Buyer Incentives Offered By David Weekley Homes San Antonio

For Home buyers registered by their Realtors® between February 1 and May 31, 2017, David Weekly will make a donation to Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Antonio.

Speaking of Realtors®, since 1998, the highly accredited and experienced Realtor® members of Keller Williams Legacy Powerhouse Group have assisted active duty and retired uniformed services home buyers when purchasing David Weekly Homes near the Alamo City’s military installations. Contact the Legacy Powerhouse Group by phone or text at the following numbers – Pat Acquisto (210) 414-9605, Stephanie Kelley (210) 867-8743, Randy Kelley (210) 863-2661, and Cheryl Sepulveda (210) 213-1450. Please contact us for the very best home purchase advice, analysis, and negotiation services.

February 2017 San Antonio Air Force Home Sales

homes-for-sale.jpgIt’s mid-February in San Antonio. The weather has been unusually warm and the home sales market around Lackland, Randolph, and Fort Sam Houston is unusually hot for the season.

2016 saw the most active home sales market in San Antonio’s history. The 2017 home sales market is projected to beat the 2016 market

So, what does that mean for active duty and retired Air Force home buyers and sellers in the San Antonio area?

Those looking to sell a home should be pleased. If the seller has held the home for at least 3 years and assuming good home preparation and adequate marketing, the seller can expect to leave the closing table with money in hand.

Those looking to purchase a home for a bargain price might face a negotiation headwind because it’s a seller’s market, new and resale homes prices are rising rapidly, and the inventory of available homes for sale is dismally low. In fact, it’s been that way around San Antonio for months. Let’s face the facts. Bargain homes are as scarce as hen’s teeth in and around the Alamo City.

Nonetheless, San Antonio homes remain reasonably priced when compared to homes in other large metropolitan markets around the country.

Our advice to both prospective retired and active duty and retired home buyers and sellers is the same.  If selling, ask a good Realtor® to give you a through analysis of your home’s value.  If buying, ask for a comprehensive overview of the home sales market in your preferred search area.

If you’re selling a home, an accurately composed Multiple Listing Service (MLS) listing report attached to a well organized marketing plan is key. Your Realtor® should make sure your listing is broadcast out of the MLS to every prominent internet search engine worldwide.

If you’re buying, rely on your Realtor® to help you find the best listings matching your needs. Your Realtor® is your property value analyst and negotiator. Buying a home involves hours of detailed and diligent hard work. Let your Realtor do the work for you.

Whether buying or selling, we offer our services.

We are Pat Acquisto, Stephanie Kelley, Randy Kelley, and Sheryl Sepulveda – award winning Realtors® of the Keller Williams Legacy’s Group Powerhouse Team, San Antonio, Texas Feel free to contact us at our office at 210 482-3202, or call us at (210) 414-9605 for Pat, (210) 867-9843 for Stephanie, (210) 863-2661 for Randy, and (210) 213-1450 for Sheryl. We hope to hear from you soon.

April 2016 Home Sales Report for Lackland, Randolph, And Fort Sam Houston

mortgage-loan-images.jpgLast year, the neighborhoods near San Antonio’s Military Bases saw historically active home sales. Now, in the the 4th month of 2016, it looks certain that 2016’s home sales record will be easily surpassed by this year’s extraordinary market.

The reason is simple – Texas has a booming economy and it seems everyone wants to relocate to San Antonio. Mix in the existing residents buying homes around town and you have exceptionally active home sales atmosphere.

The impact on San Antonio’s active and retired military families is enormous.

As opposed to the dark days following the 2008 great recession, very few San Antonio military homeowners now owe more on their homes than they are worth. Foreclosures are now rare. Most homeowners who’ve kept their homes in a well maintained condition and held the property for at least 3  years can expect to sell for a profit or at least break even.  Of course, there are some neighborhoods where homes aren’t selling too well but few are near San Antonio’s military bases.

Here is some important information for San Antonio’s military families from, “In the San Antonio area, the majority of homes sold are priced under $200,000.  Homes priced between $200,000 and $500,000 make up approximately 41% of the sales market and homes priced over $500,000 make up only approximately 5% of the Sales.  San Antonio homes sell quickly – presently averaging only around 70 days on the market.  Exceptionally well prepared homes sell much quicker, sometimes going under a firm contract in less than 2 weeks.  This year, there’s been keen competition for the best homes and bidding wars are common.”

So, looking down the road to the July sales peak, what can San Antonio’s active duty and retired Air Force, Army, Navy, and Coast Guard home buyers and sellers expect.

The average home seller can expect to receive high buyer interest, more competition when the new and resale home inventory rises in May and June and perhaps some weakening of the area’s months long seller’s market as more homes come on the market.

The average home buyer can expect to find a satisfactory inventory of available homes, excellent mortgage rates, and a slightly better negotiating posture than has been seen in San Antonio for many months.

If you are contemplating buying or selling a San Antonio area home, April is the time to act.  Contact a realty professional right away to help you. Call on Pat Acquisto, Stephanie Kelley, and Sheryl Sepulveda.  They are award winning Realtors ® of the Legacy Powerhouse Group at Keller Williams Legacy, San Antonio (210) 482-3202 or use the informative features at or their sister site at .  When it comes to buying or selling San Antonio military bases area homes, The Powerhouse Group offers you the exceptional power of its proven performance.

Home For Sale Near Lackland AFB, Randolph AFB, And Fort Sam Houston

18315 Point Bluff Drive, San Antonio, Texas

This fine Sitterle Garden home is listed by Pat Acquisto, Realtor® at Keller Williams Legacy, San Antonio, Texas.  It’s conveniently located near the best commute routes to Lackland AFB, Randolph AFB and Fort Sam Houston.

More information is posted at

Contact a member of the Legacy Power House Group if you want more information about this home for sale or if you’re looking for the most reliable advice or assistance about buying or selling a home near San Antonio’s military bases.  Our highly qualified Legacy Power House Group realty specialists are dedicated to helping San Antonio’s active and retired uniformed services families get the best price, terms, and conditions for their residential realty investment. When it comes to real estate, The Legacy Power House Group offers you the power of positive performance.   Call us at (210) 863-2661 or (210) 867-8743.



Lackland AFB And Randolph AFB Area Nov 2015 Homes Sales Report



First, happy Thanksgiving to one and all!

Now, here’s your November 2015 home sales report for the communities near Lackland AFB, Randolph AFB, and Fort Sam Houston.

If you’re hoping to buy or sell a home near San Antonio’s military bases this fall, you’ll find it’s an unusual realty market for the season.
Usually, in the fall and winter, home sales slow down, the number of available homes rises, and prices moderate. But,  this fall, circumstances are very different.  More homes were sold around the Alamo City’s military bases  in September and October of this year than were sold during the previous record setting months for September and October in 2014. Consequently, because of the unseasonable high demand against low inventory, home prices continue to increase.
Unless there’s an unexpected downturn in the area’s thriving economy, it’s likely that the current aggressive home sales market around Lackland, Randolph, and Fort Sam Houston will last through next summer with home prices rising and the inventory of new and resale homes remaining low.
According to a recent article at, “These factors add up to an unbalanced home sales market. Sellers have the upper hand and should be confident that their San Antonio homes are exceptionally marketable and, if well prepared, will sell quickly.  Buyers can expect to experience frustration with the limited home supply and will find tough negotiations to acquire the home of their dreams.”
If you plan to purchase a newly built home in November and December, keep this in mind.  As the end of the year approaches, look for increased buyer incentives  in the many new home subdivisions near Lackland and Randolph.  That’s because builders are always eager to sell their inventory before the new year.  Although home builders don’t usually haggle on their base prices,  they might be willing to throw in additional incentives to encourage you to buy.  To find out where and by whom new home incentives are being offered, call us.
That’s all for this November’s San Antonio home sales report.
We have specialized in representing San Antonio’ active and retired military families since 1992. If you have home buying or selling questions, need San Antonio area realty or mortgage loan advice or assistance, or just want to learn more about the residential markets around  Lackland, Randolph, and Fort Sam Houston, please contact Stephanie Kelley at
(210) 867-867-8743 or Randy Kelley at (210) 863-2661 or visit our website. Stephanie and Randy are members of the Legacy POWERHOUSE Group, Keller Williams Legacy, San Antonio, Texas. Our group of highly credentialed Realtors®  offers you the power of our proven performance.

to one and all!

October 2015 Lackland And Randolph AFB Home Sales Report

san_antonio_in_the_news_images.jpgIt’s great news for Lackland AFB, Randolph AFB, and Fort Sam Houston area active and retired military families looking to sell or buy a San Antonio area home this fall.

Recently, the San Antonio Board Of Realtors released its third quarter housing report.  It shows an 11 percent increase in the number of homes sold in the areas most attractive to Fort Sam Houston service members, and a 4.8 percent increase in Wilson County subdivisions close to Randolph AFB.  Lackland AFB area subdivisions experienced a 6.7% increase.

With the San Antonio unemployment rate hovering around 3.7%, the increased sales volume is an indicator of the San Antonio metropolitan area’s dynamic economy.  Home foreclosures are down significantly and fewer active duty military families are upside down in their mortgages.  That means fewer military homeowners are resorting to leasing out their homes instead of selling them as short sales or worse – at a loss.

Since the slower fall home sales season has set in, it’s likely the residential market will be slightly better for homebuyers seeking a better deal.  Home value inflation is moderating, there are more homes available to buy, and the San Antonio metropolitan area’s long and strong sellers’ market will likely cool just a little bit until it kicks back into high gear in late February.

So, if you are looking to sell your home soon and you can afford to wait, should you hold off until early next year?  Only if you prefer not to show your home during the holidays.  Otherwise, if you prepare the property well and market your it now, it’s likely it will garner an acceptable offer well before the end of 2015.

If you’re looking to buy a home soon, you should find better conditions when it comes to negotiating a better deal for your new or resale home purchase.

That’s all for our October 2015 Lackland AFB, Randolph AFB, and Fort Sam Houston area homes sales report.  Please contact us if you want more information about home sales in your specific area of interest.

We Stephanie and Randy Kelley, Realtors® at Keller Williams Legacy, San Antonio, Texas.  We have specialized in representing active duty and retired military home buyers and sellers since 1992.  Our Realty Solutions Team will help you get best terms, price, and conditions for your residential realty investment.  Please visit our website or contact us at (210) 863-2661 or (210) 867-8743.



Lackland And Randolph October 2015 Home Sales Report



So far in 2015, the neighborhoods surrounding San Antonio’s military bases and installations have experienced the most vigorous homes sales market since 2006.

San Antonio area home values have risen steadily, particularly during last 18 months, and average list and sold prices of homes near Randolph AFB,  Lackland AFB, and Fort Sam Houston have risen accordingly.  An approximate 6% price increase is likely for the year.  The market has favored sellers over buyers for many months – a situation that’s likely to continue well into the coming year.

Now, as the typical less active fall and winter home sales season sets in, San Antonio’s residential sales activity is projected to cool a bit.  Nonetheless,  because the metropolitan area is attracting so many home buyers this fall, it’s likely the market cool off will be unusually brief.  Barring unforeseen negative changes in the area’s strong and stable economic environment, next year’s spring and summer home sales market should see aggressive buyer competition for available new and resale homes, steadily inflated prices, and high potential for an area wide shortage of homes for sale.

If you are a homeowner considering marketing your home or a home buyer looking for a highly qualified buyer specialist, please contact us.  We are Randy & Stephanie Kelley, Realtors® at Keller Williams Legacy, San Antonio, Texas.  Our Realty Solutions Team has specialized in representing San Antonio’s active duty and retired military families since 1992.  Please visit our website for more information about homes for sale in the Lackland, Randolph, and Fort Sam Houston areas and advice about how to best buy or sell a home in the San Antonio area.







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