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Byline: Diana Dworin
Nov. 6--Luxury condominiums in downtown Austin go up for sale. A ranch home available in Bastrop is taking backup offers. A few lots that kiss the waterfront along the Highland Lakes are ready for new owners.
Across Central Texas, where homes sometimes sell almost as quickly as they're listed, minute-to-minute market information is vitally important to real estate agents. Staying on top of new listings can mean the difference between nabbing a new home for a client -- or missing out on a contract.
"Things are being added and subtracted from the market constantly," said Luke Graves, an Austin agent who works exclusively with buyers. "The first thing I do in the morning is check for new listings."
Like hundreds of real estate …