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June 2011

Found 2 blog entries for June 2011.

Frederick Terrell started this small city back in the 1920s, and promoted the community as a residential paradise close to San Antonio. They were once almost taken over by the City of San Antonio when an annexation was passed, but it was done illegally, and Mr Terrell fought the action in court, and it was thrown out. Today this independent community which is also next door neighbors with Alamo Heights has a rich heritage of homes that date back ninety years, and is intermingled with all the styles that took us through the post World War II era, and mid-century modern home architecture as well. The pricing structure of single family homes in Terrell Hills shows that this suburb starts at middle to upper middle class pricing. A newlywed couple wanting to…
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Currently the real estate business all over America has been showing signs of picking up steam again, but not in the traditional sense. You might say that large warehouse manufacturing real estate is not the typical hot spot any longer, but short term leasing to fulfill local or federal contracts with the government have been helping build up the San Antonio commercial real estate market currently.

The reasons vary for large parcels not being needed any longer, but the main one is that outsourcing to other countries is still a less expensive alternative than creating the same products locally. San Antonio is starting to show up on the business real estate radar a little more frequently, as the city offers a combination of low cost of doing business, and

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