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Top Austin Realtor To Present First Time Home Buying Seminars at DR Horton’s New Avery Ranch Model Home


Summary: Top Austin area real estate agent and national speaker Kenn Renner ( will present a series of seminars at the new DR Horton Avery Ranch model home on Saturday, May 9th, 2009 at 2 P.M. Kenn will teach two of his most popular seminars – “First Time Home Buying” and “How To Protest Your Tax Bill.”

Austin, Texas – April 30, 2009 -- Real estate expert, Kenn Renner, on May 9, 2009, will present two timely seminars at the Avery Ranch community (1) First Time Home Buying and (2) Protesting Your Property Tax Bill.

The seminar presentation that begins at 2 P.M. is two of his most popular presentations in his American Dream Seminar Series – ( The first seminar will be “Secrets to Buying Your First Home,” which will cover realities of today’s real estate market and what he describes as the “Perfect Opportunity” to buy a first home. He will explore:

• The reasons why home ownership is a great financial move,
• The 10 steps to the home buying process, as well as the truth about the home mortgage market.
• Opportunities in foreclosures, short sales and REO property will also be revealed.
• Students will learn techniques to renegotiate a lease and/or reducing or eliminating penalties associated with leases.
• Of critical importance, Kenn will discuss the $8000 first time homebuyer tax credit.

Kenn is deeply involved in the Avery Ranch community. He has helped over 200 families become Avery Ranch residents – far more than any other broker. “I have been an advocate for Avery Ranch since it’s opening in 2000. I prepared my home-buying clients to get involved with Avery long before it ever opened for home sales. The day DR Horton opened the subdivision I had 17 purchase contracts on the table. Believe it or not – prices in Avery Ranch started in the 130’s for a brand new home.” Renner adds, “I continue to support Avery Ranch by educating first time and move up home buyers about this great area.”

At 4 P.M. Kenn will present his second seminar presentation, “Texas Property Tax Reform & Protesting Your Tax Bill.” This timely seminar will cover the new property tax reform laws as well as secrets of how to effectively protest your property tax bill. He will be providing a workbook on the subject of property taxes in Texas and a case study of an actual property tax protest. Kenn adds, “if a home owner feels that the county has assessed their property incorrectly, I will provide a free property tax analysis to help them with their property tax protest.”

The seminars highly informative and they are free. Renner concludes, “This is an opportunity for me to give back to the community and to help share my 25 years of real estate experience in a casual and comfortable atmosphere.”

To register for the seminar visit or Kenn’s new website he has developed specifically for Avery Ranch –

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About Kenn Renner:
Kenn Renner has been teaching real estate seminars in Austin and around the Nation since 1994. He has personally has helped thousands of homebuyers purchase homes as a direct result of their attending the seminars. He is consistently ranked by the Austin Business Journal as one of the top individual real estate agents in central Texas. Since 2005 he has closed over $80,000,000 in residential homes sales making him the #1 selling agent in Williamson County. Kenn is a frequent guest on business talk radio as a real estate expert. He also has appeared more than a dozen times on National Television – HGTV’s House Hunters.

Contact Information:

Kenn Renner, Broker/Speaker
Keller Williams Realty, Lake Travis
1921 Lohmans Crossing
Austin, TX 78634
(512) 423-5626 (call or Text)


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