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A split-level home is different from the traditional layout of homes. A traditional home usually comes with two distinct stories, with a full flight of stairs between. On the other hand, a split-level home features more distinct levels, at least three, which are connected by shorter flights of stairs. This style of home became popular in the 1960s because they were designed to fit small and sloped properties which were more common in the suburbs. They are more compact in design compared to a single-story ranch house and feel hip and fresh, perfect for modern house hunters.

Different Types of Split-Level Homes

There are different types of split-level homes.

  • Side Split

With this design, the split levels are visible when looking at the

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San Antonio has earned an amazing reputation when it comes to being an area that most people want to live in. It takes pride in being a huge city, yet having a small-town feel. It is possible to have anything that you need in this location, from downtown bungalows to luxury estates. Indeed, there is a home to call your own, and a neighborhood to feel comfortable in, fit for any type of lifestyle. According to reports, the average cost of a home in this location is around $140,000, covering about 3,000 square feet, with 2 to 3 bathrooms and 4 bedrooms. The following are among the best places to live in San Antonio.

Stone Oak

If you are the type of resident who prefers a suburb feel, then the Stone Oak area can be considered as your home. Stone Oak is

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The shape of the “Bronze bell” we all must have seen, it is akin to the sine wave on the graph paper. Same is the structure of success and failures in every sector of life. A rise in the cast of the Bronze bell depicts the prosperity, contrary to that comes the steep fall in the shape of the bell reflecting the failure or the downfall. In between there exists a constant state the “top of the bell” depicting the stability of both the terms.

But what the bell is suppose to do with the success and failure? The crux of personifying is, neither the rise nor the down fall is forever they are  chasing one and other and are always hand in hand. After every fall there comes a rising time period and after every rise there comes a falling period. The human

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Relocating along with all of your belongings may seem like a tedious task. Indeed, there are so many things you need to declutter, label, pack, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg.

However, preparing for the big day of your move doesn’t have to feel overwhelming; not even the slightest bit. We will arm you with the best moving and packing tips our experts have in their sleeves (and are not selfish to keep them for themselves!)

What you need to do is to plan and organize everything in advance. And here is where we kick in by sharing you all the essential highlights you want to follow.

Finally, you can simply enjoy the beautiful journey which marks the beginning of a new chapter in your life while leaving the annoying fuss behind.

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As a business owner, you stand to gain a lot from saving energy in your office. Aside from cost reduction, an improved image and a cleaner conscience are just some of the benefits of cutting down on energy at work.

However, saving energy is sometimes easier said than done. Here are some things you can do to save energy at work and get all of your employees involved and motivated to achieve this goal.

#1 Assign green monitors.

Have certain people monitor or check energy usage or compliance to your energy-saving measures. Depending on the size and structure of your commercial real estate business, you can assign monitors by floor or department, for example, and have them rotate from time to time.

#2 Award good behavior.

Conduct spot

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San Antonio Downtown

Moving into a new home is always an adventure, and such a move is no different when you’re moving to San Antonio, the seventh largest city in the U.S. and second largest city in Texas. With its massive growth, low living costs, vibrant culture and entertainment scene, it’s no surprise that anyone would seek out San Antonio as a place to start a family.

Use this guide as an overview of what life in San Antonio will be like and the various activities for new homeowners with kids will enjoy.

Basketball

San Antonio’s spectacular sports and interactive festivals


Are you a member of the Spurs nation? If you’re planning to stay in San Antonio, you’ll have to be. With five NBA championships under their belt, the San Antonio Spurs and the WNBA San Antonio

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San Antonio, the seventh-largest city in the United States, is commonly ranked as one of the best U.S. cities to live in. San Antonio’s neighborhoods radiate with culture and many of them have stellar views of the city. There are plenty of things to do in San Antonio neighborhoods, but what are the best neighborhoods in the city and what can you expect to experience in them?

Alamo Heights

Alamo Heights is one of the oldest neighborhoods in San Antonio, and the longevity has bred a unique culture that appreciates the finer things in life. Take a quick walk around the block and you can discover a quaint, upscale neighborhood that has some of the best restaurants, museums, boutiques and bars in San Antonio. Alamo Heights also has Brackenridge Park,

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Need more reasons to love San Antonio? Try these.

A Culture of Business 

San Antonio bills itself as having a culture of business for a reason. The economy is thriving, the job market is alluring (particularly to millennial jobseekers), and development continues at a steady pace. San Antonio is one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States.

Food 

You can’t ‒‒ seriously, can’t ‒‒ get a better, more diverse menu in Texas than in San Antonio. There is, really, everything here. If you want to get a quick bite, done. If you want to impress your date, you will. It’s a cultural smorgasbord of restaurants and cuisines.

History 

Even outside the Alamo, San Antonio is soaked in Spanish, French,

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Booming San Antonio has increasingly incredible city views, but you need to be in a high-rise to see them. And the luxury that comes with high-rise living in Alamo City is unparalleled. If you want the best in San Antonio high-rise living, check out these top buildings:

La Cascada

With 12 stories full of spacious floor plans and sweeping views, La Cascada has become the penthouse of choice in San Antonio. La Cascada is mere blocks from Riverwalk and the Blue Star Contemporary Arts Center. Much of the building has been renovated or built within the last 20 years to offer open floor plans, stylish design, rock fireplaces, full-length windows, and premium fixtures. The building also features a private lobby, garage parking, pool, rooftop views and

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VIP Realty agents are top-producers in their field. Their expertise in the areas of residential real estate, commercial real estate and apartment leasing is unmatched. They simply provide clients with the best service in the business.

If you’re looking to be part of the best residential real estate team in San Antonio, VIP is the right place to be. Or maybe you’re a commercial real estate expert who understands the needs of today’s businesses. Clients are looking for an agent who will have a firm understanding of local leasing conditions and will possess the tools necessary to negotiate a favorable lease or real estate transaction, and VIP’s team is unparalleled.

Or maybe you want to specialize in helping business professionals find short-term

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