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City Profile: San Antonio, Texas
Median Home Price: $137,600
2005 Appreciation:
7.27%
5 year Appreciation: 30.97%

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MARKET TRENDS
San Antonio real estate values have risen at a slightly higher rate than Dallas and Houston, but remain in the single digits year-over-year, with price growth reflecting underlying supply and demand conditions rather than speculative buying in San Antonio investment property. Forecast tremendous job growth, relatively low home prices versus family income levels, and aggressive development make San Antonio real estate investment increasingly attractive to investors nationwide looking to invest in Texas real estate.
 

PREDICTIONS FOR THE FUTURE
The Texas real estate market is garnering nationwide attention. San Antonio 's current and forecast job growth, changing demographics towards a more educated, professional work force, and rapid development across the board are very positive signs. Add increasing interest from "Coastal" investors and the future of San Antonio investment property looks bright indeed.
 

CITY OVERVIEW
The San Antonio real estate market has become an increasingly popular one over the last several years. San Antonio is the third fastest growing city in the country, bolstered by tremendous job creation in professional and business-services firms.
 

KEY EMPLOYERS
Job growth in the San Antonio real estate market in coming quarters will be driven in large part by Toyota's planned $8 million truck facility, Washington Mutual's movement of a regional operations center to the area, recent US Military base realignment to the area, and SBC's acquisition of AT&T providing for job relocations to the combined companies' San Antonio headquarters. These developments bode well for San Antonio real estate investment, considering the city's historically strong and stable economy. Other top employers: United Service Automobile Association (USAA), Citicorp, JP Morgan Chase, H.E.B. Food Stores.

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