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San Antonio Home Sales & Prices Continue Moderate Increase in October

San Antonio area home buyers contributed to a five percent jump in total home sales in October, despite less than four months of inventory available, according to the latest Multiple Listing Service Report (MLS) from the San Antonio Board of REALTORS®. Just over 2,500 homes sold during the month while the average days on market dropped four percent to 55 days. October ended with 2,203 home sales still pending.

Home prices were almost evenly split between the low and mid-ranges in October with 47 percent priced under $200,000 and 48 percent priced between $200,000 and $500,000. Homes priced over $500,000 accounted for the remaining five percent of the month’s sales, with 15 of those priced over $1 million.

The San Antonio area continues to be one of the most affordable metro areas in the state with almost half the homes priced under $200,000. In fact, the median price of a home in Bexar County in October was $196,000 while homes in Travis County sold for a median close to $340,000.

In other parts of Texas, housing market figures continued an upward trajectory. Sales in Harris County in October increased 6.3 percent year-over-year with a median price of $215,000 and sales in Dallas County rose 2.8 percent with a median sales price of $230,000. Meanwhile, sales in Travis County increased 1.4 percent with a median price of $339,000.

Back in the San Antonio area, the average sales price remained consistent with 2016 with a price just over $241,000. A total of 3,131 homes were listed in October, and 9,131 listings were active during the month.

With prices remaining stable and new listings continually coming on the market, there is something for both buyers and sellers here. For homebuyers this is a great time to look for a home as there tends to be less competition in the off-season. For sellers, this is a great time to sell as home prices have been steadily increasing and homes have been selling for an average of 97.4 percent of listed price.

Across the state of Texas, a total of 25,277 homes were sold in October, with the average price increasing 3.7 percent to $270,793. The median home price across Texas jumped up five percent to $220,500 while days on market remained low at just 59 days.

SABOR Multiple Listing Service Report: Home Sales Recap 

 SA Home Sales Recap October 2015 October 2016 October 2017
Total Month Sales 2,223 (5% increase) 2,399 (8% increase) 2,507 (5% increase)
Average Price $229,637 (10% increase) $240,373 (5% increase) $241,127 (0% increase)
Median Price $186,900 (6% increase) $203,300 (8% increase) $207,100 (2% increase)

*Percentage increases are based on a year-over-year comparison.

If you are thinking of buying or selling a home in the San Antonio metropolitan area, and want to work with a trusted San Antonio REALTOR® throughout the process, contact Trudy Edwards of KELLER WILLIAMS Realty Heritage, at (210) 595-9801, or by email at TrueSARealEstate@gmail.com.

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San Antonio Home Sales Taper in September Amid Tight Inventory

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The San Antonio summer home buying frenzy relaxed slightly in September as the school year began and the weather started to cool. Sales during the month numbered 2,587, a one percent decrease from this time last year, according to the Multiple Listing Service Report (MLS) from the San Antonio Board of REALTORS® (SABOR) which reports on all areas contained within the MLS. Despite the slight decline, median and average prices experienced moderate increases with the median rising five percent to $213,500 and the average increasing two percent to $247,058. The month ended with 2,152 sales still pending, 136 more homes than September of 2016.

“It is not unusual for sales to taper off once the summer season winds down. Kids are returning to school so families want to remain in one place, and many buyers and sellers like to be settled for the coming holiday season as well,” said Yvette Allen, SABOR’s 2017 Chairman of the Board. “This has still been a busy year for real estate in the San Antonio area. In fact, since January, a total of 23,414 homes have been sold, which is three percent more than this time period last year.”

Homes priced between $200,000 and $500,000 made up 50.3 percent of the homes sold in September and homes priced under $200,000 made up 45 percent of the month’s sales. Homes priced over $500,000 accounted for 4.8 percent of September’s sales, with 12 of those priced over $1 million.

Meanwhile, days on market plummeted seven percent from the previous year to just 52 days in September and months of inventory also remained low with 3.8 months available.

“In San Antonio, months of inventory have remained below four months for about two years making it a tight market that favors sellers,” said Gilbert Gonzalez, SABOR’s interim CEO. “This means that those looking to buy need to be ready to act fast. Know your budget and priorities, and work with an experienced REALTOR® who can help you navigate the process.”

In Texas, total home sales rose just 0.4 percent year-over-year for a total of 26,666 homes sold across the state. The average price increased 4.8 percent to $273,383 and the median rose 7.1 percent to $225,000. Months of inventory in the state measured just 3.9 months available.

SABOR Multiple Listing Service Report: Home Sales Recap

September 2015 September 2016 September 2017
Total Month Sales 2,384 (7% increase) 2,618 (9% increase) 2,587 (1% decrease)
Average Price $232,660 (6% increase) $241,757 (4% increase) $247,058 (2% increase)
Median Price $191,700 (4% increase) $203,700 (6% increase) $213,500 (5% increase)

*Percentage increases are based on a year-over-year comparison

If you are thinking of buying or selling a home in the San Antonio metropolitan area, and want to work with a trusted San Antonio REALTOR® throughout the process, contact Trudy Edwards of KELLER WILLIAMS Realty Heritage, at (210) 595-9801, or by email at TrueSARealEstate@gmail.com.

San Antonio Housing Market Continues to Outpace Previous Years

June 2017 SA housing Infographic

Growing prices paired with low supply have not deterred San Antonio area home buyers who continue to flood the market seeking their dream homes, pushing up the total home sales for the first six months of 2017 to 14,845, a four percent year-over-year increase according to the Multiple Listing Service Report from the San Antonio Board of REALTORS® (SABOR) which reports on all areas contained within the MLS. To date this year, the average and median sales prices have also both increased, by a moderate five percent to $248,923 and $211,700, respectively.

“Our local market consistently outperforms last year’s, putting the San Antonio area on track for another record-breaking year,” said Yvette Allen, SABOR’s 2017 Chairman of the Board. “Though prices have increased, they are still generally lower than those in other major Texas metros. This affordability combined with so many jobs relocating here as well as our booming tech, medical and military industries help San Antonio maintain its popularity among buyers.”

In June, homes priced below $200,000 made up 41.4 percent of homes sold while homes priced between $200,000 and $500,000 accounted for 52.9 percent of the month’s sales. Homes priced over $500,000 made up 5.8 percent of the market.

The median and average prices experienced five percent year-over-year growth during the June, with the median home price rising to $222,000 and the average price increasing to $257,753. Months of inventory remained low with just 3.8 months available. The month ended with 2,512 sales still pending, a two percent increase from June 2016. Price per square foot rose four percent year-over-year to $115 and 97.9 percent of homes sold for the list price.

“This continues to be a hot market, and homes can sell quickly. For buyers interested in purchasing a home this summer, they can prepare by identifying their must-haves in a home, getting pre-approved and working closely with their REALTOR®,” said Angela Shields, SABOR’s President and CEO.

SA Home Sales Recap June 2015 June 2016 June 2017
Total Month Sales 2,897 (18% increase) 3,053 (5% increase) 3,177 (4% increase)
Average Price $242,011 (5% increase) $246,044 (2% increase) $257,753 (5% increase)
Median Price $201,100 (6% increase) $212,000 (6% increase) $222,000 (5% increase)
  Year-to-Date January-June 2015 January-June 2016 January-June 2017
Total Month Sales 13,212 (12% increase) 14,268 (7% increase) 14,845 (4% increase)
Average Price $230,951 (7% increase) $236,234 (2% increase) $248,923 (5% increase)
Median Price $192,600 (8% increase) $$200,900 (4% increase) $211,700 (5% increase)
*Percentage increases are based on a year-over-year comparison.

If you are thinking of buying or selling a home in the San Antonio metropolitan area, and want to work with a trusted San Antonio REALTOR® throughout the process, contact Trudy Edwards of KELLER WILLIAMS Realty Heritage, at (210) 595-9801, or by email at TrueSARealEstate@gmail.com.

Modest Increase in San Antonio Home Sales February 2017

0217-SABOR-mkt-stats-graphicSan Antonio area home sales picked up in February 2017 with 1,954 sales, a three percent increase over February 2016 according to the Multiple Listing Service Report from the San Antonio Board of REALTORS® (SABOR) which reports on all areas contained within the MLS.

Both the average and median sales prices of single-family homes remained steady with the average climbing just three percent to $234,040 and the median increasing six percent to $201,500. Meanwhile, February’s housing inventory was just 3.3 months, remaining below the four month mark now for 18 months straight.

“Though prices here have grown, the increases are steady and sustainable unlike many other large cities in the country,” said Michele Bunting Ross, SABOR’s 2017 Chairman of the Board.

In February, nearly 3,000 new homes were listed and the month ended with 2,059 sales still pending. Homes spent an average of 63 days on the market, which is an 11 percent drop from February last year. The price per square foot of a home grew four percent to $110 and 97.6 percent of homes sold for list price.

The majority of homes sold in the San Antonio area continue to be priced under $200,000 with those sales making up 49.5 percent of the month’s market. Homes priced between $200,000 and $500,000 accounted for 46.1 percent of February’s sales and homes priced over $500,000 made up 4.5 percent of the sales. Of the homes sold over $500,000, nine were priced at $1 million or above.

In Bexar County last month, a total of 1,441 single-family homes were sold for an average price of $220,377. Of the homes sold in the county, 1,262 were existing homes while 179 were new construction properties.

Meanwhile, for the whole state of Texas, total home sales remained consistent with the previous year’s figure, reporting 19,313 sales in February. However, the average price in the state increased 11.1 percent to $269,854 while the median rose 10.3 percent to $215,000.

For San Antonio area home buyers and sellers, SABOR’s President and CEO, Angela Shields offered this advice, “The key is to work with a Realtor. For sellers, they need to make sure they are pricing and marketing their home right to get it sold, and for buyers the expertise of an objective professional can help them navigate one of the largest purchases they’ll ever make. Especially in such a tight market, you’ll want someone who knows the ropes to help you through the process.”

If you are thinking of buying or selling a home in the San Antonio metropolitan area, and want to work with a trusted San Antonio REALTOR® throughout the process, contact Trudy Edwards of KELLER WILLIAMS Realty Heritage, at (210) 595-9801, or by email at TrueSARealEstate@gmail.com.

 SA Sales Recap Feb-15 Feb-16 Feb-17
Total Month Sales  1,717 (14% increase) 1,890 (10% increase)  1,954 (3% increase)
Average Price $220,202 (8% increase)  $227,812 (4% increase)  $234,040 (3% increase)
Median Price  $187,800 (9% increase) $190,800 (1% increase)  $201,500 (6% increase)
*Percentage increases are based on a year-over-year comparison.

San Antonio Housing Market Continues Steady Growth in July 2016

Home prices in the San Antonio and surrounding areas continued their steady growth in July with both the average and median sales prices reporting moderate increases, according to the Multiple Listing Service Report from the San Antonio Board of REALTORS® (SABOR) which reports on all areas contained within the MLS. The average price increased three percent from July 2015 to $246,032 and the median rose six percent to $211,900.

“The San Antonio area continues to be one of the most affordable markets in Texas,” said Bob Jacobs, SABOR’s 2016 Chairman of the Board. “For example, the median sales price of a home in Bexar County in July was $200,000 while the median was $335,000 in nearby Travis County and $219,250 in Harris County.”

About half the homes sold in July were priced between $200,000 and $500,000 while homes priced under $200,000 made up 45.3 percent of the market. Homes priced over $500,000 made up just 4.53 percent of the market, including 15 homes sold priced over $1 million.

July reported just 3.9 months of inventory, consistent with previous months. In fact, months of inventory in the San Antonio and surrounding areas has remained at or below four months for nearly two years and was last at six months of inventory in November 2012. Months of inventory is an indicator of where the balance of the market lies. “Typically, inventory below six months favors sellers while inventory between six to eight months is considered balanced. We’ve been experiencing a seller’s market for nearly four years in the San Antonio area,” explains Angela Shields, SABOR’s President and CEO. “With such a tight market, it’s important those looking to buy a home work closely with a REALTOR® to make sure they stay informed of the latest listings and find a home that suits their needs.”

In Texas, a total of 28,546 homes were sold last month, a 7.5 percent decrease from the amount sold in July 2015. The average price of a home sold in Texas increased 2.7 percent to $268,418 and the median rose 6.8 percent to $219,000.

If you are thinking of buying or selling a home in the San Antonio metropolitan area, and would like to work with a trusted San Antonio REALTOR® throughout the process, contact Trudy Edwards of KELLER WILLIAMS Realty Heritage, at (210) 595-9801, or by email at TrueSARealEstate@gmail.com.

SABOR Multiple Listing Service Report: July 2016
 Home Sales Recap Jul-14 Jul-15 Jul-16
Total Month Sales  2,482 (3% increase)  2,908 (17% increase) 2,850 (2% decrease)
Average Price $228,957 (5% increase) $239,222 (5% increase)  $246,032 (3% increase)
Median Price $187,000 (6% increase) $199,800 (7% increase) $211,900 (6% increase)
*Percentage increases are based on a year-over-year comparison.

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San Antonio Area Home Sales Increase in First Quarter 2016

The San Antonio area housing market continues to pick up steam with 5,911 homes sold in the first quarter of 2016. This is a 10 percent year-over-year increase in the number of sales according to the Multiple Listing Service Report from the San Antonio Board of REALTORS® (SABOR) which reports on all areas contained within the MLS.mkt-stats-graphic-0316sm

The average sales price for the quarter rose three percent to $227,971 while the median sales price increased four percent to $192,900. In just the month of March, sales increased 14 percent for 2,523 homes sold.

“As we head into the spring, it is common for sales to increase. The weather is warmer and people want to beat the summer buying frenzy,” said Bob Jacobs, SABOR’s 2016 Chairman of the Board. “We ended the month with 2,439 sales still pending, more than we had at our peak last year. This increased activity sets us up for a busy spring and summer.”

Since January, home sales across the state increased as well with sales jumping 8.1 percent for a total of 60,778 homes sold with an average sales price of $246,427, a 2.7 percent increase. In Bexar County, sales rose 13.2 percent for 4,596 total sales this quarter. The average price of a home sold in the county was $217,798, a 3.9 percent year-over-year increase.

In the San Antonio and surrounding areas, just over half the homes sold since January were priced under $200,000 with this segment making up 53.56 percent of sales. Homes priced between $200,000 and $500,000 made up 42.12 percent of the homes sold and homes priced over $500,000 accounted for 4.31 percent of the sales this year.

“Our prices continue to be affordable, particularly when compared to other large cities in the state and nation,” said Angela Shields, SABOR’s President and CEO. “We are fortunate to be in an area that offers all the amenities of a big city but with housing available at a broad range of prices. There is something for everyone here.”

If you’d like help finding the home that is right for you or if you need to sell your home before making a move, it pays to work with a REALTOR who knows the San Antonio area market. Contact Trudy Edwards, of Keller Williams Realty, at (210) 595-9801 or TrueSARealEstate@gmail.com to help make your next move.

San Antonio Reports Steady Home Sales Growth Feb. 2016

San Antonio Area Housing Market Reports Steady Growth in February 2016

San Antonio and surrounding areas continued to experience considerable growth in the housing market with February 2016 reporting a 10 percent year-over-year increase in total sales compared to February 2015.

According to the Multiple Listing Service Report from the San Antonio Board of REALTORS® (SABOR) which reports on all areas contained within the MLS, a total of 1,889 homes were sold in the area during February 2016. Prices maintained a steady rate of increase as the average sales price reached $228,992, a four percent (4%) increase and median price inched up just one percent (1%) to $190,400.

“Our price increases remain pretty even which is a good sign of our market’s stability,” said Bob Jacobs, SABOR’s 2016 Chairman of the Board. “While months of inventory remains low at 3.6 months, there are still enough homes available to keep prices from driving up like they do in other parts of the country, consistently making this an affordable area to live in.”

In Texas, a total of 19,013 homes were sold in February, a 9.9 percent increase. Average sales price rose slightly by 2.1 percent to $243,418 while the median edged up 4.3 percent to $195,000.

Meanwhile, Bexar County experienced a 10.6 percent increase in total sales for 1,431 homes sold. The average price of a home sold in the county increased 4.5 percent to $218,736 and the median price had a slight decline of 0.7 percent to $180,000.

In the San Antonio area, the majority of homes sold were priced under $200,000 with those sales making up 54.47 percent of the homes sold in February. Homes priced between $200,000 and $500,000 accounted for 40.92 percent of the month’s sales and 4.55 percent of the homes sold were priced over $500,000. Homes in the San Antonio area spent an average of 71 days on the market, four days fewer than in February of 2015. The average price per square foot was $106 and the month ended with 2,184 sales still pending.

“We had 3,087 new listings in February alone which is over three hundred more than this time last year,” said Angela Shields, SABOR’s President and CEO. “We continue to see a steady stream of people entering the housing market and taking advantage of the low rates and available inventory. For anyone who has been on the fence about buying and selling, this is a great time to get started.”

If you are thinking of buying or selling a home in the San Ant0nio area and would like to receive a no obligation consultation with an experienced REALTOR® to discuss the real estate market in more detail, contact Trudy Edwards of KELLER WILLIAMS Realty Heritage at (210) 595-9801 or TrueSARealEstate@gmail.com.

 

San Antonio Area Home Sales Break Record in 2015

2015-SA-mkt-stats-graphic-smSan Antonio area home values increased by an average of six percent in 2015. The San Antonio Board of REALTORS® (SABOR) recently released its final analysis of Multiple Listing Service reports for San Antonio area home sales for 2015. SABOR reports on all areas contained within the SABOR MLS system, including Alamo Heights, Boerne, Converse, Fair Oaks Ranch, Garden Ridge, Hollywood Park, Leon Valley, Terrell Hills and many other municipalities in the San Antonio Metropolitan area.

Market activity was strong throughout 2015 and the year ended with a record high in the total number of homes sold in the San Antonio area with 27,154 homes sold. Prior to this, the year with the most recorded sales was 2006 in which 26,169 homes were sold.

The average sales price of a San Antonio area home in 2015 was $231,976 and the median sales price was $192,800, a six and seven percent increase respectively. In 2015 the average number of days that homes stayed on the market decreased to just 60 days, which is a twelve percent decrease when compared to the 2014 average days on market.

The average price per square foot of a San Antonio area home increased five percent over 2014 numbers to an average cost of $106 per square foot.

Homes priced under $200,000 made up 52.9 percent of the homes sold in 2015 while those priced between $200,000 and $500,000 accounted for 42.26 percent of sales. Homes priced over $500,000 made up 4.77 percent of the homes sold.

In just the city of San Antonio, a total of 12,231 single family homes were sold in 2015. This is a seven percent increase over the previous year’s sales. Of these sales, 11,569 were existing homes while 661 were new construction. The median sales price of an existing home was $165,000, a 6.5 percent year-over-year increase and the median sales price of a new construction home increased two percent year-over-year to $197,748.

“We continue to see more and more people getting into the housing market, whether they are buying or selling, and with homes at affordable prices all around the city and surrounding areas, there really is something for everyone in this market,” said Bob Jacobs, SABOR’s 2016 Chairman of the Board. “In fact, while the majority of homes sold are still below $200,000, we have seen a gradual shift in more homes being sold in the range between $200,000 and $500,000.”

“Not only was this a record-breaking year in our real estate market in terms of sales, but December ended with 1,401  sales still pending as we headed into the New Year,” said Angela Shields, SABOR’s President and CEO.

Across Texas, total home sales also experienced year-over-year increases with 4.4 percent more homes sold in 2015 than in 2014. The average price of a home sold in the state in 2015 was $253,208, a 5.3 percent increase and the median price was $198,000, a 7.3 percent increase.

If you are thinking of buying or selling a home in the San Ant0nio area and would like to receive a no obligation consultation with an experienced REALTOR® to discuss the real estate market in more detail, contact Trudy Edwards of KELLER WILLIAMS Realty Heritage at (210) 595-9801 or TrueSARealEstate@gmail.com.

 

Strong Summer Home Sales Continue Into September

Sept-15-stats-graphic-0915smHome sales were strong in San Antonio throughout the summer and that trend continued through August and into September. “Our summer buying season was one of the most active we’ve seen,” said Angela Shields, President and CEO of the San Antonio Board of REALTORs (SABOR). SABOR reports on all areas contained within its Multiple Listing Service (MLS) area in its monthly reports.

In August 2015 SABOR reported a five percent increase in sales volume for a total of 2,551 homes sold in the San Antonio area. The report also showed the average home sales price increased in August 2015 by seven percent to $237,168 while the median price rose eight percent to $197,100. In August homes spent an average of 50 days on the market and there was 4.0 months of inventory available.

In the month of September 2015, days on market in the San Antonio increased by 2 to 52 days, while months of inventory remained at 4.0 months. More than 97 percent of homes sold for list price in September and the month ended with 1,979 sales still pending.

Homes priced under $200,000 accounted for 53 percent of the sales in September in the San Antonio and surrounding areas. Homes priced between $200,000 and $500,000 made up nearly 42 percent of sales and homes priced over $500,000 accounted for nearly five percent of the month’s sales, with 13 of those priced over $1 million. Of the 1,086 homes sold in just the city limits of San Antonio during the month, 1,022 were existing homes while 64 were new construction.

In September 2015 the average price of homes sold in the San Antonio area was $233,218, a six percent increase over 2014. Existing homes in the San Antonio area sold for an average of $198,331, a 9.6 percent year-over-year increase. For new construction homes, the average sales price in September was $293,358, a 25.7 percent increase over 2014.

Year to date data showed that in the San Antonio area there were 11 percent more home sales during the first three quarters than this time last year according to the Multiple Listing Service Report from the San Antonio Board of REALTORS® (SABOR) which reports on all areas contained within the MLS. For the first nine months of 2015 the average sales price was $232,931, a seven percent year-over-year increase while median went up by eight percent to $194,100. Average days on market for the year to date remains low at 59 days while the price per square foot climbed six percent to $105.

Texas as a whole also experienced several increases in sales and prices. For the state of Texas, a total of 25,975 homes were sold during September, an 8.6 percent increase from 2014. Median price for the state rose six percent to $196,000 while average price reported a 3.4 percent year-over-year increase to $248,329.

San Antonio Home Sales Sept. 2013 Sept. 2014 Sept. 2015
Total Month Sales 2,005 (20% increase)  2,245 (14% increase) 2,413 (7% increase)
Average Price $205,359 (7% increase) $220,583 (7% increase) $233,218 (6% increase)
Median Price $168,800 (7% increase) $185,000 (9% increase) $191,700 (4% increase)
*Percentage increases are based on a year-over-year comparison.

If you are thinking of buying or selling a home in the San Antonio area it pays to work with a REALTOR who knows the local market. For more information about buying or selling a home in San Antonio, contact your San Antonio area real estate resource, Trudy Edwards at (210) 595-9801 or TrueSARealEstate@gmail.com.

San Antonio Home Sales Heat Up in July 2015

It’s been a busy summer for home buyers and home sellers in the San Antonio-New Braunfels Metropolitan Statistical Area. San Antonio Board of REALTORS® (SABOR)’ recently reported a total of 2,978 sales of existing and new homes in July in the area representing a jump of 18.6 percent in a year-over-year to comparison. Home prices moved up also in July with the average sales price increasing by 4.7 percent to $240,469 and the median home price by 6.4 percent to $200,000.

“Our market this summer continues to outperform previous years,” said Mary Ann Jeffers, 2015 Chairman of the San Antonio Board of REALTORS®. “In addition to the rise in sales and prices, months of inventory in July remained low with 4.1 months while days on market plummeted to just 48 days, 3 days less than the Texas average of 51.”

The majority of the month’s sales were existing homes which experienced an 18.7 percent increase with a total of 2,642 existing homes sold.  Existing homes sold for an average sales price of $231,371, a 4.6 percent year-over-year increase, while the median was $190,000, a 6.4 percent increase from 2014.

New home construction also saw significant growth in July. Sales of new home construction shot up 17.5 percent for a total of 336 homes sold with an average sales price of $311,886, a 5.5 percent increase from 2014. Median price was $280,000, a 4.8 percent year-over-year increase.

These increases come on the heels of a recent report from WalletHub which ranked San Antonio’s housing market as the third healthiest in the country due to affordable prices and equity levels. In fact, of the three Texas cities that made the list, San Antonio claimed the highest spot.

Bexar County alone reported significant growth with 2,204 homes sold in July, a 14.3 percent increase from 2014. In Bexar County the average sales price increased by 4.5 percent to $230,489 and the median sales price increased 6.0 percent to $189,000.

“Not only is the San Antonio area reporting strong numbers, but the whole state has experienced immense growth as well,” said Angela Shields, SABOR President and CEO. “Texas reported 169,757 homes sold since January, a 5.8 percent year-over-year increase with total dollar volume up 12.4 percent. We continue to be one of the fastest growing states due to our affordability, strong economy and warm weather.”

If you are thinking of buying or selling a home in San Antonio and would like to find out if now is a good time for you to buy or sell, contact your San Antonio real estate resource, Trudy Edwards of Keller Williams Realty Heritage at (210) 595-9801 or truesarealestate@gmail.com.