We provide real estate appraisal services in the Pflugerville, TX area for numerous uses including mortgages, refinances, divorce, PMI removal, estate planning, tax disputes or appeals, selling and general value inquiries to name a few. We provide these real estate services to homeowners, mortgage companies, banks, credit unions, attorneys, investors and Realtors with the majority of our work coming by way of referrals from local Realtors and mortgage brokers.
Quicker Reporting – Most Valuations Are Delivered Inside Of 3 Working Days
Expertise – Hometown Real Estate Appraisers That Understand Central Texas
Lower Fees – We Don’t Bill For Services You Do Not Need
No On The Job Training – All Appraisers Are Fully Licensed By The State Of Texas
People-Focused Service – Our Staff Members Are Always Helpful, Accommodating And Competent
Lakefront & Waterfront Properties
Duplexes to Four Plexes
Investment and Rental Property
Vacant or Raw Land
Small to Medium Commercial
Pflugerville Home Appraisal
Pflugerville, Texas, a suburb of Austin, located in Travis and Williamson counties was founded in the 1800s. It went through periods of growth, rapid decline, and finally resurgence. It successfully fought annexation from Austin and is now its own municipality and suburb.
The namesake of the town, Henry Pfluger, Senior, was a German immigrant and one-time wealthy farmer. However, while still in Germany, Pflueger lost his fortune and found himself in financial ruin. The Prussian War caused all of Pflueger’s land to be taken from him. Pflueger fled Germany and immigrated to the Texas area. With his final $1600 he purchased 160 acres of land 2 miles east of Austin. He and his family stayed on this land for a few years and in 1849 he traded the land for larger plot about 5 miles east of what is now Pflugerville. There, he and his family built a five room log cabin and started farming.
It was not until after the Civil War that Pflugerville would start to find settlers. Another family, headed by William Bohls, followed the Pfluegers and built a house on the neighboring property. The Bohls family opened a general store and a post office in their home and named a post office after Pflueger. Shortly thereafter, a Lutheran church and a small community school opened and residents started pouring in.
In 1904, the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad completed a line between Austin and Georgetown. This line ran just outside of Pflugerville and as a result over the next two decades the population of Pflugerville doubled from 250 to 500. During this time, Pflugerville built a thriving Main Street, despite the fact that most residents did the majority of their business and shopping in the town of Round Rock, located 8 miles to the northwest.
The railroad attracted a lot of businesses to the area, which in turn attracted a lot more settlers. The first business to land in the area was a steam powered cotton gin which attracted cotton farmers from around the county. Later an ice factory was built beside the cotton gin and in 1913 the Skye Dome Theatre was built in the town. The theater played silent movies, accompanied by a piano player.
The depression and World War II caused a sharp decline in population in Pflugerville, as many left for bigger cities in the attempt to find work. After World War II the population fell back to a level of only 250 people. It was not until the 1960s that Pflugerville would find its resurgence. In 1965 the town was incorporated and had a population of 750 people. This number would slowly grow until the population boom felt in Austin in the 70s had its effect here as well. Since then, Pflugerville has thrived as a suburb of Austin and by 2000 its population had skyrocketed to over 11,000 people.
Neighborhoods and Subdivisions in Pflugerville Texas:
685 Business Centre, Alma Pfluger, Arrington, Bohl’s Place, Bohls Place, Bratcher, Brookhollow, Cambridge Estates, Club At Wells Point, Cnb Commercial, Colored, Creekside, Dobias Acres, E. W. Pfluger, Emerald Heights, F.H. Plfuger, Fairways Of Blackhawk, Falcon Pointe, Foot Hills, Foothills, Gatlinburg, Gilleland Center, Gilleland Plaza, Green Meadows, Hankins, Heatherwilde, Heatherwilde Commercial, Heatherwilde Villas, Heb / Pflugerville, Highland Park, Highland Park North, Hillside Springs, Hodde, Jim Moore, Julie’s Walk At Katymead, Katymead, Kaytmead, Kelly Lane, Kruger’s Korner, Kuempel, Kuempel Storage Tract, Kuempel Tract, Lakeside At Blackhawk, Leon Plfuger, Lisso, Lively, Meadow Park Plaza, Meadow Park South, Meadows Of Blackhawk, Mountain Creek, Mountain Creek East, Mouser, Noonan’s Hillside Spring, North Hillside Springs, North Park, North Pflugerville Estates, P P, Parco Estates, Park View Estates, Parkcrest, Pfairway Office Park, Pflugerville Acres, Pflugerville Estates, Pflugerville Heights, Pflugerville Northwest, Pflugerville Project, Pflugerville West, Picadilly Ridge, Picadilly Ridge, Providence, R J, Ridge At Steeds Crossing, Rolling Hills, Rolling Meadows, Rowe Valley, Royal Pointe, Royal Pointe Commercial, Sahd, Sahd-Heatherwilde Plaza, Samuelson Gardens, Saxony, Settler’s Meadow, Settlers Ridge, Settlers Ridge Commercial, Shallow Creek, Skyview Manor, Spring Trails, Springbrook, Springbrook Business Park, Springbrook Commercial, Springbrook Enclave, Springbrook Glen, Springbrook Glen, Springbrook Industrial Park, Steeds Crossing, Swenson Famrs, Swenson Farms, The Estates Of Rowe Lane, The Meadows, The Park At Blackhawk, Village Of Hidden Lake, Villages Of Hidden Lake, Walters Meadow, Warner Heights, Watson Park, Wells Point, Wells Point Commercial, Wellspoint, Wildflower Estates, Wilke Ridge, Willow Creek, Windermere, Windermere Centre, Windermere Terrace, Wrenbar, Wuthrich, Wuthrich Hill Farms, Yellow Sage