Explore Olmos Park, TX
By Mike Pannell
(Nu Home Source Realty LLC)
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The history of Texas is known and relived through the several landmarks found within the state, as well as the many cities and suburbs that lie within the state. San Antonio offers one of the richest historical cultures to the state, with a very diverse and tumultuous histories and developments through the many years. The Spanish city of San Antonio was originally developed near the San Antonio River, as well as the San Pedro Creek, based around the San Fernando Cathedral, creating the downtown section of San Antonio, and also a flood plain. When the heavy rains came, the area would be known to flood severely, causing many neighborhoods to be developed on the outer boundaries of the city, including Olmos Park. Known as the “city of comfort and happiness”, Olmos Park is one of the highe...
By Frank Zeno
(Integrity Realty)
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The Percentage of people moving has sightly increase,after a historic slow down. Most demographic groups saw a small increase, in U.S. migration Why do we move? There are many factors in why we choose to travel and relocate. To other places which are better, bigger or can afford a better opportunity,whether it is across town, within the same state, or across the country.  After hitting a 60-year low, the share of Americans who moved edged upwards last year again, but they do not go far, people are taking fewer chances, the reason been the wreaking housing market, jobs,and lack of opportunity in the down turn in the economy. "This is the absolute worst time to lose our residential mobility," said Richard Florida, a professor of U.S. urban theory at the University of Toronto, citing the ...
By Frank Zeno
(Integrity Realty)
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  12 Hidden Costs of Homeownership   As the spring season gets underway, many Americans will be looking to take advantage of the lower real estate prices, attractive mortgage rates, and federal tax credit by purchasing a home. But remember: Not all of the costs associated with homeownership are reflected in the listed price.  Indeed, many buyers -- particularly first-time buyers -- may be surprised by the amount of cash they'll need to set aside for housing-related expenses that they hadn't previously considered. These often-overlooked expenses can include everything from title insurance to lawn mowing. To give would-be home buyers a better sense of the budget they'll need to buy and maintain a home, U.S. News spoke with a handful of real estate experts and compiled a list of 12 hidden ...
By Frank Zeno
(Integrity Realty)
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Program Will Pay Homeowners to Sell at a Loss   by David StreitfeldMonday, March 8, 2010 In an effort to end the foreclosure crisis, the Obama administration has been trying to keep defaulting owners in their homes. Now it will take a new approach: paying some of them to leave.  This latest program, which will allow owners to sell for less than they owe and will give them a little cash to speed them on their way, is one of This latest program, which will allowthe administration's most aggressive attempts to grapple with a problem that has defied solutions. More than five million households are behind on their mortgages and risk foreclosure. The government's $75 billion mortgage modification plan has helped only a small slice of them. Consumer advocates, economists and even some banking ...

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