San Antonio Homes & Real Estate

Spanish for “Saint Anthony”, San Antonio is considered by many to be one of the best places to call home in all of Texas. From the famed San Antonio Riverwalk to its unique ethnic culture, it’s easy to fall in love with what this amazing South Texas town has to offer, even after just one visit. And whether you’re moving to the area from out of town or perhaps only looking to upgrade or downsize your current living situation, if you need a first-rate resource to browse active San Antonio real estate for sale, you’ve definitely come to the right place.

Local San Antonio Real Estate Info

Not many people know that San Antonio is actually the second most populated city in Texas. Home to over 1.4 million people and continuing to grow each and every year, it’s also one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S., and was actually the fastest growing major city in the country from 2000 to 2010. Aside from the city’s urban core, which of course is known as the Downtown district, San Antonio is comprised of 12 other distinct neighborhoods, which are each highlighted below:

San Antonio Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 5,779
Average Price: $341,998
Highest Listing Price: $9,800,000
Lowest Listing Price: $81,000

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Alamo Heights

Situated just two miles from Downtown, Alamo Heights is home to some of San Antonio’s best and most-visited attractions, including the Botanical Gardens, the San Antonio Zoo, the McNay Art Museum, and the San Antonio Country Club and Japanese Tea Gardens.

Midtown/Brackenridge Park

Perhaps offering the most eclectic mix of housing styles, if you appreciate unique and distinct residential architecture, several of Midtown’s sub-neighborhoods like Beacon Hill and the up-and-coming Five Points are a great place to begin your home search.

Uptown Central

Comprised of two large segments, Uptown Central, or just Uptown for short, is known most for its culture and assortment of trendy boutique shops. It’s also home to a number of other larger shopping malls and plazas, so if you love to be near lots of shopping, Uptown in San Antonio is the place for you!

Far North Central

The Far North Central is home to several high-end master-planned communities in addition to some of the most expensive real estate in all of San Antonio. If you're looking for luxury, there’s no better location in town to start your search than right here in Far North Central.

Northeast Side

Offering more of a suburban feel, if you’re looking to escape the hustle-and-bustle of the big city, many home buyers opt for the Northeast Side, which has plenty of fabulous single-family options for home buyers to consider.

Near Northwest Side

Home to several distinguished sub-neighborhoods, the Near Northwest Side is a quiet, unassuming residential district that’s home to a few different schools, a few different churches, and quite the section of housing options that should appeal to a wide range of today’s San Antonio home buyers.

Northwest Side

Popular among students and those working in the health care industry, The University of Texas at San Antonio, the University of Texas Health Health Science Center at San Antonio, the Northwest campus of the University of the Incarnate Word, and the city’s Medical Center District are all located here on the Northwest Side.

Far West Side

Easily one of the fastest developing parts of San Antonio, the Far West Side is a great option for those wanting to live close to work. Many of San Antonio’s largest employers are located here, making the daily commute short, quick, and as easy as possible for many who already call the Far West Side home.  

Inner West Side

If you’re looking for an area that’s bursting with with all kinds of activity, you’ll love calling the Inner West Side home. Once moving in, you’ll be just steps from the Guadalupe Street commercial and entertainment district, as well as a couple local universities, which help keep the area vibrant and full of energy.

South Side

Aptly named the South Side for being just south of downtown, this diverse San Antonio neighborhood is loaded art galleries, restaurants and culture, and if you’re in the market for a chic residential loft space, the South Side should have exactly what it is you’re looking for. 

East Side

Home to Saint Paul Square, the Alamodome, the San AntonioStock Show & Rodeo, the AT&T Center, and the old Freeman Coliseum, if you’re wanting to live close to some of the city’s best entertainment venues, there’s no place like the East Side.

Near East Side

Situated between IH35 and Alamo Heights, the Near East Side is a distinguished part of San Antonio that’s known for its rich history and some of its most historic homes. It’s also just minted from downtown, making it a convenient location to call home as well.

The data relating to real estate on this web site comes in part from the Internet Data Exchange program of the MLS of the San Antonio Board of Realtors®, and is updated as of May 27th, 2017 at 2:58am CDT (date/time).

IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing.