Are you looking for homes with land? Anyone who is relocating to South Texas has the opportunity to move to an area which has more than the standard lot size homes.
Many of the areas surrounding San Antonio sell their homes on at least one acre of land. There are a number that are in close commuting to the San Antonio working world so are in high demand.
One of my clients just moved from the north side of San Antonio around Bulverde where they lived in a nice tract home with a wonderful neighborhood. His commute was 21 miles one way a day to downtown SA through horrible traffic. They wanted more room for their children to have a pony or space to run and play or ride a go cart or ATV. They purchased a Floresville home on 2.5 acres with a 20 mile commute with 2 stop lights on his drive. The difference is unbelievable. The basic same miles to commute but the drive time is not only half but much less stressful.
Many of my current clients are actually looking for land to build on or to hunt on. Several servicemen from Randolph are looking for land to hunt upon when they are free on the weekends. One Randolph couple bow hunts so we are looking for that perfect piece of property to bow hunt on. The land in this area wil covered with deer, ferral hogs, and quail and dove and of course, the kids' favorites, possum and coon. As you get further away from San Antonio, the land becomes cheaper as the demand is not as high due to the longer commute.
San Antonio is surrounded by a variety of terrains. The "hill country" has gorgeous views and rocky terrain and the counties of Comal, Kerr, Kendall, Bandera and parts of Medina have this type of terrain. Parts of Medina, Atascosa, Wilson and Guadalupe are more of the level rolling terrain with sand. All the areas have abundant wildlife.
I run ads in the Homes and Land magazine and it is amazing the number of phone calls come in on the land ads in comparison to the homes ads. I think the word "hunt" and "deer" is a absolute magnet to men.
Gotta love it.