In addition, you can check out the Stone Oak area. There are many nice apartment complexes and even more bars in the area. The rent can be steep, but a small one bedroom should be around your price range.
Let me know if I can help!
Just call or e-mail me! I am happy to help!
Good Luck and welcome to the "Alamo City"
Jose L. Novelo
Congratulations on the move, San Antonio is a great place to live. I am in the same age group and I highly prefer the Downtown or even uptown area. The Quarry is also a great place to live. Local bars, restaurants, shopping are all very close. But I feel for the price range it may not be doable since rental rates in that area are increasingly high. I would get in touch with an apartment locator.
Best of luck with the move,
Keller Williams Realty Alamo Heights
I encourage you visit my website http://www.smarttxhomeloan.com and call 210.399.3838 to see what you qualify for!
Prices are down
Interest rates are WAY DOWN
Sellers are willing to wheel and deal
If you buy a home now:
* You will get more for your money - Rentals never stack up to homes you can buy for the same payment
* Tax Write-off - You can write off the interest you pay on your mortgage, you can't do that with rent
* Build Equity in the home - Each time you make a payment, you are that much closer to owning it!
* Gain Appreciation - Homes tend to go up in value... the home is worth more than you bought it for!
If you rent a home: You get nothing!
Jason C Campbell
Option One Real Estate