September 2017 San Antonio Home Sales News

san_antonio_in_the_news_images.jpgThere’s lots of good news about home buying selling in and around San Antonio.

First, the 2017 home sales high season ended in July.  That means the inventory of available homes for sale is increasing,  seller asking prices are moderating, and buyers are likely to gain a little more leverage in making their offers.  That doesn’t mean that the San Antonio’s protracted home seller’s market is over.  It’s just not quite as strong.  So, when it comes to negotiating,  home sellers will likely remain in the driver’s seat for many more months to come.

Why is San Antonio’s home sales market so strong this year?  It’s because there’s lots of positive economic and demographic news for the entire south Texas area.  The Texas Triangle area between San Antonio, Dallas and Houston has 66% of Texas’ population – about 18 million people.  It has had 80% of the state’s population growth since 2000, accounts for 77% of the state’s economy, and has a job growth rate that’s 3 times that of New York and 5 times that of Los Angeles.  53 of the nation’s Fortune 500 Companies are headquartered in Texas Triangle cities.  Two of the nation’s five largest metropolitan areas are located within the triangle — the first time in history that one state has dominated the nation’s urban centers.

So, what does that mean for San Antonio families when it’s time to sell or buy a home?  Simply this.  Of the three major metropolitan home markets in the Texas Triangle, San Antonio’s market presently is the most stable and offers some of the best prepared most affordable homes around.  Although homes will sell slower during the fall and winter sales season, there are still many quality homes for sale and the market has room to add more homes to the inventory.   So, if you are considering selling your home or buying a home, don’t hesitate – the market is still right for you.

If you’re looking to sell or buy a San Antonio area home or if  want to know more about the home sales markets near Randolph AFB, Lackland AFB, and Fort Sam Houston, contact a Realtor ® member of our award winning Legacy Power House Team at  Keller Williams Legacy, San Antonio.  Pat Acquisto, Stephanie Kelley, Randy Kelley and Sheryl Sepulveda offer you their many years experience in residential sales and marketing.  Remember, if you don’t know real estate, know a Realtor® and if a member of our Legacy Power House team says it’s so, it’s so.  Call us at 210 863-2661, 210 867-9743, or 210 482-3202.   Visit our website at





20803 Las Lomas Blvd For Sale Near Randolph AFB

m_P_1499902933388_20803_Las_Lomas_San_Antonio_TX_MLS_Size_003_14_Front_640x480_72dpi20803 Las Lomas Blvd is an exceptionally well maintained home  in the popular Stone Oak area of San Antonio, Texas.  It’s conveniently located near the best shopping, eating, and entertainment venues in north central San Antonio.  It offers an approximate 20 minute drive to Randolph AFB, Fort Sam Houston, and downtown San Antonio.  Sea World and Fiesta Texas are not far away.  If you’re looking for convenience and comfortable living in a stylish home, this is the one for you.  Listing details are at

The property is brought to you by Stephanie Kelley, Realtor®,  of the Legacy Powerhouse Group, Keller Williams Legacy, San Antonio, Texas.  You can contact Stephanie at (210) 867-8743 or (210) 863-2661.  The Legacy Powerhouse Group specializes in the meeting the residential realty needs of active duty and retired families of all of our nation’s uniformed services.





PCS’ing and Pets

IMG_1792I think the hardest part about keeping up a blog about military relocation and PCS’ing is the number of topics to choose from! Over the years I have discovered that there are so many areas of our lives that are impacted by frequent moves – even ones you wouldn’t normally consider. When we moved from Fort Sill, Oklahoma to Presidio of Monterey in California we discovered that our French Bulldog Bubba was prone to anxiety attacks while travelling. He would get carsick and woozy and begin to hyperventilate. My husband, needless to say, was thrilled when Bubba had to sit on his lap through New Mexico and Arizona in the middle of summer with the window open!

Since that time, we have PCS’d twice more with pets. If I had known then what I know now, I would have done the following:

  1. Make sure all shots are up to date and keep copies of EVERYTHING with the records you are travelling with
  2. Check if your pets need to be licensed at your new place of residence
  3. Micro-chip! Pets have been known to wander off  and get lost when they are enroute or at the new location. And don’t forget to update your contact information.
  4. Find a good kennel and vet in your new town. Word of mouth is the best way to identify these. Feel free to drop me a comment if you want to know more about those in my area.
  5. Get pet prozac if you think they’ll need it! You can take the edge off your pet’s anxiety with a quick trip to the vet for a prescription.
  6. Be sure you plan your route carefully – stay in pet friendly hotels. This one is a biggie because not all base lodging allowed pets when we made our trek cross-country. Here is a helpful link

Those are my top six! In addition are the obvious – enough food for travel, water bowls & bottled water, & don’t forget their leashes! Happy Traveling!

Budget Home With Pool Near Randolph AFB And Ft. Sam Houston


Listed for only $76,000

This Randolph AFB and Ft. Sam Houston area single family detached residence is an exceptional find for the buyer seeking a budget priced home including its own pool.  The Randolph AFB and Ft  Sam Houston commissaries and the San Antonio Military Medical Center (SAMMC) are close by.

The property is listed by Todd Avery, Realtor ®, Phyllis Browning Company, San Antonio, Texas

Contact Randy Kelley, Realtor ® , 210 -863-2661 or Stephanie Kelley, Realtor ® , 210-867-9743, for more information or an appointment to visit this or any San Antonio Air Force Bases area home for sale.



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