greater Austin area continues to see incredible growth- As of the 2012 U.S. census estimate, greater Austin has a population of over 1.8 million people.
Many large employers reside in the area including the U.S. and Texas Governments, Dell Computers, IBM, Advanced Micro Devices, Seton Healthcare Network, and Freescale Semiconductor.
Unemployment was 5.4 % in March 2013 (6.4% Statewide, 7.6% U.S.).
Estimates show that Austin remains one of the top destinations for migrating talent. Austin ranked first among the 50 largest U.S. metros based on net migration as a percent of total population in 2011. Source: Austin Chamber of Commerce
Several Colleges and Universities nearby including The University of Texas at Austin, St. Edward's University, Texas State University- San Marcos, Austin Community College, and Southwestern University.
The Austin area has long been known for its outdoor attractions. It is home to numerous parks and nature preserves both within the municipalities and outside. Learn More at Austin Parks Foundation
The town of Georgetown was incorporated in 1848.
The town's Historic charm is preserved throughout downtown Georgetown where victiorian architecture span tree-lined avenues.
Numerous shopping centers and dining found in convenient areas of the city.
Lake Georgetown and the San Gabriel River trail system provide year-round recreation.
Southwestern University is located a few blocks from Downtown Georgetown.
Median family income is around $82,116 per year.
Job growth from 2000-2011 was 54.86%.
Median age is 33 years old.