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Homes for Sale in San Antonio TX

2722 Sage Hollow San Antonio TX 78251 | Home for Sale

A move-in ready home in a convenient location Set in the beautiful community of Reserve at Westover is this 2 level traditional style home with 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and a 3-car attached garage. Comfortable and spacious, this home has everything you need. It features a good-sized living room, a formal dining room, a family […]

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Homes for Sale in San Antonio TX

2722 Sage Hollow San Antonio TX 78251 | Home for Sale

A beautiful and spacious home in a desirable location! Are you looking for a comfortable and spacious home in a convenient location? This two story San Antonio home for sale with 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and a 3-car attached garage delivers! In this home, you get to enjoy 2, 603 square feet of living space. […]

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Military Relocation to San Antonio

PCS Checklists for Your Move To San Antonio

Take charge of your PCS move to San Antonio! A Permanent Change of Station (PCS) move is a move between one duty station and another. It applies when your new duty station is more than 50 miles away from your old duty station. It could also be a move between the last duty station and […]

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Military Relocation to San Antonio

PCS Move to San Antonio Moving Checklist After the Move

Do the following tasks after you move in  to your new home.   Tasks Done You will be given the telephone number of the transportation office at your new duty station if you are an active service member. Contact the transportation  office at your new duty station as soon as possible, and provide them with […]

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Military Relocation to San Antonio

PCS Move to San Antonio Moving Checklist Moving Day

Do the following tasks on the day of your move Tasks Done Expect it’s going to be a long day. Get up early and make all the necessary preparations before the movers arrive. Don’t forget to eat. You may also prepare snacks for packers if you wish. Make sure you or someone reliable is at […]

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Military Relocation to San Antonio

PCS Move to San Antonio Moving Checklist Final Days Before the Move

Do the following tasks a few days before you move: Tasks Done Set aside items that will not be packed, including suitcases. For  items that will help set up housekeeping at your new address, ship them as “unaccompanied baggage.” Create a household inventory list and carry it with you. Make a complete inventory of all […]

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Military Relocation to San Antonio

PCS Move to San Antonio Moving Checklist 1 Week Before the Move

Do the following tasks one week before you move: Tasks Done Close out safe deposit box if you have one. Buy ziplock bags for packing  sets of small items. Before mailing or hand-carrying them to your new address, make copies of any important documents.   Start removing wall accessories like drapery rods, small appliances, food […]

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Military Relocation to San Antonio

PCS Move to San Antonio Moving Checklist 3 Weeks Before the Move

Do the following tasks three weeks before you move: Tasks Done Call your military pay office to recertify Basic Allowance for Quarters (BAQ) and get a sign-off on your PCS if you are an active duty service member. Verify packing, pick-up, and delivery dates with mover. Check the expiration date of your military ID card […]

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Military Relocation to San Antonio

PCS Move to San Antonio Moving Checklist 1 Month Before the Move

Do the following tasks one month before you move:   Tasks Done Set the pickup and delivery dates with your mover, and if necessary, arrange for storage. Confirm your move-in schedule with your real estate agent. If you haven’t found a new residence yet in San Antonio, obtain a post office box for your mail […]

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Military Relocation to San Antonio

PCS Move to San Antonio Moving Checklist 3 Months Before the Move

Do the following tasks three months before you move: Tasks: Done Schedule a counseling session at your base transportation office if you are an active service member. Determine whether you will have the government handle the move for you, or if you will make a Personally Procured Move (PPM). Save money for moving expenses that […]

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