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Economic growth is returning to San Antonio

(San Antonio, TX– February 1, 2011) Economic growth is returning to San Antonio as the employment base is poised to grow, according to a recent report by Metrostudy, a national housing data and consulting firm that maintains the most extensive primary database on residential construction in the US housing market. Recent data published by the …

01/20/2011: Metrostudy Executive Briefing – San Antonio 4Q 2010

WHAT: The San Antonio Market 4Q 2010 Excutive Client Briefing WHEN: January 20, 2011. Notifications and Registration emails will be sent out to clients before the event. If you are not a current San Antonio Market subscriber, and you wish to attend the event, please contact Randall Allsup at 210-525-9549.

What Did You Learn This Summer?

Now that school is back in session, let’s revisit the age-old question of “what happened this summer?” Beginning this spring and continuing through the summer most businesses and individuals associated with the home building industry went on a roller coaster ride.  The chain of events that unfolded over this short period still has many dizzy …

San Antonio spring selling season the strongest in two years

(San Antonio, TX– August 20, 2010) The San Antonio spring selling season was the strongest in two years, according to a recent report by Metrostudy, a national housing data and consulting firm that maintains the most extensive primary database on residential construction in the U.S. housing market. May data published by the Texas A&M Real …

San Antonio New-Home Market Ready for Improvement

(San Antonio, TX – Jan. 27, 2010) Metrostudy’s prediction that the San Antonio housing market would bottom out in 2009 proved correct, as both starts and closings appear to have reached a floor, said Jack Inselmann, vice president of the U.S. Central Division of Metrostudy, a national housing market research firm.