How long are resale homes on the market in San Antonio? What are the best school districts?

Asked by Melissa, Dallas, TX Fri Mar 28, 2008

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Jim Johnson, , 78233
Sat Mar 29, 2008
Add Shertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD to the list that Josh mentioned, but ratings for individual schools within districts vary. You can access the Web sites for the districts, and review reports for each of the schools within each district from the "Area Info" page of my web site.

As for days on the market, the CDOM is too broad a statistic to be useful for anything but a measure of overall trends. For that matter, averages and medians for subdivisions are not particularly useful to anyone but agents, and especially so for the present. The market is beginning to turn around, and sales of existing homes should pick up soon.

If you are in the market to buy a home, and looking for an edge, you need a buyers' agent who knows which levers to pull to negotiate the best terms.
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Dallas Texas, Agent, Dallas, TN
Fri Mar 28, 2008
You need to focus your request done to certain areas to determine the days on the market for any property. All properties and price range will vary. The more expensive a home is the longer it on the market,
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Josh M. Boggs, Agent, San Antonio, TX
Fri Mar 28, 2008
Hi Melissa,

Currently, if I pull up the average cumulative days on market report for ALL Solds in MLS, we are avg. still around 90 - 100 days. However, we just instituted the CDOM or Cumulative Days on Market that is trying to add ALL days an actual house has been on the market regardless of brokerage and status. Usually, that's what we would call "Adjusted Days on Market". I would say if you add Adjust. w/ DOM it would be more like 145 days on market!

Best school districts: You might find that the NEISD (North-East Independent), NISD, and Alamo Heights Districts have the highest rep. You can also check it out at http://www.greatschools.net.

Hope that helps
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