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SAN ANTONIO HOMES TODAY - curated by Al Cannistra. Information about San Antonio Homes and the Real Estate Market. #SanAntonioONE #SanAntonioHomesToday #AlCannistra #SanAntonioHomes #HousesInSanAntonio #SanAntonioRealEstate
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This Beer Can-Covered Listing Went Viral

This Beer Can-Covered Listing Went Viral | SAN ANTONIO HOMES TODAY | Scoop.it
Just how many bottles of beer on the wall? You’ll have to see the pictures to believe it.
Al Cannistras insight:

beer can walls????    great place (s) to hide valuables.... as long as you leave a treasure map!   (I do not believe we have anything on the San Antonio MLS that quite matched this - but if y'all have a big party....

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This House Listing Starts Out Normal, but Things Get Weird at Picture 30

This House Listing Starts Out Normal, but Things Get Weird at Picture 30 | SAN ANTONIO HOMES TODAY | Scoop.it
At first, this just seems like an old, interesting brick house, but once you hit picture number 30, things start to get very strange.
Al Cannistras insight:

NOT in San Antonio - but too good to pass up....   I have been a REALTOR for about 15 years now - never had a listing or a purchase quite like this one! Would y'all buy a home with it's own jail?

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Norman Lykes House Returns to Market Asking $8M

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Norman Lykes House Returns to Market Asking $8M | SAN ANTONIO HOMES TODAY | Scoop.it
The curving home exemplifies Wright’s late-career style. But what prompted the huge price increase?
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its in Phoenix and it is almost $8 million bucks - would you buy it?

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20 Best Places To Live on Only a Social Security Check

20 Best Places To Live on Only a Social Security Check | SAN ANTONIO HOMES TODAY | Scoop.it
Texas Tops the List of Best Cities To Live on Social Security
One clear conclusion you can infer from these results would be that there could be state-level policies that help keep costs under control in mid-sized cities. The 20 cities on this list tend to come from the same few places, with just seven states represented in the final ranking. While Texas had the most cities with seven, Indiana was a close second with five while Ohio had another three.

It is also notable — if not surprising — that the cities are not among the largest in their respective states. None of Texas’ cities with a population of a million or more — Houston, San Antonio, Dallas and almost Austin — made the top 20 despite seven other Lone Star State cities being in there.
Al Cannistras insight:

Texas has 7 out of the 20 - check it out......   want to move to San Antonio - check it out -  www.SanAntonio.Homes

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