Contact the Exclusive Buyer Agents at The Totin Group, Keller Williams Legacy at (210) 872-8888 to schedule your showings of real estate for sale in San Antonio, Texas. Your Exclusive Buyer Agent works on your behalf at no out-of-pocket cost to you, whether you're here in town or relocating to San Antonio from anywhere in the world.

Find Your Dream Home in San Antonio, Texas

Why move to San Antonio, Texas?

Relocating to San Antonio? You're not alone...and here's why. San Antonio, TX offers homebuyers a blend of historical drama ("Remember the Alamo!"), amenable climate, low cost of living, exciting sports and recreational opportunities, a proud military heritage, gorgeous natural attractions, diverse neighborhoods, good schools, world-renowned festivals, endless culinary options and a vibrant downtown featuring our world-famous Riverwalk. With all that going for it, it's no wonder San Antonio has become America's seventh-largest city. And our real estate market is one of the most competitive in the U.S.

About San Antonio's Housing Options

San Antonio’s cost of living is below the national average, with an average price of $150,933 for a detached home for sale in the city. But we still offer a complete range of housing options for every budget, from condos to starter homes to multi-million-dollar custom mansions in the foothills of the Texas Hill Country. Though people have been building homes in San Antonio for centuries, the most recent building boom took place between 2000 and 2007. Over 5,000 new homes were built every year, and prices of new homes jumped from an average of $72,700 in 2000 to $166,500 in 2007, the last year of the boom. New construction hit a low of 1,594 units in 2011, but numbers have risen steadily since. In 2014, the average cost of a new construction home jumped to $214,100. 

About San Antonio's Real Estate Market

If you see something you love, contact The Totin Group, Keller Williams Legacy at (210) 872-8888 to schedule your private showing before it’s too late. As in most of the U.S., San Antonio is experiencing a "seller's market," meaning that there are more homebuyers than properties available. Homes for sale in San Antonio tend to go for top dollar, and they tend to go quickly. Your Exclusive Buyer Agent at The Totin Group can help you get ready for your house hunt with advice on pre-approvals, making offers, competitive market analyses of your desired properties, and more. And because the seller pays our fee, you can get our expert guidance at no out-of-pocket cost to you. Call The Totin Group today at (210) 872-8888 today to get started.

About Your San Antonio Neighbors

The population of San Antonio has grown to nearly 1.5 million, with 25% of that increase in just the past two decades. The population is young (the median age is just 33) and diverse. The estimated median income in 2015 was $48,869. Over 80% of adults have a high school degree, and one-quarter have a bachelor’s degree or higher. Nearly half of all adults in San Antonio are married. Though public transit is available, over three-quarters of San Antonians drive their personal vehicles to work (alone). Most residents enjoy an average commute of under 35 minutes.

Military City USA

The location of some of America’s largest military installations, San Antonio is home to thousands of military personnel and their families, giving it the nickname “Military City USA.” Joint Base San Antonio combines the U.S. Army’s Fort Sam Houston, a medical training and support post, and two U.S. Air Force bases with important training and support missions, Randolph Air Force Base and Lackland Air Force Base. The U.S. Army’s Camp Bullis, a training installation, is located north of the city. Once they're posted here, many service members fall in love with San Antonio and choose to stay. So in some neighborhoods and surrounding cities, as many as one in seven residents has a current or former military connection.

San Antonio Sports & Recreation

Most people know San Antonio as the home of the NBA Spurs and the WNBA Stars. Other popular professional teams include the Missions minor league baseball team, the San Antonio Rampage hockey team, and the San Antonio FC soccer team. The nearby Circuit of the Americas road racing course hosts IMSA and Le Mans endurance races and Formula 1 grand prix events. In addition to spectator sports, the San Antonio region is home to over 50 golf courses, including world-famous courses designed with help from PGA greats Arnold Palmer and Greg Norman, and hosts a PGA TOUR event, the Valero Texas Open.

Theme Parks in San Antonio

The San Antonio area is dotted with parks, playgrounds, sports complexes, nature trails, and theme parks including Sea World San Antonio (the largest marine life adventure park in the world) and Six Flags Fiesta Texas, the region's destination for musical shows and thrill rides. Schlitterbahn Waterpark Resort is the most popular summertime waterpark in the U.S. Opened in 1919, America’s oldest amusement park for children, Kiddie Park, offers old-fashioned rides and modern amenities. And San Antonio is home to Morgan’s Wonderland, the world’s first ultra-accessible amusement park that welcomes people of all ages and physical abilities.

San Antonio History & Heritage

Founded in 1718, San Antonio de Béxar—the settlement that became modern-day San Antonio—still offers glimpses into America’s Spanish colonial heritage. But San Antonio’s history begins centuries before the arrival of Spanish Conquistadors with the Coahuiltecans, about 200 small, independent bands of hunter-gatherers who lived in the area for over 10,000 years. The San Antonio area was the historic home of the Caddo tribe of Coahuiltecans. The Spanish spelling of the Caddoan word for “friend,” “taysha,” gave Texas its name. And one of the Indian missions founded by the Spaniards, San Antonio de Valero, eventually became known as The Alamo: the site of the legendary 1836 battle during the Texas Revolution. Though The Alamo had been secularized by the time of the battle, the nearby San Fernando Cathedral—the oldest cathedral in the U.S.—still welcomes Catholics to mass every week. Several communities north of San Antonio were settled in the following decades by German immigrants who were inspired by the successful Texas Revolution, and fled wars and political persecution in Europe to try for a new life in the New World.

The Totin Group - Your San Antonio Relocation Experts

If you're ready to move to San Antonio, Texas, contact the exclusive buyer representatives at The Totin Group, Keller Williams Legacy, today at (210) 872-8888. We can help you explore the real estate for sale in San Antonio, and get to know our wonderful neighborhoods and culture. The Totin Group can help you find the home of your dreams, and guide you step-by-step through the process of becoming a San Antonian. And because the seller typically pays our fee, you can get exclusive concierge home-buying services at no cost to you.

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