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We are so glad our friend recommended Deborah to be our agent to sell our house. She is very knowledgeable about how to prepare and price a house for the San Antonio market. This was the sixth time that we have moved and sold a house and it was the smoothest sale because of Deborah. You couldn't go wrong with her as your agent. Sue Brewer
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One of the first things my broker told me when I came on board with JBGoodwin REALTORS is that I need to be a resource for my clients. How true this is! The buying and selling process and the ins and outs of home ownership are too many for any one person ... Read more

Inventory Remains Low

We have been in a seller's market for the last 6 years. A seller's market is a market with less than 6 months of inventory for sale. The San Antonio Board of Realtors® (SABOR) reports that May 2017 had 3.7 months of inventory. (May 2016 also r... Read more

Home Inspection on New Construction

Yes. Get the home you're having built inspected, and inspected throughout the building process. An inspector Facebook friend of mine recently posted a picture of missing flashing around a chimney in new construction. I can imagine a scenario where in... Read more

May 2017 SABOR Report

The San Antonio Board of Realtors® (SABOR) released statistics for May 2017. Below is a summary of the report. Total Sales 3,133 (11% increase over May 2016) Average Price $256,263 (5% increase over May 2016) Median Price $219,700 (5% increase ov... Read more

Why Get a Home Inspection

That house sounds like a death trap! My friend’s son-in-law is in the construction business, so he quickly saw the problem on the fixer-upper he was considering when he went into the attic. All houses have vent pipes, for example, for plumbing. In ... Read more

New Developments in Hemisfair Park

San Antonio’s Tower of the Americas is surrounded by the Hemisfair Park and has long been iconic for the city. Early this February, the City Council approved a plan to funnel a private investment of approximately $200 million into the 1968 World&... Read more

San Antonio Rodeo Opens Today

The San Antonio Rodeo has been around for a long time and is held at the Joe and Harry Freeman Coliseum. Construction of the Coliseum began in January of 1948, and it houses a diversity of events. Joe Freeman, noted as an early proponent of the movement t... Read more

San Antonio is Growing

San Antonio is growing by leaps and bounds, and the San Antonio International Airport is expanding its service. A report last Wednesday revealed that Frontier would be adding 3 nonstop flights to Chicago beginning on April 23 as well as reinstating nonsto... Read more

San Antonio Named Numero Uno in Romantic Cities

San Antonio was just named the most romantic city in the U.S. according to a list released by Amazon compiled from sales data from over 10,000 cities. The sales used to develop the list include romance novels, romantic movies and music, and more. That San... Read more