San Antonio, Texas Real Estate Blog & Market News - Richard Soto's Blog

How many times has it happened to you that you like a house and the seller told you that it is in good condition and indeed it does look in good condition too but after some time you start to face problems related to sink, leek, cracks on walls and many more. Well obviously there is a way to find out about the quality of the house before you choose to purchase it and that i and what happens during home inspection? To know more through the help of “home inspection”. You must be wondering what home inspection is regarding this topic keep reading this article till the end.    

What Is Home Inspection? 

A home inspector is a professionally qualified person who inspect the entire house and look for the problems that you can not see with your eyes. You…

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If you are planning to relocate to San Antonio and you have children in the family, one of your top concerns is whether the schools in the area are good. It is very typical for parents to make sure that their children get a quality education, especially if they will be exposed to a new place and environment. Well, you should be glad to know that there are several schools in San Antonio where your children can learn and enjoy.

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5 Best School Districts you can Choose from in San Antonio

1. Randolph Field Independent School District

Overall Grade: A+

Randolph Field Independent School District is highly regarded in academics and sports. Elementary students are already exposed to extracurricular activities such as theatre clubs, young…

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Texas is a popular place to live at. A lot of people appreciate the diverse regions of the state, regardless of their preference in climate and way of living. With an affordable cost of living, a friendly culture, and lots of recreation opportunities, Texas continues to capture the interest of many people. Regardless of your age or status, Texas is a good place for you. But where exactly in Texas should you stay? Do you have a particular place in mind right now?

What about San Antonio vs Austin? Have you ever thought of them? Right in the center of the Lone Star State, San Antonio and Austin are two popular cities. San Antonio is marked with lively Hispanic culture that pounds the whole city, while Austin is very vibey. Although the two cities…

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The Riverwalk of San Antonio has been recognized as one of the main charms of Texas. It serves as a magnet for both locals and tourists. If you are looking for a place for a nice night within San Antonio, there is no doubt that the Riverwalk is the best place to be!

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The Beauty of the Riverwalk

The San Antonio Riverwalk covers more than 15 miles of arched bridges and cobblestone walkways. There are also hotels, bars, and restaurants in the vicinity. While walking by the San Antonio River, especially at dusk, you can see the beauty of the hotels and skyscrapers above. The best part? You can see the reflections of these towering heights in the water down below.

There is no doubt that visiting the Riverwalk is a great way to spend a meaningful…

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Living in a big city is not an attractive thing for everyone. However, for those who are open to it, may it be because of a need for employment, or for other reasons, there is no doubt that urban living offer some unique perks.

Best San Antonio Suburbs & Neighborhoods

San Antonio continues to draw in residents every year. What can be expected here? Well, there’s the food, the energy, the ambiance, the arts, and several other interesting things. While there are some drawbacks such as the annoying traffic, high cost for housing, and expensive parking, San Antonio will certainly be able to give that amazing feel.

Of course, if you are not interested in that all-urban-type-of-living, there are suburbs and neighborhoods that you can choose from. In this list, let us take a look at the 10…

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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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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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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.


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.


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

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