Tag Archives: San Antonio
San Antonio Real Estate News: HuffPo Features 1970s Time Warp in Castle Hills Listed by Kuper Realty
This listing from Diana Gonzalez of Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty out of San Antonio is making the rounds at HuffPo and Curbed. It’s an incredibly preserved 1970s mecca that will have you doing the “Time Warp.”
Clients expect agents to know everything about the process of buying and selling a home, but with the constant regulatory changes and market adjustments … well, it’s best to stay abreast of everything, right?
Good Luck Finding a House! Forbes Ranks Dallas as Third-Fastest Growing City Behind Houston And Austin
As Candy already mentioned, pre-owned inventory is scary low, which is driving prices up for Dallas properties. Sure, demand means a seller’s market, but what about all of the folks that are either being born or moving to Dallas? That’s putting our housing market in a tough spot! Several big corporations have moved to Dallas in recent years — Comerica Bank being one of the largest — which has made move-in ready pre-owned homes sell like hotcakes. Continue reading
Maybe it’s just because I haven’t worked in any truly beautiful structures, but I would never model my home after a former workplace. Who wants to go home and be reminded of work?
Emily Sano did.
After working at Fort Worth’s Kimbell Art Museum for about 10 years, Sano accepted a position at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco. Still, she remained heartsick for the place where she spent many a day admiring the light and flow of the Louis Khan-designed museum, says this piece from the Wall Street Journal. Continue reading
This is one of those “Thank God we live in Texas” days. Yep, ran across this nugget from Forbes.com on the cities with the most construction: if construction starts are a leading economic indicator, then we are in hog heaven. Three Texas metros are leading as far as construction starts and made it on the top twenty: Dallas, Houston, San Antonio. Dallas, no surprise to anyone, is number two right behind New York City with $9.5 billion yes billion with a b in new construction starts. Houston was number four, number five was Washington, D.C. and that dosn’t count because it’s all our tax dollars at work, number six is Chicago which is my home town and pretty perky last time I was there, but it’s also benefitting from the largesse of President Obama right now: