Bulverde, Texas – The Front Porch of the Texas Hill Country
About Bulverde, Texas
Just north of San Antonio on 281 and quite a bit outside 1604, you’ll find the city of Bulverde, Texas.
According to Wikipedia, the population in the 2010 census of Bulverde was 4,630 and is part of the San Antonio Metropolitan Statistical Area (SMSA). It’s located in Comal County that is the second fastest growing county in the United States. Drive down the Interstate 35 corridor away from San Antonio or towards San Antonio and you’ll see the traffic influx. Or drive away from San Antonio on 281 – ditto! By the way, San Antonio is located in Bexar County.
Northwest and North Central San Antonio Neighborhoods
Wondering what the northwest side and north central San Antonio neighborhood areas are like? I’ll give you information on these areas what happened recently.
Northwest Side San Antonio Area Neighborhoods
If you work downtown, living in northwest San Antonio neighborhoods is a great area to live but then again, I am partial as I live in this area. Remember that downtown is only 20 minutes away. There are so many restaurants and grocery stores. You can hit the Leon Creek Greenway to take a walk or ride your bike. Continue reading
Here’s the Low-down on the True Cost of Living in San Antonio
How much does it cost to live in San Antonio? Is it the right move for you? Although it’s a GREAT place to live, let’s examine some of the real costs of living in San Antonio.
Cost of Living in San Antonio: Cost of Homes
If you’re thinking of purchasing a home, how much does that actually cost in San Antonio and what does that buy? Purchasing a home will be one of the largest investments to compare for your cost of living in San Antonio. In July of 2020, our median price for a home was $255,000 while the average was $299,788. Of course there are a lot of variables, but here are a couple of examples that come close to these prices.
What’s it Like Living in San Antonio? Top Ten Reasons to Move Here.
Is living in San Antonio calling to you? What an exciting time. You are thinking of moving to San Antonio – a city with lots of history. What will it be like to make San Antonio your home? You’ll have plenty to do from visiting the famous Alamo, the River Walk and Hemisfair Park, home of the 1968 World’s Fair and now a park with a master plan. How does 50 golf courses sound? Or enjoy the parks plus 140 miles of outdoor trails. Consider the top 10 reasons why living in San Antonio is perfect for you.
Visit this beautiful home in Rogers Ranch in San Antonio Saturday, 2/22 from 2 to 4
Open House at 18534 Canoe Brook, San Antonio, TX 78258
It’s Time to File Your Bexar County Homestead Exemption for 2020
It’s that time of the year again when it’s time to file your Bexar County Homestead Exemption.
Did you own your home on January 1st?
If you owned your home and occupied it on January 1st of a given year, you can file your exemption for that year. If you purchased a home in 2020, as an example, but it was after January 1st, then you will qualify the following year. However, this may vary based on the exemption(s) you qualify for. Also note that it must be your primary residence and the application must be filed before your district’s deadline in April.
Visit this open house close priced at $212,000 in San Antonio 2/8 & 2/9 from 3 to 5
Visit this open house in Castle Hills Forest in San Antonio Saturday, 11/9 from 12 to 3
2603 Quail Knoll in San Antonio is Open this Saturday, November 9th, 2019 from 12 to 3
It’s a find! This four bedroom home has just become available for sale in the much sought-after neighborhood of Castle Hills Forest.
Visit this open house close to the Medical Center in San Antonio 11/2 & 11/3 from 11 to 1
Villa de San Antonio: Senior Living Apartments and Cottages
Tucked away from main roads yet close to Huebner and Babcock is the beautiful Villa de San Antonio senior community. Their address is 8103 North Hollow and they are close major hospitals and lots of shopping.