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Wed Mar 5, 2014
Louann Hawkins answered:
I would be happy to help you. Boerne is a beautiful place to live. Call me at 210-343-9435 or go to my web site to see properties right away http://boernesanantoniohomes.kwrealty.com/
Louann Hawkins
Keller Williams Boerne Realty
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Sat Jul 27, 2013
rhbkrbrtsn answered:
yes. husband just hired for job in Boerne, TX.
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Fri Nov 8, 2013
Sheri Bailey answered:
Ronda,

Historically low interest rates and a side of San Antonio that's not growing "quite" as fast as the San Marcos/New Braunfels side makes it a great time to sell a lovely ranch home here in Boerne. As you know, we are less than an hour from historic Fredericksburg and Kerrville, but a quick drive (15 minutes during the day) from some of the best shopping in San Antonio at La Cantera and The Rim. While we love selling Boerne, shhhh, we don't want the whole world to know about us! Give me a call if I can help you in any way.

Best!
Sheri
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Wed Jun 12, 2013
Louann Hawkins answered:
I love living in Boerne.i think its a beautiful place to live. Call me and we can look in many areas here to find what you are looking for.
210 343 9435
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Tue Nov 6, 2012
Alison Hillman answered:
Hey there-

Just email us, we are happy to fill you in! Customerservice@trulia.com or call 888-466-3501

Best,
Ali, Community Manager
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Tue May 8, 2012
Connie Mitchell answered:
When clients come to me looking for a rental I check the local multiple listing service, local news papers and believe it or not Craig's list. A Realtor in that area should have some great info for you and you can research the others as well. Good luck! ... more
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Sat Jan 28, 2017
Cathy McCanless answered:
Hi,
Comfort, Leon Springs, Boerne, Bandera. Any of those are great satellite communites of San Antonio. They are on the edge of the Texas Hill Country so the views are incredible. This area is where I work and live. You can call me or go to www.sellingthehillcountry.com to learn more. Good luck ... more
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Wed Mar 5, 2014
Will Ochse answered:
I'm not sure exactly what the cost, but I do have a very reliable vendor that I use for these exact purposes. Shoot me an e-mail or a message and I'll send you his contact information. ... more
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Mon Oct 24, 2011
Krishna Perkins answered:
If you have a property in mind I would talk to my insurance company before I did anything. They should be glad to help you research a property. They can even tell you what claims have been made in the last five years for the property. If it's just broad flood plain info you need check the FEMA website. ... more
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Sat Feb 9, 2013
Monir Mamoun answered:
In Boerne, anything less than the average of $254 is probably good. That's a figure coming from Trulia. So you can use that as a proxy for construction expense as well as what you should aim for to have the best shot of recovering your money. Of course it all depends on fixtures and other trimmings, as well as specific characteristics of the parcel which may make it more or less expensive to develop. It's just a guideline. Follow the link for more information. ... more
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Sun Nov 15, 2009
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Wed Jun 12, 2013
Sally Taylor, GRI answered:
Absolutely!! Excellent schools & easy access to IH-10. Close to Medical Center, The Rim & Shops at La Cantera. 2 golf courses & new tennis club make this an ideal community for both families & retirees. Let me know if I can assist you.

Sally Taylor
sallyt@gvtc.com
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Fri Mar 23, 2012
Gregory Saunders answered:
Joe:

What you bid on a home is completely up to you and your budget. Of course, Fannie is going to try and get as much as they possibly can for the property. However, when Fannie asked all bidders to submit their final and best it looks like you responded and even raised your offer. The question is did Fannie reject or accept your offer?

I'm sure that their asset managers have a specific number already in mind for this property. The question I always ask my clients is "How bad do you want this home?" Then reflect that in your offer. It could be that Fannie felt that all the bids were too low and are rejecting them all as indicated by your statement that the home is on the tax rolls for $120k more than your bid.

Buyers have to also be realistic...there is a big difference between getting a great deal vs giving the property away. The banks are not in the charitable contribution business. Re-visit the situation and your bid. Your agent should be able to assist.
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Wed Jan 7, 2009
Josh M. Boggs answered:
Cherri,

That could depend on a couple of different reasons. Perhaps that listing agent has not made the adjustment on her own personal site that Trulia feeds off of. KW has a internal listing service that Trulia picks up on and that's how KW get's their listings on there. If that agent has not made the change on that KWLS, then that could be your answer. It does show a price of $197,500. on the MLS.

God Bless,
Josh
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Wed Jun 12, 2013
Kevin Freeman answered:
Your home recently sold for $127.49 per sq ft. One other home in the neiborhood sold in the $138/sq ft range last year. The 2007 year was a more active year than the 2008 year. This home was over an acre larger, which taken into account would reduce the sq ft price down to the $ 129/per sq ft range and closer to what you got for your home. There is currently two other homes on the market, but they have not sold as of today. The asking price shows a $ 150.00/per sq ft range, but again they have not sold and the market is certainly a buyers market. ... more
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Thu Jan 13, 2011
Josh M. Boggs answered:
Janat,

I apologize for the delay in seeing your question.

Downtown Boerne is a little outside of my service area, but I can get you someone who could really help you with any rental needs you may have in Boerne. If you would like, contact me and I'll get you in touch with someone from our Boerne office. Hope that helps. ... more
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