CENTURY 21 Northside

70% of homebuyers settle for the first agent they meet.

At CENTURY 21 Northside we truly believe that you deserve better. Created with that simple yet important focus in mind, making it our commitment to provide an unrivaled customer experience for the home buyers and sellers of the greater Bexar County area.  Our renowned local expertise along with our vast Real Estate experience will benefit you whether you are a seller, first time or experienced home buyer, returning client, or curious neighbor checking out the many resources we offer.

OUR MISSION: To Defy Mediocrity and Deliver Extraordinary Experiences.   

We partner with the most knowledgeable and progressive real estate professionals in the industry who will deliver honest, ethical and trustworthy real estate advice.  All while guiding our customers through the entire real estate process, holding their best interests in the highest regard – creating customers for life.  

From the entire CENTURY 21 Northside & CENTURY 21 Northside Fine Homes & Estates team, we not only invite, but encourage you to put our superior home buying and selling knowledge to the test and see what it is like to work with a professional who really give 121%.

 

Don’t settle for average. Only Relentless Moves. 

For more information on education requirements for your real estate license please contact Champions School of Real Estate – Career Connections.

Meet the CENTURY 21 Northside Team

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San Antonio Regional Office

16350 Blanco Road, Suite 110
San Antonio TX 78232

San Antonio, TX

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San Antonio International
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SAN ANTONIO MISSIONS (AA)
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HALLMARK COLLEGE

Demographic Data | San Antonio, TX

Median Age: 34.67
Married: 32%
Households: 538,925

Overview

Population by Sex
728,852 Male
756,451 Female

Occupancy Types
46,832 Vacant
308,118 Owned
230,807 Rented

Employment

White/Blue Collar Jobs
60% White Collar
40% Blue Collar

Transportation to Work
91% Drive
4% Public Transportation
3% Walk/Bike/Other
2% Work from Home