DatzNasty, the housing cost in Texas is VERY VERY cheap. a $200,000 house in Texas would be close to $600,000-700,000 in LA or NY. San Antonio is very inexpensive. Dallas and Houston is more expensive.
you dont need a program to find players addresses. all you need is a little knowledge of the internet and to find your counties appraisal website. then put the address in google earth or google maps and thats it.
BullsFan, Texas is very dry, especially San Antonio so our grass here is always pretty dead. alot of times we have droughts so we are put on water restrictions where we can only water our lawns on tuesdays. Houston is close to the coast and they get more rain so its a little more green there.
I do not think every county has an aparsers website. Every county dose have and accesors website but you need a lot more info for that. i think whatyou guys are doing might be limted to texas. I know one thing though if i were dirck or tony or who ever i would not want my home addres posted on line. i did find out nash has 3 houses in dallas 1 in phoeninx and 1 in deer vally a high class phoeninx subberb. But no addrses
It seems like a nice place to live: small town, good people (Bruce bowen said something like "theres not that many sincerely good people in the world, but they all seem to leave in SA"), greenery, and a good basketball team.
Perfect during winter and spring, really good during fall but can get too hot for some people during the summer. However, you quickly get used to it and the humidity isn't nearly as bad as places like North/South Carolina, Florida, Louisiana and even Houston (which had incredibly bad humidity during the summer).
It seems like a nice place to live: small town
It actually isn't that small of a town. Fastest growing city in Texas and a metro area of 2 million growing by 50k plus a year. But it however has the pace and feel of a small town which is one of its greatest charms.