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Why People Are Moving to Texas

Noticing more out-of-state license plates on the road? It’s not a coincidence.  According to the 2021 Texas Relocation Report, more than 500,000 people moved to Texas in 2019. The Lone Star State is getting bigger, with an average daily influx of 1,000 people. In fact, San Antonio sees an average of 66 new people moving to the city every single day. Those out-of-state license plates are here to stay, and here’s why… 5 Reasons Why People Are Flocking to Texas With a thriving economy, affordable cost of living, and booming housing market, it’s easy to see why Texas is a

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Buying a Home is Still Affordable

The last year has put emphasis on the importance of one’s home. As a result, some renters are making the jump into homeownership while some homeowners are re-evaluating their current house and considering a move to one that better fits their current lifestyle. Understanding how housing affordability works and the main market factors that impact it may help those who are ready to buy a home narrow down the optimal window of time in which to make a purchase. There are three main factors that go into determining how affordable homes are for buyers: Mortgage Rates Mortgage Payments as a

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5 Best Margaritas in San Antonio

San Antonio is chock-full of amazing restaurants with great food, but the margaritas are infamous and top notch across the city. From classic house margaritas to far-out flavored concoctions, take a look at our list of recommendations to help you find the perfect drink in town. Check out this list for the best margaritas in San Antonio and prepare to be transported south of the border. 1. La Fonda on Main La Fonda on Main always tops the list of quintessential San Antonio restaurants, and it’s easy to see why. This gorgeous hacienda-style restaurant has served authentic Mexican eats and

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5 Best Hiking Trails in San Antonio (and Surrounding Areas)

Tired of sitting behind your desk all week? Want to get outside with the family? If you’re looking for a short escape into nature, San Antonio’s best hiking trails are just what you need. With its gorgeous weather, diverse wildlife, and stunning scenery, San Antonio and the surrounding area remain a top choice for some of the best hiking trails in the state. Whether you’re in the mood for something long and strenuous, or short and easy, there is a perfect hike for you. We interviewed Boerne resident and health and wellness coach Natalie Sales, who makes hiking a regular

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5 Best Local Coffee Shops in San Antonio

Looking for a new spot for your morning coffee? The coffee scene in San Antonio is booming with cozy cafes, swanky coffee bars, and pop-up coffee trucks. Ditch the Starbucks and get your caffeine fix at one of these fantastic local coffee shops in San Antonio. 1. Merit Coffee Merit Coffee is a powerhouse of San Antonio’s coffee scene. This local roastery sources and produces thousands of pounds of high-quality coffee for use at its five cafes around town. Branded initially as Local Coffee, each of Merit Coffee’s shops reflect their neighborhood vibes. At the Stone Oak location, an industrial-chic style sets the

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