Wayne Johnson REALTOR in San Antonio Texas writes about buying and selling real estate in the San Antonio area.
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Looks like a peacock. A little rain really spruces up the vegetation. Mountain cedar is starting to hit those with allergies pretty hard around here.
Whether you are doing a For Sale By Owner (FSBO) or on a MLS, pictures of your active listings should be current. So remember, if you added holiday decor photos for your listings on websites, rotate them out during the next couple of weeks. When it's late January or later and the Santa Claus figu...
From time-to-time I get a list in my e-mail that is part humor and part truth. The following list its that description. The information is attributed to a professor at the Univesity of Missouri-St. Louis. 21 THINGS YOUR BURGLAR WON'T TELL YOU: 1. Of course I look familiar.I was here j...
"There's no need to fear, Underdog is here." I remember that tag line from the Underdog cartoon show. It's often said, Americans have a spot for the underdog. Well, that's probably true, sometimes. I remember thinking when I first became a Realtor, "Will anyone let me help them with their real...
This shot was taken yesterday in northern Bexar County. I was out checking a MacMillan Homes development north of Timberwood Park. Three deer (I was only able to get two in the photo) were out for a stroll.
Current Number of Homes Available in Timberwood Park 76 Asking Price Range From $185,000 1,951 square feet To $485,000 4,426 square feet Asking Price By $100K Strata -$185K-$199K ...
Most of us understand that a good credit score is worth money. A higher score generally means you get more favorable credit terms (lower interest rates). That's money in your pocket. Whether you are a first time home buyer or a multiple time home buyer, your credit scores are important if you are...
November was a pretty low activity month for The Vineyard, one of San Antonio's great North Central Communities. Three (3) homes were sold, all in The Renaissance subdivision. The Renaissance area was the last of the Vineyard are...