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San Antonio Home Sales Finish Strong in August

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After a slight decline in the volume of home sales in July, San Antonio area home sales bounced back strong in August and ended with a 13 percent increase in sales over the same time last year, according to the Multiple Listing Service Report from the San Antonio Board of REALTORS® (SABOR). Inventory remained below four months for the twelfth consecutive month, causing prices to continue their moderate increases.

The average price of a home in August rose four percent to $246,515 while median edged up seven percent to $211,800. The median has stayed over $200,000 since May.

In August, 46 percent of the homes sold in the San Antonio area were priced under $200,000 while homes priced between $200,000 and $500,000 accounted for 49 percent of the market. Homes priced over $500,000 made up five percent of the sales last month, up 0.5 percent from July.

The San Antonio area also continues to prove its affordability when compared to other markets around Texas. In Bexar County, the median price of a home sold in August was $194,000 while the median sales price in Harris County was $206,000 and the median in Dallas County was $210,000. Meanwhile, nearby in Travis County homes sold for a median price of $332,500.

“Though our prices may increase year-over-year, we still remain well below many of the other metro areas in the state,” said Angela Shields, SABOR’s President and CEO. “We also have so much diversity in our inventory with homes at all different price points. This makes it a prime area for both buyers looking for their new home and sellers wishing to put their house on the market.”

If you would like to learn more about buying or selling a home in the San Antonio real estate market it pays to work with a REALTOR® who knows and understands the area and market. 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.

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San Antonio Home Sales Recap Aug-14 Aug-15 Aug-16
Month Total # of Sales 2,427 (2% increase)  2,561 (5% increase)  2,900 (13% increase)
Average Price $222,385 (6% increase) $236,259 (7% increase) $246,515 (4% increase)
Median Price  $182,900 (5% increase) $198,300 (8% increase) $211,800 (7% increase)

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 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.

Home Sales Remain Strong in San Antonio Summer

June-2015-mkt-stats-graphic-0615According to the June 2015 Multiple Listing Report by the San Antonio Board of REALTORS® (SABOR), home sales saw their biggest increase yet this year in June with 2,925 homes sold. This is an 18 percent increase from the same month in 2014 and the largest number of sales in a single month this year. While both the average and median sales prices dropped marginally from May, both saw increases from last year. June’s average sales price rose five percent to $242,588 and the median price edged up six percent to $200,900.

The average sales price has remained over $200,000 since February 2014 while the median has maintained that level since May 2015. “Our market has been favorable to sellers this year as prices keep growing and length of time to sell a home continues to shrink,” said Mary Ann Jeffers, SABOR’s 2015 Chairman of the Board. “In June, homes sold for 97.8 percent of list price and price per square foot shot up to $108, a four percent increase from last year. It’s a prime market for sellers.”

Many sellers are jumping into the market as low inventory often creates faster sales and higher home prices in many areas. According to Fannie Mae’s recent National Housing Survey, 52 percent of Americans surveyed believe now is a good time to sell, the first time this metric has risen above 50 percent. In June, 3,875 new listings came on the San Antonio market, nearly 18 percent more than this time last year, and the month ended with 2,381 sales still pending. Days on market in San Antonio continue to fall with June reporting just 52 days, a 21 percent drop from June 2014, and months of inventory remains steady at 4.0 months.

While the market is tight for buyers, they are still finding homes to meet their needs. In June, homes priced below $200,000 continued to make up the majority of sales in the San Antonio market with 49.74 percent of homes sold priced in this bracket. Homes selling over $500,000 continued to climb with June reporting 5.88 percent in this range. Of those, most were priced between $500,000 and $600,000 with a total of 12 homes sold over one million dollars. Homes priced between $200,000 and $500,000 accounted for 44.41 percent of the month’s sales. “As the number of new listings continues to surge, buyers still have options when it comes to finding their dream home,” said Angela Shields, SABOR’s President and CEO.

San Antonio Home Sales Recap Jun-13 Jun-14 Jun-15
Month Total # of Sales  2,337 (12% increase) 2.483 (6% increase) 2,925 (18% increase)
Average Price $219,489 (6% increase) $231,919 (6% increase) $242,588 (5% increase)
Median Price $179,400 (6% increase) $189,200 (5% increase)  $200,900 (6% increase)
*Percentage increases are based on a year-over-year comparison.

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.

Summer Home Buying Season Off to a Strong Start San Antonio

May-2015-SA-mkt-stats-graphicThe San Antonio home sales numbers for May 2015 show that the summer home buying season got off to a strong start. According to a recent Multiple Listing Report from the San Antonio Board of REALTORS® (SABOR), May 2015 home sales in San Antonio totaled 2,574, a nine percent increase from the same month in 2014. Home spent an average of 59 Days on Market which was 11 percent less than in May 2014. Despite the strong sales activity the number of months of inventory increased to 3.9 months, the highest inventory figure all year.

Home prices in San Antonio showed a year over year increase of 10 percent with May’s average sales price at $246,772. Meanwhile, the median sales price climbed above $200,000 for the first time, with a price of $202,500.

“Our population has been surging as companies continue to relocate to San Antonio, bringing higher income jobs in the technology, military and medical fields,” said Mary Ann Jeffers, SABOR’s 2015 Chairman of the Board. “An increase in income levels as well as higher quality homes being built are translating into price increases. However, there does not appear to be any slow-down in the market. Inventory has edged up slightly, meaning there are more homes available for buyers, and sellers are able to get close to asking price.” In fact, according to the National Association of REALTORS®, the residential real estate market is on track for its best year since 2006, but this time without threat of a housing bubble.

More than three million jobs have been created across the country in the last year, and that growth has fueled the demand for homes. With low inventory and high demand, prices have increased in many markets around the nation. Low interest rates have also contributed to the higher sales as buyers can afford more house for their money.

In May in San Antonio, homes priced over $500,000 made up 5.75 percent of the market, a record for that price bracket and slightly above the previous high of 5.70 percent in July 2010. Meanwhile, homes priced below $200,000 accounted for 49.18 percent of sales and homes priced between $200,000 and $500,000 accounted for 44.99 percent of the total homes sold in May.

“Already this year, 10,269 homes have sold in San Antonio which is 11 percent more than this time last year,” said Angela Shields, SABOR’s President and CEO. “Our market has always been steady and with our warm weather, booming job growth and affordability, we expect to see continued demand for homes in San Antonio this summer.”

San Antonio Home Sales Recap May-13 May-14 May-15
Total Month Sales 2,499 (31% increase)  2,358 (6% decrease) 2,574 (9% increase)
Average Price $216,337 (10% increase)  $224,515 (4% increase) $246,772 (10% increase)
Median Price $175,900 (7% increase)  $184,400 (4% increase) $202,500 (10% increase)
*Percentage increases are based on a year-over-year comparison.

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.

Despite Recent Increases, San Antonio’s Housing Remains Affordable

April 2015 San Antonio Housing Market Statistics

April 2015 San Antonio Housing Market Statistics

There was plenty of activity in the San Antonio real estate market as single-family home sales increased 13 percent over the number of homes sold in April 2014.

Homes priced under $200,000 accounted for the majority of sales according to figures in the April 2015 Multiple Listing Report recently released by the San Antonio Board of REALTORS® (SABOR).

The number of days homes are staying on the market is now down to just 59 days while months of inventory rose slightly to 3.8 months from 3.6 months in March.  April’s average price edged up six percent year-over-year to an average of $224,426 and the median price rose 7 percent to $189,300.

“Though our prices continue to show increases and our supply remains low, San Antonio is still an affordable market compared to what we are seeing nationally,” said Mary Ann Jeffers, SABOR’s 2015 Chairman of the Board. “During the first quarter, the national median sales price for existing single family homes was $205,200 while San Antonio’s was just $184,200.”

According to Realtor.com, the increases seen around the country in prices are correcting for severe price declines in the recent past. These higher prices are to be expected as the economy improves. Home sales have strengthened as more buyers have entered the market during the spring buying season, and sustained job growth and interest rates below four percent have also been a catalyst behind the improvement in sales.

Growing prices coupled with low supply have not deterred local buyers who continue to flood the market seeking their dream homes. In April, the month ended with 2,390 sales still pending, a 13.6 percent increase from April 2014.

“With so many sales still pending, we head into the summer buying season with a healthy start and expect to keep seeing strong sales figures,” said Angela Shields, SABOR’s President and CEO. “Higher prices should encourage more owners to put their homes on the market and builders to start more construction. Already our inventory has edged up slightly and we hope to continue to see the steady demand result in an increased supply.”

San Antonio Home Sales Recap April 2013 April 2014 April 2015
Month Total # of Sales 1989 2123 2398 
Average Price $204,222 $210,941 $224,426
Median Price $168,300 $177,000 $189,300

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

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.

San Antonio Home Sales Surged in February 2015

San Antonio February 2915 Home Sales Statistics infographicReporting 1,724 San Antonio area homes sold in February 2015, a 14 percent year-over-year increase from 2014, the San Antonio Board of REALTORS® (SABOR) remarked in their February 2015 Multiple Listing Service report that this boom in home sales indicates a steady spring market on the horizon.

At the end of the month there were 1,881 sales still pending. This was a 21.5 percent increase from 2014 and a strong lead into March.

The San Antonio housing inventory remains low, at just 3.6 months. Days on market dipped down to 74 days while the average price per square foot edged up five percent to $101.

“We continue to see unprecedented growth in the San Antonio housing market in just about every area,” said Mary Ann Jeffers, SABOR’s 2015 Chairman of the Board. “Nationally, improved buyer demand at the beginning of 2015 pushed pending home sales in January up and buyers closed on homes at a swift pace despite tight inventory.”

According to the National Association of REALTORS®, total existing-homes sales in 2015 are forecast to be around 5.26 million, an increase of 6.4 percent from 2014. The national median existing-home price for all of this year is expected to have an increase near five percent.

Low interest rates as well as growth in jobs and income continue to play a role in San Antonio’s housing market boom. According to the recently released 2014 Profile of Texas Homebuyers and Sellers by the Texas Association of REALTORS®, the median household income among homebuyers in Texas increased 5.9 percent year-over-year. This is more than four times the increase in median household income among homebuyers nationally.

Locally, this increase in household income is likely a contributing factor to the shift towards more sales of homes priced in the mid-range ($200,000 – $500,000). Homes sold in this range grew seven percent from last year and made up 40.7 percent of February’s sales. Homes priced under $200,000 made up 55.6 percent of the market and homes priced over $500,000 accounted for 3.5 percent of the homes sold.

“An increase in income is a great asset for buyers who are looking to get pre-qualified for a mortgage and calculating their ability to afford the costs of homeownership,” said Angela Shields, SABOR’s President and CEO. “With people steadily moving into the city for jobs, including our military and medical personnel, there is always a market for both buyers and sellers at many different price points.”

 

San Antonio Home Sales Recap Feb. 2013 Feb. 2014 Feb. 2015
Total Month Sales 1,411 (8% increase)  1,509 (3% increase)  1,724 (14% increase)
Average Price $196,721 (5% increase) $203,355 (4% increase) $219,808 (8% increase)
Median Price $160,200 (4% increase)  $169,800 (5% increase)  $185,800

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

If you are thinking of buying or selling a home in San Antonio and would like to learn more about the San Antonio real estate market, contact your San Antonio real estate resource, Trudy Edwards, for more information.

Trudy Edwards is a real estate sales and marketing professional and an Accredited Buyer Representative with Keller Williams Realty Heritage. Contact Trudy Edwards at (210) 595-9801 or truesarealestate@gmail.com.

 

San Antonio Housing Market Continues 2014 Trends in January 2015

San Antonio Home Sales Stats Jan. 2015

San Antonio – San Antonio’s January housing market continued the strong pace set in 2014 by kicking off with marked growth in prices and sales from previous years. According to the January 2015 Multiple Listing Service report by the San Antonio Board of REALTORS® (SABOR), a total of 1,428 homes were sold last month, a five percent increase from the same month in 2014. Meanwhile, both the average and median prices also showed significant increases, with each rising by nine percent from 2014.

According to the 2014-Q4 Texas Quarterly Housing Report recently released by the Texas Association of REALTORS®  66,664 single-family homes were sold in Texas in the fourth quarter of 2014, an 8.46 percent increase from the same quarter of 2013. Additionally the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University that generated the report expects home sales in the first half of 2015 to continue the trend of 2014 with increases in home prices and low inventory.

“We saw year over year growth in our prices and sales figures throughout 2014, and with January getting off to a similar start, we expect 2015 to continue that trend,” said Mary Ann Jeffers, SABOR’s 2015 Chairman of the Board. “Our inventory remains low with just 3.6 months in January, and we ended the month with 1,615 sales still pending.”

In January, 59.2 percent of homes sold were priced under $200,000, nearly a seven percent decrease from January 2014. Meanwhile, homes priced between $200,000 and $500,000 made up 37.3 percent of sales, a six percent increase from 2013, and homes over $1 million accounted for 3.4 percent of sales, a half percent increase from last year.

“We have watched our mid-range and high-range markets increase over the last year, and 2015 looks to be no different so far. With our low cost of living, growing job market and continually low interest rates, homeowners are able to make their money go further,” said Angela Shields, SABOR’s President and CEO.

San Antonio Home Sales Recap January 2013 January 2014 January 2015
Total Month Sales  1,255 (24% increase)  1,363 (7% increase) 1,428 (5% increase)
Average Price $184,403 (4% increase) $194,312 (6% increase)  $212,222 (9% increase)
Median Price  $151,100 (3% increase)  $161,900 (7% increase)  $176,700 (9% increase)

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

If you are thinking of buying or selling a home in San Antonio and would like to learn more about the San Antonio real estate market, contact your San Antonio real estate resource, Trudy Edwards, for more information. Trudy Edwards is a real estate sales and marketing professional and an Accredited Buyer Representative with Keller Williams Realty Heritage. Contact Trudy Edwards at (210) 595-9801 or truesarealestate@gmail.com.

San Antonio Home Sales End Year Strong, December 2014

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San Antonio Housing Market Ends Year Strong

The San Antonio Board of REALTORS recently released the sales statistics for December 2014 along with the total 2014 sales numbers. The report showed that a total of 24,735 homes were sold since January 2014 which is a five percent (5%) increase from the same period in 2013. The Average Sales Price for the year rose five percent (5%) to $218,762 and the Median Sales Price climbed by six percent (6%) to $180,600.

The month of December itself also saw increases across the board with a whopping 16 percent (16%) increase in sales from the previous December for a total of 2,083 sales.

At the end of November, 2014, the San Antonio real estate market had only 3.9 months of inventory. By the end of December 2014 that had decreased even further to only 3.5 months of inventory. With a shortage of inventory, homes are selling faster, as shown by the Days on Market Average that at the end of December 2014 was only 70 days.

Mary Ann Jeffers, SABOR’s 2015 Chairman of the Board remarks that “The tight inventory makes this a sellers’ market while low interest rates allow buyers to make their money go further. It’s a good time to buy or sell on both fronts.”

At the recent SABOR San Antonio Housing Forecast, Mario Hernandez of the San Antonio Economic Development Foundation gave updates on the status of employment and companies moving to San Antonio. At the end of 2014 the unemployment rate in San Antonio was down to only 4.3% compared to 6% in 2013 as job growth increased 2.62% in 2014. Hernandez also highlighted some of the factors that attract companies to invest in San Antonio –

  • affordable land and energy
  • a skilled workforce of over 1 million
  • 15 schools and colleges with over 150,000 enrolled
  • Cost of living 9.2 points below US average

Hernandez also highlighted that San Antonio has been hailed by the national media in 2014 as—

  • “Best City For Business” by Forbes Magazine
  • “#4 Boomtown in US” by Bloomberg
  • “#3 New Tech Hotspot” by Forbes Magazine

All of these factors indicate that it is a great time to buy or sell a home in San Antonio.

Sales Recap  December 2012 December 2013  December 2014
Total Month Sales 1,548 (9% increase)  1,800 (14% increase) 2,083 (16% increase)
Average Price $193,374 (4% increase) $212,827 (10% increase) $224,193 (5% increase)
Median Price $160,400 (5% increase) $173,100 (7% increase) $184,100 (6% increase)

If you are thinking of buying or selling a home in San Antonio and would like to learn more about the San Antonio real estate market, contact you San Antonio real estate resource, Trudy Edwards, for more information. Trudy Edwards is a real estate sales and marketing professional and an Accredited Buyer Representative with Keller Williams Realty Heritage. Contact Trudy Edwards at (210) 595-9801 or truesarealestate@gmail.com.