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SAN ANTONIO HOUSING 2Q16: Resale Market Shows Stronger Annual Growth Than New Home Starts

2Q16 annual new home starts increased 5.6% YoY; Annual new home closings up only 0.2% YoY. In 2Q16, 53% of annual new single-family starts were priced above $250K. Over the last twelve months, the market delivered approximately 11,000 new lots and, during 2Q16, 2,650 new lots were versus 2,619 lots absorbed. AUGUST 2016 – Metrostudy’s 2Q16 …

SAN ANTONIO HOUSING 1Q16: Slower Growth for New Home Starts Diminishes Outlook for 2016

Annual new home starts in 1Q16 increased 3.7% YoY; Annual new home closings increased 5.9% YoY. In spite of declines in total inventory, San Antonio is in good shape with its inventory levels, however concerns remain for the higher price ranges in some areas. Over the last twelve months the market delivered approximately 10,800 new …

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As part of the new website redesign that streamlines our site visitor experience, effective Monday, October 5, 2015, MetrostudyReport.com is now part of metrostudy.com! Going forward, our news content will be found here on the Metrostudy site. Due to this address change, Metrostudyreport.com will be discontinued, but you will still be able to get updates from …

SAN ANTONIO HOUSING 1Q15: New Home Closings Increase In First Quarter

May 2015 – The San Antonio housing economy had a good first quarter even though the annual rate of single-family housing starts did not increase since the end of last year. Significant rainfall during the first part of this year limited the completion of new lots and slowed starts overall. This leads to higher expectations …