Carroll Wiley


*2005- Present- Broker Associate with Century 21 Randall Morris

* 1990-2005- Executive Director of the Texas State University Development-Director of Estate Planning and Associated Vice President of University Advancement, Texas State University

*1979-1998- President/Owner of Wimberley Junction Enterprises , Wimberley Texas

*1968-1978- Director of Admissions and School Relations- Southwest Texas State University

*1964-1968-Athletic Coach, San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District


*1960-Graduated Gonzales High School

*1964-Bachelor of Science in Education, Physical Education and Recreation, Southwest Texas State Teachers College

*1966-Masters in Education-Southwest Texas State University

Membership and Recognition-

*1973 to present-Texas Real Estate Broker

*2014 Five Star Real Estate Agent as recognized in Texas Monthly

* Two time Paul Harris Fellow Award from the Rotary Club of San Marcos and Rotarian of the Year in District 154 8 in 1996

* Past President of the Rotary Club of San Marcos and former Associate District Governor

* Member of the National Association of Realtors

* Member of the Four Rivers Board of Realtors

* Member of the Austin Board of Realtors

*Honorary Member and former Vice President of the Texas Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admission Officers

Real Estate Market Information

Canyon Lake, TX
Market Overview
Homes Owned: 8,263
Homes Rented: 1,731
Median Home Price: $174,770
Area Schools
Area Schools: 33
Best Score: 10/10
Average Score: 4.7

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San Marcos Regional Office

333 Cheatham Street, San Marcos TX 78666

Canyon Lake, TX

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Closest Airport
San Antonio International
Closest College
Closest Major Sports Team
Closest Junior College

Demographic Data | Canyon Lake, TX

Median Age: 50.45
Married: 52%
Households: 9,994


Population by Sex
11,826 Male
11,796 Female

Occupancy Types
2,652 Vacant
8,263 Owned
1,731 Rented


White/Blue Collar Jobs
21% White Collar
79% Blue Collar

Transportation to Work
95% Drive
0% Public Transportation
2% Walk/Bike/Other
3% Work from Home