First Time Home Buyer's...What are you Waiting For?

A great deal of first time home buyers have taken action in purchasing their homes; however many are still on the fence...waiting...waiting...waiting.  Waiting for what I don't quite know. 

They may be waiting too long as most may not realize there are times when a 30 day closing is not in the scope of their plan.  Others may think they can have until November 30th to initiate a contract instead of that being the date in which they will need to have closed the deal.

Is Your Family Prepared for Flu Season?

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Swine Flu


This Fall, the Center for Disease Control is expecting a serious outbreak of both H1N1 (Swine Flu) and more

common versions of Influenza.



Buying Real Estate Still Good Investment

Despite current economic challenges, 83 percent of Americans still believe buying a home is a good financial decision, according to NAR's 2009 National Housing Pulse Survey.

The survey also found that one-third of renters are thinking more about buying a home than they were a year ago. Many of them still need to save toward that goal - 82 percent of potential homeowners consider down payments and closing costs to be the greatest challenges to homeownership.



Miss the sound of rain?

It's been awhile since we've heard the pleasant pitter-patter of a lengthy and refreshing rain shower.  Miss that sound??  Check out this incredible video courtesy of YouTube:


Shooting for Success

 Looking for a fun, safe summer environment for your children?  (Ages 6-17)  If so, you're looking for Shooting for Success and David "DJ" Jones.  DJ is an active basketball player who loves the game of basketball.  He believes in the importance of staying fit and healthy by maintaining a daily workout regimen.  Teaching fundamental basketball skills to young people while emphasizing life skills  (ho

What's wrong on Summer Knoll?

To those of you who don't live on the street, here is a resident's opinion:  THIS IS A RESIDENTIAL STREET, NOT A THROUGHWAY!  All of you who DON'T live here cannot imagine how dismaying it is to see traffic whizzing past, ignoring the speed limit (except the speed bumps, sometime).  You endanger the walkers, runners, pets, and children who live here.  We cannot enjoy our front yards.  We have to run across the street, because sometimes you don't even slow down when you see us in the middle of the road!  In the mornings, even when school is n

Clearly Enjoying Our Summer

Summer is here and we are so lucky in San Antonio to have a lot of fun choices for things to do with our families. We have multiple amusement parks in the area, water parks too, and lots of ways we can vacation right here at home! Part of enjoying a good vacation is being able to see everything clearly.  We definitely recommend a good pair of sunglasses for protecting your eyes from the intense summer sun.

Date Night in Downtown San Antonio: I Need help!

Ok, so here's my situation:

I have a pretty big date coming up next wednesday June 24; I'm taking a girl to dinner and then to see "Wicked." I want to take her to a cool, unique place to eat downtown but at the end of the night, I don't won't to be broke.

Any ideas for a good, filling and unique but reasonably priced place to eat? My budget is about $20 or less per person...

Please help me out! 

Botox for Severe underarm sweating

Excessive uncontrollable perspiration, called "hyperhidrosis,"? happens in about 1% of the population.  The sweating can occur in the hands, face, underarms, and forehead.  Axillary hyperhidrosis is the type that occurs in the underarm area. 

Recent long-term studies have shown that persons suffering from axillary hyperhidrosis find a safe treatment option with Botox injections.  The FDA has approved Botox in treating this type of severe underarm sweating when it cannot be stemmed with topical or other medications.

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