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SAN ANTONIO BUSINESS JOURNAL

Weekley to Unveil High-Density Neighborhood in San Antonio

San Antonio Business Journal staffer Tricia Lynn Silva reports that David Weekley Homes will break ground on the first of several high-density living projects planned for the San Antonio area this Friday. Part of the builder's Central Living line, the 46 homes in The Garden at Urban Crest will range in size from 1,600 to 2,600 square feet, and will be priced from the low $300,000s.

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San Antonio, TX Dashboard Reports

San Antonio, TX - May 2014 - New home Closings Swing Down

New home sales fell year-over-year in San Antonio, TX in May. The percentage of new home closings belonging to attached homes dropped, falling 1.8% percentage points. Average prices of new homes moved up, rising 0.7%. Average prices of new and existing homes dropped 4.2%. The percentage of new home closings belonging to single family homes rose, climbing 1.8% percentage points.

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San Antonio, TX Dashboard Reports

San Antonio, TX - April 2014 - Figures for New Home Closings Suggest Market Decline is Subsiding

New home sales fell in San Antonio, TX in April. Real Estate Owned (REO) closings as a percentage of existing home closings dropped, falling 3.3% percentage points. Average prices of new homes moved up, rising 10.0%. The percentage of new home closings belonging to single family homes rose, climbing 0.8% percentage points.

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San Antonio, TX Dashboard Reports

San Antonio, TX - March 2014 - Figures For New Home Closings Rise

New home sales rose year-over-year in San Antonio, TX in March. Mortgage amounts on new homes moved up, rising 4.9%. The percentage of new home closings belonging to attached homes rose, climbing 0.1% percentage points. Real Estate Owned (REO) closings as a percentage of existing home closings dropped, falling 1.6% percentage points.

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BIG BUILDER

Jacobs Ladder: Denver-based Century Communities lands a Texas growth engine -- UPDATE

Century Communities has leveraged proceeds of its $241.5 million Rule 144a equity offering earlier this year to snatch up a beachhead in Austin and San Antonio. With the acquisition of Jimmy Jacobs Homes, the No. 156-ranked builder among the BUILDER's "Next 100" rankings, Century's a legit public on the prowl. BIG BUILDER's John McManus reports and adds commentary.

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