Is there any evidence of rehabilition in the Government Hill area of San Antonio?

Asked by David, San Antonio, TX Wed Aug 22, 2007

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Shail Patel, Agent, San Antonio, TX
Tue Jan 1, 2013
Hello David,

Government Hill is in the process to some great changes. There are already new developments in the work and many more in the talks. The location is so ideal for many families and I can not wait to see the changes.

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Ryan Harthan, Agent, Saint Petersburg, FL
Sun Nov 18, 2012
Government Hill is in for some big changes. San Antonio's plan for uptown shows that there is going to be a lot of new development in this area.…

As far as rehabbing is concerned, check out where you're buying at.
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nrp, Renter, 78226
Thu Nov 15, 2012
Some homes are being rehabbed; but be wary, some rentals are just being given superficial "facials" and rents are being raised. Check that hings like electrical and plumbing is being brought up to current code. If you're buying, get proof that renovations have been torn down to the ribs and built back up. These homes need complete restoration from the internal to the outside, they are old.
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Jason Campbe…, Agent, San Antonio, TX
Mon Jan 31, 2011
Yes... we are "re-habbing" a home right now in Government Hill... :)
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Alex-jon, , Seattle, WA
Tue Aug 28, 2007
Yes! As someone who grew up in the neighborhood and whose family still owns a house there, I can say that yes, indeed, they are fixing up the neighborhood slowly but surely. Civil works like drainage and sidewalks, personal works like home improvement, and the building of a large clutch of development on the west end of the neighborhood that looks to bring luxury apartments to the area should make home values increase. They already have, in fact, to the point that a lot of land owners and speculators have lightened their ballast by selling homes well above their value from just 5 years ago.
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