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Downtown Real Estate Insights

Downtown is located in San Antonio, Texas.

The many restaurants in Downtown such as French, Mexican and Tex-Mex will satisfy any culinary craving you might have, so no need to worry about being short of choices. This locale has some great nightlife spots, which offer a good variety of options to suit pretty much every taste. You can expand your interests and experience something new by visiting one of the many museums, performing arts spots and music halls here. It's just a short distance to some of the best stores here, such as art galleries, jewelers and fashion stores, which offer plenty of choice for shoppers of all kinds. If you are looking for an area with a good transit system, consider this neighborhood because the public transportation system here is clean, reliable and affordable. Around Downtown you will notice a lot of people biking to work, and when you see how packed the roads usually are, you might give biking a go yourself!

The faces of Downtown are ever-changing, as many of the homes here are occupied by renters, and not the owners. This area is a great place for singles to live; many of the residents are unmarried and enjoy an active lifestyle. The residents of Downtown tend to have a below-average income, according to public data.

Year-over-year, average listing price in Downtown modestly increased 4.9 percent, increasing from $1,277,300 last year to $1,340,285 this year. During the same period, inventory is noticeably increasing in this neighborhood year-over-year, with a 16.7 percent increase in for-sale listings last year alone. Some homes in this neighborhood have kitchens with granite countertops that are sure to make your kitchen a spot for your dinner party guests to gush over. Fireplaces give homes a special cozy feel, and some homes in this neighborhood feature real fireplaces to keep the whole family warm all winter. The historic houses in this neighborhood offer the chance to live with history; not only are they beautiful with details some modern homes just don't have, but they stand in grand, mature landscapes.