San Antonio Real Estate News
San Antonio, Texas, is known for its Riverwalk area and its amazing historical structures. Home of the Alamo, the Tower of the Americas, and more, people visit San Antonio simply to walk around and look at the city itself. Of course, there’s much more to do here, including many different museums, shopping areas, and entertainment venues such as Six Flags Fiesta Texas. San Antonio is also a great place to live. The city proper is home to almost 1.5 million people, while the San Antonio Metrread more..
San Antonio, Texas, is the second-largest city in Texas and one of the top 10 largest cities in the U.S. It’s also one of the fastest growing cities. As one would expect from a city with a population of over 1.2 million people, the city’s LGBT population has grown, too. The city has a lot to offer, including its famous river walk, but it also has a couple of gay districts. Oakwell Farms is a safe area full of families. It’s a quiet neighborhood that’s great for thoread more..
San Antonio, Texas is also known as the “Alamo City.” Located in the south-central part of Texas it is the seventh largest city in the United States with a population of 3 million. It is 200 miles west of Houston and 250 miles south of Dallas. The actual Alamo is a Spanish Mission-style fort that was the site of the Battle of the Alamo in 1836. There is a lively gay-friendly district in the Mid-Town area of town (also sometimes called North Central.) Dance Clread more..
Our Gay Realtor San Antonio agreed with the report below about the steadily increasing prices and rebust return of the San Antonio housing market. September was another good month for greater San Antonio’s residential sector, according to the latest analysis by the San Antonio Board of Realtors (SABOR). The median price of a home currently stands at $157,900 — up from a median of $152,500 as of September 2011 and $149,900 as of September 2010, SABOR reports. Over the nine months eread more..
After your house is sold gay realtor San Antonio advises you that you still have work to do. First of all you need to make copies of every single document that relates to the closing of your real-estate deal. Keep these papers very safe in a safety deposit box or even at a bank ~ if you’re fortunate your agent may provide you a copy on a zip drive. If you are the buyer make sure that you put the deed to the property in a safe place. If you are the seller y our need to be diligent becauseread more..