locked Re: Information needed on antenna friendly housing

John Ralston K0RVB

Or even better, a subdivision that doesn't have HOA. Why someone wants to pay a bunch of people to tell them what they can and can't do with their house is WAY beyond me. 

If I'm paying the mortgage, (which I am) no one has the right to tell me jack crap about my house or what I do with it.

Just my  .02¢ 
(.04¢ with inflation as another ham put it)

John Ralston - KØRVB

Bexar Co. ARES AEC Skywarn
NCS Bexar Co. Skywarn Net
NWS Certified Skywarn Spotter
ARRL Member
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On Sat, Oct 23, 2021, 8:50 AM Robert Machette <rgmachette@...> wrote:
Dave, I advise you to check the HOA restrictions on anywhere you look. I am in a restrictive HOA but have been lucky so far. I have EFHW wire up, pretty unobtrusive and no one complained yet. San Antonio covers a LOT of area. I live in Schertz just NE of the city. Personally, if I were to do it again I’d stay North to NE of the city and look for less sparsely populated plots.

On Fri, Oct 22, 2021 at 17:27 Bill Craft <billc851@...> wrote:


My name is Dave, my wife and I are moving to San Antonio soon. I am reaching out to you for some information of good housing locations that is amateur radio antenna friendly. And general “on-the ground” information of the general ham interests.


I am coming from Pierce County, WA.  where I am a RO for East Pierce.  Feel free to give me a call 760-608-9577

Thanks for your time..

Dave Rait


Orting, Wa.

Pierce County ARES

Orting EOC Radio Officer (RO)


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