The market is also “consistent,” “unwavering,” “firm,” and showing “permanence,” according to the year-end report by the San Antonio Board of Realtors (SABOR).
“Total number of sales for the year remained unwavering,” states SABOR. All told, there were 17,914 single-family sales in the greater San Antonio area over the course of 2011 — unchanged from 2010 sales.
Meanwhile, the average price of a home in the San Antonio MSA “remained consistent” — standing at $185,516 at year-end 2011, a figure that is also unchanged from 2010.
Click to read full article: San Antonio’s housing market showing ‘permanence,’ study finds (San Antonio Business Journal, 1-17-12)