San Antonio Prices Are Projected To Grow

Dated: 04/14/2016

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San Antonio Home Prices Are Projected To Grow By 26% Over The Next 3 Years


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The Alternative Daily Released it’s “5 Cities Where You Should Invest in Real Estate Now.”   San Antonio made the cut.   Local Realtor Tony Landaverde recommends you take a look at Alteza’s available floorplans.


Here’s what they had to say….


San Antonio, Texas


The online residential real estate website Trulia reports that San Antonio saw the largest jump in the millennial population of any US metropolitan area between 2010 and 2013. Forbes puts it at number three on its “Best Buy Cities – Where to Invest in Housing in 2016.” The average home price is a reasonable $201,000, but prices are projected to grow by 26 percent over the next three years. The Great Recession didn’t hit the Lone Star State as badly as other regions, and although oil prices are down, San Antonio’s economy is diverse. The city’s yearly job growth rate is at 3.7 percent. That high job growth rate attracts newcomers, and these people need places to rent.

Who else made the list?

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Las Vegas, Nevada

Memphis, Tennessee

Tampa, Florida


Thank you for this great article entitled "5 Cities Where You Should Invest In Real Estate NOW" by Jane Meggitt
Presented by Tony Landaverde, Realtor
Landaverde Realty
San Antonio, TX Realtor with eXp Realty
(210) 274-2378
www.TonyLandaverde.com
A Texas Licensed Realtor® License #607299


For information on careers with eXp Realty click on the link: Tony Landaverde eXp Careers

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