T, Both Buyer and Seller in 78666

What is the current price trend for the home prices in San Marcos, TX? Is San Marcos considered a good place?

Asked by T, 78666 Sun Nov 11, 2007

to buy? And.... What are the benifits/drawbacks from purchasing in the Historic Distric of San Marcos?

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Betina Forem…, Agent, Austin, TX
Mon Oct 5, 2009
Dear T,
Historic homes have an appeal that no new home can match. There are buyers that will only consider homes built from 1800-1940's. There is an amazing 1870's home that just sold in Austin for $825K. The demand is there.
Sincerely,
Betina
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Kirsten Tait, , Austin, TX
Mon Jan 28, 2008
Hello T,

San Marcos is still very affordable and lends itself easy access San Antonio and even easier to Austin, making it a great place to live/commute from. The demographics indicate a split between students and retired people as the larger groups there. If you purchase a home that is designated Historical, there are certainly significant tax benefits. If you are looking for investment property, there are plenty of students to cater to, and the enrollment at Texas State continues to increase, indicating a good for return on the investment when you sell.

Best Regards,

Kirsten Tait
Keller Williams Realty
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Bruce Lynn, Agent, Coppell, TX
Sun Nov 11, 2007
Check out http://rereport.com/sdc/monthly/san_marcos.html . Prices are fairly stable. Buyers are typically interested in quality at this point and not always potential. Nice area with steady growth prospects. Likely not set to go up 25% a year like CA, but more of a slow, steady, controlled and stable growth is likely due to proximity to Austin and both population and job growth.
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