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Lakehills : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jul 22, 2015
Papayafarmer answered:
People come from the city with more money than sense and pay way too much for a poor piece of property. The Tax Assessors office then thinks that every piece of property is worth that much and raises taxes on everyone elses property accordingly. ... more
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Tue Jan 21, 2014
EdwardsRanch answered:
I am a realtor here..I do not charge my buyer clients any commission. Call me and I will help you find out and purchase if possible! 210..834..4002
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Sat Mar 23, 2013
Larry Wood answered:

Call me and I will tell you who owns the property. Its public record but I don't want to post it online.


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Sat Mar 23, 2013
Don Groff answered:
Not the right forum as Bruce mentioned but using Google will typically get you the answer in most cases for questions like this.
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Sun Feb 24, 2013
Michelle Reichle answered:
We are primarily a irrigation lake,so our levels are always going to fluctuate.Unfortunately we are in a drought pattern,so the lake is not looking its best. Waterfront property prices have continued to drop since 2008,and it is going to be hard to sell those waterfront homes with no water in front of them, this year,as people's confidence in the lake is very low.But when it fills up they will be saying,we wish we had bought while the prices were lower!! We continue to market waterfront homes for sale,many owners do not need to sell,so they will not reduce the price too much,they will just take it off the market until the lake fills up.I do my rain dance every morning,and as a waterfront owner myself,cannot wait to see the levels back again!! ... more
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Thu Feb 21, 2013
Michelle Reichle answered:
Before this home went into foreclosure the home was badly staged and had a huge area that had been used by a builder as a gravel pit when developing the subdivision.The indent made from taking fill from there, covered almost an acre of the 1.96 acres that was for sale.Other agents tried to sell it to buyers as a pond,but it really was too huge for most buyers to take on,especially at a higher price.Also the previous owner had built a garage over the septic tank,this was removed by the bank before being listed as a foreclosure. ... more
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Wed Feb 25, 2009
Michelle Reichle answered:
You can log onto my website at -to see closed listings.Or contact me on (210) 854-3060 for a free market appraisal.I work and live locally and would be happy to assist you. ... more
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