For over a decade, San Antonio has been a nationwide hot spot for real estate investing. During the recession, the market held strong with almost no decline in values and it hasn’t stopped growing since. This year, San Antonio ranked in the Top 20 list of Forbes “Where To Invest In Housing In 2017”. Last year home prices rose 7% even with a 7% undervalued home price giving an average median price 0K, well below the national average.

San Antonio’s economy is focused primarily within the military, healthcare, government services, financial services, oil and gas, and tourism services which has helped to drive the city’s dynamic and diverse economy. It is home to 4 massive military bases between the Army and Air force as well as 5 fortune 500 companies. The roots of San Antonio’s dramatic business growth and economic vibrancy can be traced to a superb infrastructure, pro-business local government and a culture that embraces entrepreneurial spirit. All of this points to why San Antonio is ideal for real estate investors. Our experienced and knowledgeable Regional Rep from San Antonio will be discussing hand-picked single-family and multi-family properties in strong rental areas with high returns!

Here are some topics and stats we will discuss in more detail:

-New construction homes and multi-units that cash flow!
-Why the rental market is on fire here
-2nd fasting growing city in the United States
-Lower than average cost of living index (93.2)
-3.7% unemployment rate!
-Which suburbs and neighborhoods are the best to buy in

More info on San Antonio, TX: Where to Invest in 2017 by Forbes

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