We usually reserve our research into what matters to our visitors most for our end of the year “Top 10” posts, but we were tweaking some things and seeing how well they worked when and decided to look through the pages and posts that you spend the most time on. We like to analyze this information so that we can help bring you the best real estate website in San Antonio, full of information that you want and answers to the questions you have. Have something specific you’d like to see on our website? You can always contact us and let us know – we’re always looking for ways to improve! Let’s take a look at what matters to you most…
This is a real estate website, so it’s no surprise that people come here to look at homes. That’s what we’re all here for, right? We’ve recently added some new search features to our website and we’re busy testing and implementing them throughout the site. While our main map-based search (and its rental search counterpart) are easy to use and look great, we are experimenting with another search version that gives you a bit more control (more criteria that you can search for) and we like the search results pages a bit more. Want to take a look? Take our more detailed search for a spin.
McNair Custom Homes
When we teamed up with McNair Custom Homes, we wanted to make a statement about our strong belief in their homes. For years, Kimberly Howell has been selling their homes and helping people plan and build new homes with them. As the listing agent for all of their properties, we stand by them in their commitment to building incredible homes. “Reputation is everything” has become the motto behind all that the two companies do and we love that our visitors are spending time getting to know them and their homes. Whether reading some of the blog posts about McNair Custom Homes or looking at homes built by McNair Custom Homes, we hope you get to know them better.
Rentals and Applications
We see a lot of traffic to our posts about rentals, particularly about rental applications. The two most popular posts are “Why Is My Rental Application Taking So Long?” and “Why Does a Rental Application Require So Much Personal Info?” It’s clear that people get a little anxious once they’ve applied for a rental and the wait can be a bit frustrating.
A blog post that generates a lot of interest, “What If Your Property Survey is Incorrect?,” has been an interesting one to watch in the comments section to see what kinds of problems people have faced with their surveys.
The Option Period: Termination and Timelines
The Option Period in Texas real estate contracts gives the buyer a chance to terminate the contract for any reason during a specified period of time. This time period is typically used by buyers to do inspections and negotiate any repairs, but a lot of people, both buyers and sellers, have questions about how it works. This post, “The Option Period: Termination and Timelines,” helps explain the timelines and what happens when they are missed.
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