Real Estate in San Antonio, the Texas Hill Country and the Gulf Coast.

Areas include SanAntonio MLS, New Braunfels MLS, Austin MLS, or anywhere in the State of Texas.  We serve it all, even property management. In today''s challenging San Antonio real estate market, selecting the right real estate agent is crucial. It can make all the difference in the world. Whether you''re planning on buying, selling, or you just have a question, feel free to call:

Hallmark Real Estate Services, LLC :

Jim Kolmeier, Broker/Owner--210-860-5069
Heather Hill, Associate Realtor--210-884-0191
Jim Eakin, Associate Realtor-----830-708-3005
Amy Taege Associate Realtor---210-901-8326 (PropertyMgmt. Manager)

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3/30/2020 8:57:47 AM

"My business has died. Everybody's in pause mode," one agent said. "I would give anything for a crystal ball right now."

3/30/2020 8:05:41 AM

Tim Walton hopes he can set an example for others.

3/30/2020 7:39:52 AM

Multiple local governments are turning to eviction moratoriums to protect tenants financially strapped by the coronavirus. Anybody worried about how owners will pay their bills?

3/30/2020 7:15:59 AM

For months, Santa Clara County had been debating how to best make use of the open space available at the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds. Now, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, there is an answer, if only temporarily. In addition to a drive-thru coronavirus testing site run by Alphabet Inc.-owned Verily, the 150-acre Fairgrounds will now also shelter homeless residents and serve as an isolation space for people showing symptoms, San Jose Spotlight reports. “We’re really trying to make sure that…

3/30/2020 6:47:27 AM

So far, major construction projects set to break ground in upcoming months appear to still be on track, despite the rippling effects of COVID-19 shutdowns.