Buying Real Estate in San Antonio Should Be Considered Over Houston, Expert Says

August 23, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Houston is one of the most popular cities in America. Neighborhoods are changing quickly and more and more people want to move there for business opportunities, lifestyle and other elements. However, the population density is also increasing, even in some of the less popular neighborhoods or suburbs. In fact, there are millions of homes in this city, especially so in the more popular neighborhoods.

“Houston real estate market is rising quickly,”says Evan Roberts of Dependable Homebuyers,”This means that home prices have more than doubled in the past ten years.”

Rents in Houston are high and rising, even in less trendy areas. When it comes to suburbs, homes are easy to find, but the fact is that they are very expensive. For instance, a small home with three bedrooms and a single bathroom would be priced at three or four hundred thousand dollars. Of course, prices soar in better neighborhoods which means that the same house could be priced at five hundred thousand dollars in a trendier area.

Public school opportunities are great in Houston. The children in Houston neighborhoods have excellent city-wide technical schools, great specialized schools or even charter schools which are located in the city. People have to show that they can succeed, but it’s still a valuable opportunity. Some of the best public and private colleges in the country are also in Houston.

No one can deny that there are many benefits to living in Houston. However, the big city can be a tough one to live in. Rent is really high and it often makes it impossible for people to pay without roommates. This also leaves no room for enjoyment. Then there is traffic, which can often be a nightmare, making Houston life a stressful one.

People who want to leave the metropolitan grind of Houston, TX should take a look at some other options, like San Antonio. Roberts has stated that San Antonio represents a good opportunity for people who want the big city feel but none of the high costs of living in one. Those who want to know more about real estate in San Antonio can go to

San Antonio has changed a lot in recent years and the city has an improved image due to a strong commitment of different communities. Less popular neighborhoods have experienced tremendous growth through new restaurants, bars and brands moving into these areas. The real estate market in San Antonio is less competitive and it also offers a lot of charm, more so than modern Houston dwellings. To learn more about Dependable Homebuyers and what they have to offer, contact them for more details.

Companies like Dependable Homebuyers are there to guide and inform people about real estate in this area. San Antonio has a laid back culture and a cheaper lifestyle than Houston. In the past few years, many people have given up Houston for San Antonio and this is one of the reasons it’s seen plenty of development. More and more young people are moving to San Antonio as well and anyone with lower income would be able to afford an apartment of any size.


For more information about Dependable Homebuyers San Antonio, contact the company here:

Dependable Homebuyers San Antonio
Evan Roberts
(210) 944-4115
10211 Canton Field, San Antonio, TX 78245

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