Floresville Realtor® = Local Real Estate Specialist
Local Real Estate Agent Faye Y Taylor with StepStone Realty Works Hard + Loves The Floresville, Tx Community
- Clients come first so I Taylor my services to meet your real estate needs whether buying or selling.
- Staying current with all the trends and technology developing in the real estate world such as digital ads, Facebook advertising, blogging, syndication of our listings, professional photography, updated website
- Detail oriented and available for my buyers and sellers.
- Familiar with the zoning and building regulations in Wilson County
- Local Real Estate agent expert for Floresville: Graduated Floresville High School and have lived in Wilson county for almost my entire life
- Know the subdivisions in Wilson county and many in San Antonio areas and their nuances
- Knowledge of each area: from water, trash collections, HOAs, and septics.
- Grew up on a large farm so am familiar with ag exemptions, easements, soil types, water wells and other type of land issues such as mineral rights.
- Knowledge and understanding of the investing side of real estate. Familiar with rehab and repair costs.
- Realtor® since 2005 working with both Keller Williams and Re/Max. Home areas in Floresville and San Antonio areas.
- Insurance agent license for over 10 years so understand home insurance and exposure
- BBA in accounting from University of Houston
Floresville is an amazing area and I’m proud to call it home. Because I love living and working here in South Texas so much, it makes it easy to help local families and investors buy and sell local properties. My experience in this area of Texas comes from being born in Floresville and living and working here for years.
My focus is to walk you through the process, as quick and as painless as possible. As your agent for homes for sale in Floresville, I am dedicated to you. So sit back and let me worry about the details. That’s my job as your real estate agent: to take the worry out of the experience of buying or selling.
For anyone looking to buy or sell you MUST have a local real estate agent with knowledge of the local Floresville real estate market. Having someone who is a Realtor® means they are part of the National Association of Realtors® and abide by the NAR code of ethics standard. Being local is a very important factor when you consider hiring any real estate professional. Market knowledge can be the difference between you overpaying or getting a great deal, finding the right property or missing it, and buying a property fully informed or missing critical things during inspection that can cost you. On the sellers’ side that local agent understands the local businesses and can fill out the MLS information correctly. There is no gap in the information being presented to the public as can be the case with agents that are not local. Sellers need to check what information their agent is advertising. It needs to be complete and correct including the schools and the utilities that service the home.
Not only is local knowledge a must it can mean dollars in your pocket. Each area has their special “quirks” such as soil type and how that affects your foundation, if there is any special zoning, or neighbors or other things such as septic tanks, wells or other area characteristics. The South Texas area encompasses a lot of area and each area is very unique. From the Hill country to south of San Antonio, the soil types, the terrain, the topography are different and that affects many things in the homes. Do you like to garden? This area is very good for that. Do you like to feel secluded? Many areas in South Texas are good for that. That is where your agent can guide you. That local agent should know about the subdivision that has water issues. You don’t want to purchase a home in an area that has some major issues. There are areas in San Antonio that a good agent knows has foundation issues so is aware and can guide their clients with that knowledge. As we have worked in a market and gained experience we are aware of the areas that may have problems.
Shopping for a home or selling a home in Wilson County, Atascosa County or Guadalupe county is a different ball game than San Antonio. We are rural counties which means we have different living conditions than a large city. What do you ask? Most of the homes are not inside the city limits so that means they will have septic systems, rural water or water wells. HOAs are different. Foundation issues are different. Deed restrictions are different. We allow horses in some subdivisions. We allow mobile homes in some subdivisions. We have no basements. We have no snow but we do have HEAT. The Sheriff’s department services the county not the city police. We have volunteer EMS in most areas. We have volunteer fire departments. There can be different rules when being building such as set backs, easements, electrical codes. While all the cities from San Antonio to Converse, Schertz, Universal City, Cibolo to the outlying counties have their own codes because they are different cities, the majority are similar but the larger cities have more rules and regulations than the smaller cities. San Antonio regulates everything they possibly can regulate from where or if you can have a basketball hoop or where your trash cans go. The smaller towns are not as strict although their rules are there for the public safety mainly.
Make sure you hire a local real estate agent who understands those things. Do you want to work with an agent who has never been around septic systems and doesn’t understand the different types that are used in each soil type? Or doesn’t understand rural water systems? Or wells? You want a local real estate agent that knows the special items that may arise in this particular location and the business to contact that can handle any questions that might arise.
Whether you are wanting to buy a home or sell a home where I take it farther is my focus on you having an amazing buying or selling experience so you can focus on living life. So I would love to help you sell that house so you can move onto the next phase of your life or help you buy that perfect home in the South Texas area. I am prejudiced but I love it here. So as a local Real Estate agent:
My experience in this area of Texas comes from being born in Floresville and living and working here for years. Growing up between Floresville and Pleasanton with relatives in the Stockdale area makes me familiar with all of this area. Then selling in La Vernia has updated my knowledge of the La Vernia area. I am familiar with all the
different areas from San Antonio to Floresville to La Vernia and all the Wilson county and Guadalupe and Atascosa county areas.
South Texas is truly an unique area and buying can be a different experience than in other areas so let me guide you. I have the experience.
My early life was spent on a farm with a father who raised peanuts and cattle. As all parents the goal was a college degree. After graduating from University of Houston with a BBA in accounting, the work experience went from accounting to insurance agent to real estate agent. So since 2005 my life is spent in the real estate market in and around San Antonio. Starting with Keller Williams in San Antonio, real estate has always been varied and exciting. The Eagleford Shale has made a big impact on this area and all the opportunities that are available. Starting my career with Keller Williams Realty, a move was made to the Floresville Re/Max Vista and then back to Keller Williams. Wanting to understand all facets of real estate I moved to StepStone Realty as StepStone concentrates on all types of real estate from investors to retail. Helping people buy and sell but also understanding the investing market is a great tool. I now have knowledge that helps clients who have hard to sell houses. There is broader market out there beyond traditional real estate.
For Real Estate tips and information from sales to area features and homes for sale check out my blog at Faye Taylor blog or for local information check out the Our Towns page. The Our Towns pages have information on the different towns in Wilson County but also some of the San Antonio areas.
If you want to chat real estate or even just connect for a quick meet, reach out to me anytime!