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What's the best place to rent at San Antonio ?

I'd be moving into San Antonio and I have 2 little kids. I will be working dowtown, but want to rent in more of a suburban & family oriented setting. I need recommendation on places that have the best elementary public schools that have a reputation for high standards & test achievements, least crime & maximum safety, middle to up-scale neighborhood of educated professionals with access to great shopping, dining, medical, etc. I do not mind driving 10-15 miles to work. I can pay about 700 to 1100 dollars in renting a 2-bed apartment. I would prefer not to live in or about a predominantly hispanic neighborhood. Can someone point me to some great SA neighborhoods please. LOL.

Asked By: Dolly - 10/5/2007
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Then you want to definetly move to these areas... More
Answered By: Kevin - 10/5/2007
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where ya movin from? i want to go to san antonio SOO BAD!
Answered By: zak - 10/5/2007
 
Theres a little place called the allamo you can rent a room for a song. Good luck and well keep the light on for ya
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Answered By: fraz - 10/5/2007
 
Haha...all the neighborhoods in San Antonio are predominately Hispanic- especially in the low-rent (yet up-scale???) range you're hoping for.
Answered By: Tublet Puff - 10/5/2007
 
I'm waiting for some real SA people to answer here. My grandparents live in SA, so I know it's not anything like those last two answers above me. I don't have specific information, but I know where to find out more: www.sanantonio.gov/council is the city council's official website, www.mysanantonio.com is another great... More
Answered By: suburbcat - 10/5/2007
 
As our fair city is over 56% hispanic there are few areas which are not predominately hispanic. Though as far as your children are concerned our best school districts in the city are Northside ISD and North East ISD. A 2 bedroom can be found in your price range in those school districts. The ideal areas for your... More
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Answered By: US_DR_JD - 10/5/2007
 
Don't come here if you don't want to be near hispanics. There are hispanic doctors, attorneys, teachers, city council members, policemen, firemen, bus drivers, professors, coaches, realtors, CPA's, principals, business owners, architects, engineers, judges, general contractors, home builders, etc..... along with the... More
Answered By: Beatrice C - 10/6/2007
 
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