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The Lone Star State is full of bustling cities that are rich in culture and experiences; not the least of which is San Antonio. Sandwiched in between the Mexican border Austin, this city is a flurry of activity after activity, set within a rich history of both American and Hispanic culture.

Moving to San Antonio can definitely be a stepping stone to a better life for you and your family. Ranked 8th in “America’s Cities of the Future” by Forbes, this city is full of opportunities for individuals looking to call it home. Housing is affordable and cost of living is a little below the US average, making this a very development-friendly place to be.

In a city as vibrant as this one, there is no shortage of wonderful experiences to be a part of. The San Antonio River Walk is one of the most notable features of this cultured city thanks to its unique river taxis that give you a serene ride through the city. Pay a visit to the Alamo, the much revered “Shrine of Texas Liberty”. The San Antonio Museum of Art will also give you a glimpse into Latin American art among many other pieces of art from around the world. For individual and family enjoyment within San Antonio, look no further than the river walk itself. Along the walk are numerous restaurants to try out as well. The Brackenridge Park is another wonderful place to go hiking. For a bit more fun, theme parks like Splash-town San Antonio will give you a whole new appreciation of water parks. The San Antonio Zoo will be a place to remember given that it is filled with numerous unique and exotic animals for you to see.

For such a growing city, it follows that major builders such as Highland Homes and Monterey Homes among many more would build homes for individuals in search of them.  Homes in San Antonio range from the mid-100s to the high-900s, from hip townhomes to luxury homes with contemporary open plan designs and state of the art fixtures and appliances. The wide range of prices means that housing is for the most part affordable.

All in all, it is clear that a decision to move to San Antonio is one that you would not regret, and New Home Source is full of options for you to choose from to locate your next home in such a richly cultured city.

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    Redbud I (22414 Carriage Bush)

    Redbud I - Pointe at Wortham Oaks: San Antonio, Texas - CalAtlantic Homes

    Under Construction

    from $333,860

    Pointe at Wortham Oaks

    • 5 Br
    • 4 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 3,014 sq. ft.
    • Green

    San Antonio, TX 78261

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    by CalAtlantic Homes

    3392W (111 Coleto Creek)

    3392W - The Ranches at Creekside 55': Boerne, Texas - Perry Homes

    Ready to Build

    from $424,900

    The Ranches at Creekside 55'

    • 4 Br
    • 3.5 Ba
    • 3 Gr
    • 3,392 sq. ft.

    Boerne, TX 78006

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    by Perry Homes

    Lockford (32108 Tamarind Bend)

    Lockford - Johnson Ranch: Bulverde, Texas - Lennar

    Ready to Build

    from $316,900

    Johnson Ranch

    • 3 Br
    • 2 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 2,204 sq. ft.

    Bulverde, TX 78163

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    by Lennar

    Plan 229 (10011 Jeep Jump Lane)

    Plan 229 - Balcones Creek 70s: Boerne, Texas - Highland Homes

    Ready to Build

    from $446,990

    Balcones Creek 70s

    • 4 Br
    • 3 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 3,016 sq. ft.

    Boerne, TX 78006

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    by Highland Homes

    Kepley (8159 Two Winds)

    Kepley - The Heights at Two Creeks 50': San Antonio, Texas - David Weekley Homes

    Ready to Build

    from $299,990

    The Heights at Two Creeks 50'

    • 3 Br
    • 2 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 2,172 sq. ft.

    San Antonio, TX 78255

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    by David Weekley Homes

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    Pedernales (Pecan Gap)

    Pedernales - Pecan Crossing: New Braunfels, Texas - Ashton Woods Homes

    Ready to Build

    from $298,990

    Pecan Crossing

    • 4 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 3 Gr
    • 2,770 sq. ft.

    New Braunfels, TX 78130

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    by Ashton Woods Homes

    Alamosa-Silver (8803 Hays Parc Road)

    Alamosa-Silver - Parc at Escondido: Converse, Texas - CastleRock Communities

    Ready to Build

    from $242,990

    Parc at Escondido

    • 4 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 2,650 sq. ft.

    Converse, TX 78109

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    by CastleRock Communities

    Dartmouth (12223 Lexi Petal)

    Dartmouth - Alamo Ranch – The Summit Classic: San Antonio, Texas - Gehan Homes

    Ready to Build

    from $353,990

    Alamo Ranch – The Summit Classic

    • 4 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 3 Gr
    • 3,305 sq. ft.

    San Antonio, TX 78253

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    by Gehan Homes

    Giallo (114 Sunset Heights)

    Giallo - Heights of Cibolo: Cibolo, Texas - Lennar

    Ready to Build

    from $278,900

    Heights of Cibolo

    • 4 Br
    • 3 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 2,122 sq. ft.

    Cibolo, TX 78108

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    by Lennar

    Design 2539 (23325 Emerald Pass)

    Design 2539 - Coronado: San Antonio, Texas - Coventry Homes

    Ready to Build

    from $399,990

    Coronado

    • 4 Br
    • 3 Ba
    • 3 Gr
    • 2,535 sq. ft.

    San Antonio, TX 78258

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    by Coventry Homes

    Top New Home Cities in San Antonio

    Top New Home Cities in San Antonio

    City New Homes Average Price
    San Antonio 2440 $299,290
    New Braunfels 758 $331,683
    Boerne 509 $357,734
    Cibolo 254 $289,209
    Bulverde 213 $326,636
    Converse 174 $210,277
    Schertz 145 $312,640
    Fair Oaks Ranch 114 $457,652
    Helotes 109 $322,875
    Seguin 100 $231,878
    Spring Branch 18 $314,490
    Universal City 17 $250,379