Community Siteplan


Companies continue to relocate their headquarters or expand into Texas because it’s good for business! Texas’ central location, attractive business environment (no state income tax and a right-to-work state) low cost of living and outstanding quality of life create a winning combination.

  • Named  “Best State to do Business” by CEO Magazine for 3rd year in a row.
  • Texas created more jobs than any other state last year.
  • Job Growth in Texas outpaces the nation with employment in Texas up 2.3 percent since May 2007 ( Source:Texas Workforce Commission)
  • One in six Americans who moved out of their state in 2007 came to Texas. (Source: 2008 U.S. Census Bureau report)
  • Texas economy continues to outperform the nation, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
  • The population growth rate in Texas is more than double the national rate and is expected to continue that trend. (Source: Robert Charles Lesser & Company)

Texas leads the nation in housing activity due to its continued job growth, strong relocation, affordable housing and stable home appreciation.


If any city is the embodiment of determination, perseverance and resiliency, it’s San Antonio, Texas. It’s a national treasure — home to one of the country’s most celebrated icons of liberty. Over the nearly 175 years since the heroic Battle of The Alamo, San Antonio has grown into a world-class destination among travelers and those looking to relocate. It is truly the cultural gateway to the American Southwest. Today, the 26 million people who visit the city each year can attest to its broad appeal. From its magnificent, romantic River Walk and rich history to its Tejano culture and theme park attractions like SeaWorld and Six Flags Fiesta Texas, San Antonio offers vacationing families a memorable, fun-filled retreat.

But the greatest perks belong to those who choose to live in San Antonio. Despite the recession and the downturn in the national economy, the city remains one of the top 10 most-active housing markets in the U.S. and the country's second most recession-proof municipality. Ranked the 3rd fastest-growing market in America, San Antonio is among the 10 best cities for home sellers and among the top 5 cities to buy a home. What's more, home closings in San Antonio continue to outpace starts and the city ranks first in the nation in home price appreciation*.

San Antonio resides deep in the heart of a state that continues to dominate the national economic statistics, outpacing and outperforming the rest of the country. Thanks to an expanding economy, high energy prices, its lowest unemployment rate in 25 years and the advantages of a gradual appreciation in home values over the past several years, Texas consistently boasts a healthy housing market.

San Antonio. There's no better place to live, work, start a business or raise a family.

* Based on population of at least 1 million and more than 10,000 new home starts/ closings.

 The San Antonio Difference:

  • The 3rd Fastest Growing City in America (U.S. Census Bureau)
  • Ranked in Top 5 best cities to buy a home ( July 2008)
  • San Antonio Ranked #6  by Forbes Magazine for Best Cities for Home Sellers
  • Among the 10 most active housing markets in the U.S. (Metrostudy) )
  • Ranked #1 in home price appreciation for a city with a population of 1 million and more than 10,000 new home starts/closings (Source: Trend Setter Realty April/May 2008)
  • San Antonio is America’s  #2 most recession-proof city (Forbes, April 20 2008)
  • San Antonio is ranked #1 in Top 10 Places to Invest (Source: NuWire Investor Magazine, 3rd Quarter   2007)
  • Maintains one of the lowest levels of new home inventory in the U.S. with closings continuing to outpace starts. (Source: Trend Setter Realty April/May 2008)

Why The Preserve at Medina River?   Location. Location. Location

  • Only 15 minutes to vibrant downtown San Antonio
  • Only 1.5 miles to the billion-dollar Toyota Manufacturing Plant
  • 2 miles to future Texas A&M University-San Antonio campus, opening 2010
  • The only approved master-planned community in south San Antonio
  • 160-acres of open space, lakes, tree-lined Media River and park

Supporting News Articles

San Antonio Business Journal
San Antonio Business Journal
San Antonio Business Journal
San Antonio Business Journal
San Antonio Real Estate
Robert Charles Lesser & Co.
San Antonio Real Estate
NuWire Investor
San Antonio Business Journal
Austin Business Journal
San Antonio Business Journal