Here is a great graphic from SABOR giving the statistics for San Antonio for May, 2014.

In addition, the Texas Association of Realtors® released the Texas Quarterly Housing Report on May 1st. This report is compiled by the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University using statistics gleaned from the multiple listing services in various markets throughout Texas and reports on data for single-family home sales. Below is the results for Texas as a whole and San Antonio. 


Sales in units:

Texas

2013 Q1 - 54,275
2014 Q1 - 55,322
1.92% increase

San Antonio

2013 Q1 - 4,641
2014 Q1 - 4,836
4.2% increase

Median Price:

Texas

2013 Q1 - 158,000
2014 Q1 - 172,900
9.43% increase

San Antonio

2013 Q1 - 156,500
2014 Q1 - 167,200
6.83% increase
 
Average Price:
 
Texas
 
2013 Q1 - 204,056
2014 Q1 - 225,337
10.42% increase
 
San Antonio
 
2013 Q1 - 190,915
2014 Q1 - 202,182
5.90% increase

Months of Inventory*:
 
Texas
 
2013 Q1 - 4.2
2014 Q1 - 3.4
19.04% decrease
 
San Antonio
 
2013 Q1 - 5.3
2014 Q1 - 4.3
18.86% decrease

*Less than 6 months inventory is considered a seller's market.