at Huebner, Bldg #4, San Antonio, 78204 United States
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I have been in the real estate services business in the San Antonio real estate markets for many successful years and will be here for many more. This longevity and confidence comes from my real estate services to a great many buyers and sellers, and their recommendations to others that result in repeat and referral business that keeps me productive and successful. As a full service San Antonio real estate professional, I work with buyers, sellers and investors in real estate transactions spanning all of the price ranges and property types. Residential Single Family – My residential single family services connect buyers with sellers every day, and I do it with professionalism and a total dedication to my clients. This property type is the majority of my market transactions, but by far not the only one in which I have expertise. Condominiums – While condominiums are residential, they’re a very different market focus, and I am an expert in evaluating condos and helping buyers and sellers to cope with the special financing and homeowner concerns for this property type. Multi–family – Investors are great clients for me. Multi–family properties are a very unique market. The detailed return on investment and valuation calculations investors need to evaluate properties for rental are second nature to me. Commercial – Whether it’s a shopping mall, a small office building or a restaurant space, I'm your commercial property specialist. Contact me for your commercial property needs in the San Antonio real estate markets. Vacant Land – Land is a very special property class. It’s relatively easy to show a gourmet cook a wonderful commercial kitchen in a home and see their eyes light up. It’s more of a challenge to help a buyer or seller to realize the potential in a piece of land. I'm the best at it in the San Antonio real estate markets. Call me at 210-325-6904 or email me to start a discussion of your needs. Or, fill out this quick form and tell me about your property interests and an overview of your needs.
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To gauge whether homes in a particular market are over- or undervalued, Local Market Monitor calculates what it calls the “Equilibrium Home Price,” or the “Income Price.” Essentially, this measure attempts to capture what the average home price for a particular market would be absent speculation and distortions (like the housing crash). This Income Price corresponds to the average income for the area over a multi-year period. “In every market there’s a relatively fixed relationship between home prices and income,” says Winzer. “When prices go above that level, that’s really when markets are overpriced. In this strong real estate recession, prices have gone under this income price.” When homes are under the equilibrium or income price, investors can feel fairly confident that they’ll make a good return. With the recovery getting long in the tooth, there are fewer markets that are undervalued. “Getting a good deal is less likely, frankly,” says Winzer. “But in these markets you’re getting a strong rental stream. So now economic growth is relatively more important.”
According to the National Association of REALTORS®' pending home sales index, home sales are expected to post further gains across the country. The pending home sales index in February surged 12 percent year-over-year and sales of newly built homes in February reached its strongest pace in seven years.In March, sales in San Antonio skyrocketed 17 percent for a total of 2,202 homes sold. Average and median prices as well as price per square foot all increased seven percent from the previous year while days on market dipped to 72 days, a five percent drop from last year. The month reported 3,103 new listings and ended with 2,298 sales still pending.Higher end homes have seen a surge in sales for some time, and March’s sales of home priced over $500,000 jumped up one percent from February for a total of 4.54 percent. Homes priced between $200,000 and $500,000 accounted for 40.83 percent of sales in March and homes under $200,000 made up 54.59 percent of the market.“With tight supply and high demand for homes, 99.9 percent of sellers in March were able to sell their homes for list price,” said Angela Shields, SABOR’s President and CEO. “But even though the market is favorable to sellers right now, we still continue to see a steady flow of houses come on the market which is good news for buyers.”
Let me help to let you know about the current conditions of the market. Together we will analyze what you want and what you need in your next home. I will co-ordinate the work of other needed professionals throughout the process and guide you to homes that fit your criteria and budget. I'll negotiate on your behalf to get you the best deal possible, as well as check and double-check paperwork and deadlines. Through out the process I will inform and discuss with you, and suggest solutions to solve any problems that may arise. Your friend Rosie.