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December 2008

Found 3 blog entries for December 2008.

San Antonio Real Estate has a very progressive real estate market. You may wonder what has San Antonio possesses to draw many people to want to relocate and settle permanently in this part of Texas. Undeniably, economic opening is the compelling force that has contributed to the consistent job growth, and the city’s over-all financial strength. 

Different factors add to the progressive growth of the San Antonio real estate market. Among these are the strong economy and manpower supply of San Antonio, outstanding weather, and low cost of living. Many are encouraged to purchase a residential house in San Antonio because these houses are so affordable, about thirty percent lower than the national average. These houses are a lot cheaper than the houses of

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Buying and selling land in Texas has always be a very exciting thing, since the real estate market in this State is very dynamic and active, despite the general skepticism because of the current economical situation. San Antonio TX is one of the areas that have been expanding and its market has been progressively growing, due to a combination of factors, such as the relatively low cost of life, the friendly weather, it’s convenient location and active economy.

What more to ask for a good quality of life? San Antonio and its surroundings offer a great variety of beautiful houses and most importantly in very affordable prices. According to researches and statistics of the Economic Development Foundation, prices in San Antonio houses are more than 25%

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It is a nerve-rattling experience - a home inspection on your home! If you are like most sellers, you may be more than a bit nervous when the home inspection rolls around. As most people know, a home inspection can make or break your San Antonio real estate transaction. Although there's not much you can do regarding the unknown, there are a few simple tips that can make the home inspection process a bit more pleasant:

  1. Clean up! This may sound simple, but the first thing you need to remember is that a home inspector's first impression of your home can often create an impression in his or her mind. A clean house, for example, evokes a feeling that the homeowner takes pride in his or her home and that basic maintenance has been taken care of.
  2. Assemble
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