Friday, August 11, 2017

Homes near Randolph Air Force Base in San Antonio.

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Homes near Randolph Air Force Base in San Antonio

Why do Military Families Live here? 

Homes by Randolph Air Force Base are conveniently located to minimize the commute time to and from the base.  There is a home for every budget in most of the neighborhoods in the Randolph area.  The base itself is just part of the San Antonio  metropolitan area and is conveniently located at the corner of Anderson Loop 1604 and FM 78.

No Down Pyment VA Loans near Randolph Air Force Base
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What is the Area Like around Randolph Air Force Base?
Just outside the main gate and across Anderson Loop 1604 is the San Antonio Community College if you are interested in furthering you education.  We also have colleges and universities not far away.  If you would rather go shopping or dining, The Forum and Rolling Oaks Mall are just around the corner.  Ikea will be coming soon and will be located minutes from the base as well.

What Schools will the Kids Attend?

Once you are on our website and you narrow down your choices of neighborhoods, you can go to the Market Insider tab and click on Local Schools to give you a good idea of the schools in the area.
We’ll be waiting for you when it’s time to make the move.  

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Don't loose Your Cool!!

Real Estate News August 2017

No AC? No Problem: 5 Cooling Tips for Summertime
If air conditioning your home seems like a far-off dream, you’re not alone. Each summer, thousands of Americans battle the heat in their homes, especially at night. Below are a few helpful tips to help you stay cool all summer if you AC isn’t working.

Point that fan out. It might feel good to have air blow over you as you sleep, but to cool your room quicker without AC, grab a boxy window fan and point it out, not in. This will pull warm air from the room and push it outside.

Reverse ceiling fans. In the summer, program your ceiling fans to run counter-clockwise. This will pull hot air up and out, instead of blowing the warm air on you.

Choose the right bedding. When it comes to staying cool during those hot summer nights, cotton is the way to go. Choose a light sheet made of 100 percent cotton, and avoid polyester and synthetics at all costs. 

Frosty bottle. You’ve heard of a hot water bottle, right? Well these helpful toe warmers can also keep you cool during the summer. Stick the bottle in the freezer, and slide it between your sheets before bed.

Make use of your bathroom fan. Have a bathroom right off the bedroom? Turn on the overhead fan and leave the door open to let the fan pull the rising hot air out of your room as you sleep.

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