Friday, September 21, 2018

Renting With A Family


Surprisingly, more than one-third of renters have kids at home.  Although renting has always been characterized as a lifestyle choice, market factors have driven more people in the direction of renting.


For those renters with kids at home, balancing the rising apartment rents along with the costs of raising a family can be a stressful challenge. According to the new analysis, San Antonio renters spend just as much money on their monthly rent payment than they do on their childcare costs.  


The cost of raising a family can be expensive, but that cost looks very different depending on where you are living.  In San Antonio that cost includes $1,300 on rent and an additional $1,200 on child care.


As apartment rents keep rising finding the best apartment deal has never been more critical. Our apartment locators know the best San Antonio apartments for renters with kids and can help you lock in the best deal for your budget.


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Friday, August 24, 2018

Luxury Condo Meets Record Breaking Milestone


Downtown San Antonio is desirable, cultural, and home to some of the oldest and tallest buildings. There has been a lot of focus on the revitalization of downtown and with the growth that the Alamo City is experiencing, The Arts Residences couldn’t have found a more desirable neighborhood to call home.


In a short 7 months The Arts Residences, a luxury condominium located just a short distance from the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts is already breaking records. Slated to open in 2020 and The Arts Residences has already been crowned the fastest condominium project in Texas. Residents are looking forward to enjoying 20 floors and 10 feet ceilings at the price tag of $400K up to over $4.5 million.


Residents will enjoy 20 floors and 10 feet ceilings at the price tag of 400K up to over $4.5 million.


Are you ready to embrace downtown living? Our licensed apartment locators are experts in downtown apartments. Call us at (210) 802-1112 to start your free customized apartment search.

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

San Antonio Lands Top Spot In Top 15 Low Housing Cost List


Many people expect homeownership to come at a much lower cost than renting, but thanks to Rentcafe and PropertyShark joining forces we now have proof that San Antonians who rent are in better shape than most states.

San Antonio was one of only 12 cities in the country where renters are able to save money at the end of the month.  Unlike some other cities, San Antonio renters on average are able to put away $163.  This is not to discredit the saving efforts of homeowners, just to say that renters in the Alamo city are financially capable of putting money away in their piggy banks.  

Our apartment finders in San Antonio are familiar with the rental inventory, money-saving specials, and market conditions. Let us help you save time and money in your search.  Call us at (210) 558-7377 to start your free apartment search.


Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Best Places For Apartment Decor In San Antonio

Using mirrors is a decorating trick that works wonders, but there are only so many mirrors you can hang up on the walls of your apartment.  When weighing the financial risks that come with furniture shopping we believe it is important that you do not become overwhelmed, but enjoy the experience.

Decorating a rental is a fun project, but also a daunting task. Whether your a first-time renter starting with a blank canvas or just looking for a good statement piece, here’s your roadmap to some of the best decor stores in the Alamo City.






Need to find a space that is Pinterest worthy? Call our apartment locators at (210) 802-1112 to schedule your free apartment search today!


Friday, July 6, 2018

The Top 10 College Apartment Essentials

Moving out of your dorm and into an apartment is a big step and as excited as you might be to move out of a tiny room, this is not a decision you should take lightly.  With more freedom comes more responsibility, and unlike a dorm, an apartment carries a lot of financial responsibility. Before you get overwhelmed shopping, here’s our list of ten essentials necessary for you to survive in your first college apartment


Where you will surf Facebook, pull the final exam all-nighter, and sleep. The top 3 essentials first needed for your bedroom are bedding, a lamp, and a study desk. Remember all the other luxury items can be collected over time.

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As a college student, the bathroom might be where you find yourself practicing your presentation. There are only a few things really needed for this room to be fully functional. Towels, soap, toilet paper and a shower curtain should make your list of priorities.

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This is the part of the shared home that you will probably spend most of your time and where grilled cheese become your best friend. As long as you have chairs, silverware, and a trashcan all else can be acquired with time.

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Whether you are looking for an apartment to rent solo or with a roommate, our apartment locators at Apartments Now are here to help you save time and money in your search. Give us a call today at (210) 802-1112 to start your free San Antonio apartment search.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

San Antonio Suburb Ranks On Best Places In Nation


Home to Texas State University and the popular outlet mall, San Marcos is just a short 45 minute drive from San Antonio. What you probably did not know is that AARP The Magazine recently recognized San Marcos for its affordability, ranking the city one of the best places to live for under $40,000 a year.

One of Texas’ oldest towns, whose population is 63,000 and counting, appeals as an inexpensive place to live for people of all ages. A house will cost you $230,000, which is significantly lower than Austin at $340,000.

Our apartment locators at Apartments Now understand the importance of housing affordability and will work to find you the best home for your budget. Give us a call to start your free apartment search today!

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Rent Continues To Soar In The Alamo City


The average rent rates In San Antonio continue to rise, despite the high occupancy rates. While occupancy rose to 89.9 percent, average rent also increased to $928 during the month of May. Not only did rent increase, but so did the average size of an apartment to 850 square feet.

Rent continued to increase, even as hot markets developed across the city. Areas like Leon Springs, Boerne, Kerrville and Brooks have all seen significant annualized growth. The Northwest submarket, I-10 and Loop 1604 continue to be one of the most active areas for multi-family development. These areas have continued to see price increases, driving renters towards more affordable deals further along North I-10.

If you are in the market for an apartment, take note that concessions will continue to decrease as summer rolls in.  Call our expert apartment locators today at (210) 802-1112 to start your free home search!