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Old 06-14-2011, 12:21 PM
 
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Hi all, I am moving to San Antonio in a week and a half and need to find a place to live that is within a Hubzone as required for my company. If you google San Antonio Hubzone map you will find a pdf of the tracts I am able to live in. I have never been to San Antonio before and I am not sure of where to live and the fact I am even further restricted as to where I can live is really stressing me and my fiance out!

My office is located in the Hubzone that the UTSA campus is in on the NW side of town.

We would prefer to live in a house so we can have some kind of yard as we have a small dog.

Thanks for your help!
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Old 06-14-2011, 12:49 PM
 
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Q5. How does SBA define the term "reside" in reference to the residency requirement?

A5. The term reside means to live in a primary residence at a place for at least 180 days, or as a currently registered voter, and with intent to live there indefinitely. Employers should be aware that it makes no difference which HUBZone their employees reside in. An employee can reside in one HUBZone and work in another and meet the standards for this residency requirement.

That's the definition from the Small Business Administration. Look at the SBA web site and it will give you all the HUB zones in San Antonio. I would call a realtor who can pinpoint the hubs and help you find a house that will suit your needs.
I hope this helps.
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Old 06-14-2011, 03:23 PM
 
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Je02ff: There are many historical neighborhoods in the HUD zones highlighted in the map. Lot's of housing options there. The zone where UTSA is located also had a lot of options, but it is more of a suburb. As reference, that ares is minutes from La Cantera area, which is a major shopping and entertainment destination in San Antonio. Very nice neighborhoods there.
It depends on what you are looking for, but seems like you should have plenty to choose from.
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