While many in real estate companies boast about their own cities, Randy Hutto, Realtors boasts about an area east of San Antonio called the Tri-County MetroCom, and invite anyone considering San Antonio as a place to settle to consider settling in this region of South Central Texas. The MetroCom is an area where the counties of Bexar, Guadalupe and Comal connect, offering the opportunity to settle in any one of the cities of Converse, Live Oak, Universal City,Selma, Schertz, Cibolo, Garden Ridge, Marion, other area towns, or just oustide the MetroCom in New Braunfels and Seguin.(further information on some of these cities are found in other links on this page). Key to the MetroCom's success is a "synergy of effort" in economic development and residential growth stretching from I-35 south to I-10. For example, a partnership between Seguin, Cibolo and Schertz resulted in the capability to ensure long-term water needs are satisfied, while Schertz and Cibolo recently partnered in developing a master-planned community within the cities' two jurisdictions. On a larger scale, thanks to the MetroCom's efforts, a common thread throughout all the MetroCom cities is development that provides industrial growth, while preserving residential integrity. As a result, area communities enjoy a wide-range and access to big-city conveniences, while enjoying town-like living. Think about it, then come see the MetroCom area and make your next house, your next home.
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