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Trending or caveat? San Antonio’s soon-to-be hottest neighborhoodsTrending or caveat? San Antonio’s soon-to-be hottest neighborhoodshttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=119372016-02-02T06:00:00Z

SAN ANTONIO - Residential real estate brokerage firm Redfin compiled its Hottest Neighborhoods of 2016 report based on the site’s page views, favorites and feedback from local agents.

Three San Antonio neighborhoods made the cut. For the year ahead, Redfin is predicting that these areas will lead the city's residential real estate market:

Midtown

  • Median sale price: $221,000
  • Median days on market: 20
  • Average sale-to-list percentage: 97.3 percent

Thousand Oaks

  • Median sale price: $231,500
  • Median days on market: 18
  • Average sale-to-list percentage: 98.5 percent

Shavano Park

  • Median sale price: $230,200
  • Median days on market: 21
  • Average sale-to-list percentage: 98.1
Local Redfin agent Melanie Salas said Midtown has risen in popularity over the last few years due to its proximity to Pearl, which has become a "mini-downtown" for the neighborhood on the rise. 

But it's also Midtown's diverse housing stock that has made it so popular, with its inventory including everything from a historic mansion to a two-bedroom condominium.

The report focuses on what people are starting to look at, and which neighborhoods have piqued their interest before they decide to do anything about it.​
San Antonio Business Journal
San Antonio-New Braunfels
Housing
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