Three Reasons Americans Are Moving To San Antonio, Texas

luxury real estateSan Antonio, Texas is home to one of the fastest growing job markets in the U.S., and it is also one of the 10 biggest cities in the nation. Five of the most lucrative businesses in the U.S. (five Fortune 500 companies) are located in this city as well. It’s not all about work and money, however. More Americans are choosing to purchase luxury real estate in San Antonio, Texas — and it’s not always the jobs that are motivating their decisions. In fact, many people are drawn by San Antonio’s one-of-a-kind attractions, nation-famous River Walk, and family-friendly atmosphere.

San Antonio Announces The First Book-Free Library
According to Discovery News, this one-of-a-kind library looks like the Apple Store and offers patrons the opportunity to rent various e-readers for up to two weeks at a time. County Judge Nelson Wolff is not worried about theft, either: “We do have your name, we do have your address. You check it out for two weeks, just like a library book. In two weeks, your e-book goes dead, so you won’t have anything worth keeping.”

The San Antonio River Walk: Something For Everyone
Local real estate agents listing homes for sale in San Antonio, Texas always remind would-be residents about one thing: most luxury real estate in the area is located just minutes away from the nation-famous San Antonio River Walk. The River Walk has several small specialty shops, local souvenir shops, top quality restaurants, and treasured local haunts, including pubs and bars.

Kids Will Love These Local Caverns And The San Antonio Zoo
Adults and kids alike will love exploring Natural Bridge Caverns, “a rocky underground wonderland of stalagmites and columns, shimmering calcite and slimy-looking flowstone,” according to The Travel Channel. If you want to stay above ground, the San Antonio Zoo houses 750 different species — and more than 3,500 animals in total.

Many prospective home buyers view property as an investment. Make it a wise one — by choosing homes located near The San Antonio River Walk, one of the nation’s only book-free libraries, and thousands of animals that your kids will love.

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