The city of Hutto is named after James Emory Hutto, who owned the land where the community now stands, but it wasn't James or even an early Texan settler who was the area's first inhabitant. The 17-year-old Adam Orgain was sent to live in the area all alone to keep an eye on Hutto's cattle. This history of the city is just as interesting as its founding, including a local story about a hippopotamus who escaped in the city once, but it's what's currently here that keeps residents happy.
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Insane housing appreciation rates! Almost every housing market in America was hit hard by the Great Recession, but this wasn't really the case in Hutto. Over the past year alone, the city's home values have seen an increase of nearly 13 percent. The average rate in America, on the other hand, is just under five percent. Even better is the fact that over the last decade these values have jumped nearly 45 percent compared to America's 12.7 percent. Since home prices are low, though, the Hutto market makes for a great investment for anyone looking at rent to own houses or seeking out a mortgage. Whether you're near Hutto Lake Park or adjacent to Limmer Loop, you're getting a great value.
Small town feel with big city access! One look at the Hutto city water tower will give off an immediate small-town America feel, even in the face of a relatively high population density. You can catch a high school football game on Friday night a few hours after having a true-to-life southern meal at Good Luck Grill. If you need a quick big city fix, though, you need only head south on Highway 130 until you get to Austin. Not quite big enough? Well, keep on going down to San Antonio.
Great housing prices with great neighbors! With a property valuation increase topping nearly 50 percent over the last decade, it would seem only logical that houses in Hutto would be crazy expensive. Fortunately, this isn't the case at all. In fact, Hutto's average property cost is over 15 percent lower than the national average. This means the places are super affordable, but not because people don't like it here. In fact, over 80 percent of all residences in the area are occupied by those who own them rather than renters. This is a sure sign that residents love the area. Meet your now-long-term neighbors and take them to the Texan Cafe and Pie Shop or out to a movie at Cinemark Stone Hill Town Center.
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