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We see the strangest things as we drive through San Antonio neighborhoods.  I always notice this home as their neatly trimmed and shady yard and the brick of the home juxtaposed against the black shutters always looks so appealing, but this time there was something new in the yard...   A Porta Po...
07/25/2010
Here in the greater San Antonio, Texas area the market is moving!  This great 3 bedroom 2 bath Universal City home (right next to San Antonio and convenient to both Randolph AFB and Brooks Army Medical Center/Fort Sam Houston) just closed escrow this week and the new owners will be ready personal...
07/25/2010
Chronicling the continuing progress on a home built from the ground up.  After the Builder has completed setting the forms for the foundation, then completing the foundation infrastructure and the rough plumbing for water and sewer, they are finally ready to pour the slab.  We go from this: To th...
07/25/2010
Today, as I was posting a listing as "sold", I cruised through the new listings on the San Antonio MLS as is my daily habit.  They had the usual amusing turns of a phrase, overused hyperbole, unusual sentence structure and typos:    PERFECTLY BALANCED ARCHITECTURE MAKING QUITE A STATEMENT.  (I ca...
07/23/2010
As many of you know, Steve and I decided to sell our residence this year and move to a different neighborhood.  Although our current home was but in 2004 and is very nice, we wanted to have more downstairs space for entertaining and more of the "look" of our prior home - dark cabinetry and a larg...
07/18/2010
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It has been such an unusually hot day here in San Antonio and I felt a little cooler when I happened across this photo of one of our new Buyer's backyard.  The shade will make it a cool summer spot for entertaining - especially after the cedar is cleared from the lot. Unfortunately, the landscapi...
07/18/2010
Chronicling the continuing progress on a home built from the ground up.  After, the home is "sited" (positioned(, on lot, the the lot is cleared and initial grading takes place. The Builder begins setting the forms for the foundation.  San Antonio Buyers are sometimes surprised to find that there...
07/17/2010
There is always something interesting to see when we are on a building site here in San Antonio, Texas.  On this project, nothing is really wrong, but the Sheetrock was not yet cut out for the window.  It can be a heart-stopping moment for those who aren't used to the construction process I'm gra...
07/16/2010
We receive some interesting comments to this series of posts that explore little known facts for Home Sellers in San Antonio, Texas (and other great towns), so here's another scintillating fact or two: Unless your Toilet is cold (or sensitive about balding), it's time to remove the fuzzy lid cov...
07/15/2010
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I just received an e-mail from a former client who writes for a newspaper in another city.  Periodically, this individual writes articles about San Antonio, Texas;, so they sent me a note inquiring about our "insider knowledge of the city" and the "secret, special places" that we take clients.  ...
07/13/2010
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