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ATTOM’s Neighborhood Data for San Antonio, TX

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The Artsy and Culture-laden Neighborhoods of San Antonio, TX

Popular neighborhoods in San Antonio, TX, include Olmos Park, Alamo Heights, The Pearl District, Southtown, and Castle Hills.

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Olmos Park is a suburban area approximately four miles from downtown. It is a friendly town with plenty of tree-lined streets, inner-neighborhood parks, and green spaces. Brackenridge Park is a local attraction. It is a 343-acre public park stretching along the San Antonio River. This area is also the location of the San Antonio Botanical Garden. The mini-city has international restaurants and brew houses. Olmos Park offers single-family homes ranging in price from around $450,000 to over $1,500,000. A small apartment district in the neighborhood has about 250 individual units.

The Pearl District is another popular community. The area is known for its art and culture with the San Antonio Museum of Art, The Witte Museum, and The DoSeum.
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San Antonio’s weather is warm. Average temperatures in the city range from 50° in January to the mid-90s in June. Because San Antonio is located in the center of the state, it is largely shielded from “Tornado Alley” affecting northern Texas and Oklahoma. San Antonio is 140 miles from the Gulf Coast. Hurricanes hitting the Gulf Coast are often just heavy showers by the time they reach the city.
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San Antonio neighborhood data shows high crime rates, and is considered safer than only four percent of U.S. cities.
The value of a home reflects its location. Crime, weather, unemployment rates, transportation, and access routes all factor into a property’s valuation.

ATTOM’s Neighborhood Data—The Insights Buyers Need

ATTOM’s neighborhood data at the city and zip code levels allow real estate professionals to find attractive areas for prospective buyers or investors. Marketers can target their efforts with a better understanding of communities and their demographics.

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ATTOM’s neighborhood data for San Antonio, TX, includes:


Current and five-year population characteristics.

Points of Interest (POI)

Local attractions, businesses, schools, and hospitals.

Transportation Noise

Data down to the property address level.

Transit Routes

Cable car, commuter rail, light rail and more.


Historical aggregate crime statistics.

Unemployment Rates

The latest data from local government agencies.



Weather patterns based on historical meteorological data.

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