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Vintage Oaks the fastest-growing community in the Hill Country for fifth straight year

Vintage Oaks is the fastest-growing community in the Texas Hill Country for the fifth straight year, according to newly released data that ranks San Antonio subdivisions by annual starts. The 3,300-acre masterplan offering Hill Country land and homes for sale is the fifth-most active and successful community in all of San Antonio, with an annualized 180 home starts in 2017—its best year by far.

Hill Country cities make Forbes and TIME best place to retire lists

When it comes to retirement today, there is the old stereotype that everyone moves to Florida, and then there is the reality that retirees are moving where they really want to live. Increasingly, that means retiring in Texas, and cities like Austin and Fredericksburg, which were both named to Forbes’ list of 25 Best Places to Retire. To compile its list of the top 25, Forbes sifted through “data on more than 400 cities from every state,” they said. Not surprisingly, economic factors weighed heavily and included overall cost of living, home prices in comparison to national averages, and tax climates for retirees in specific cities.

4 Tips For Buying Land In Texas Hill Country

Picking the perfect homesite and buying land in Texas Hill Country can be a more complicated process than buying a home because of the added considerations. When buying a new home, you’re typically limited to the homes and homesites the builder has available. But, you don’t have the same constraints with a land purchase, and in the Hill Country, the possibilities are endless. For many land buyers, that’s great news, but, for others, having so many choices can mean they don’t even know where to begin—or how to narrow down their options. These tips can help. 

Texas Hill Country home sales help drive U.S. new home sales to a 10-year high

Sales of new U.S. single-family homes are at a 10-year high—a trend being seen across the country and especially prevalent with Texas Hill Country homes. Here, Vintage Oaks’ newest community, The Grove, is making a splash with brand-new builder homes that offer an exceptional lifestyle in the area’s premier masterplan but with a smaller footprint.

New Fitness Club at Vintage Oaks adds to resort-style amenities

Vintage Oaks’ amazing resort-style amenities are among the top reasons why this masterplanned community continues to attract Texas Hill Country land and homebuyers. Being able to have immediate access to multiple pools, playgrounds, trails, and, of course, the acclaimed Tuscan Clubhouse right in the community, is idyllic. Next year, those amenities will become even more desirable with the addition of a brand-new Fitness Club at Vintage Oaks.

Being built in Vintage Oaks’ new community of The Grove and anticipated to open late next year, the all-new 7,000+ square foot Fitness Club will include resort-style amenities such as:

Comal County growth spurred by desirability of living in New Braunfels

New Braunfels has been one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation for several years as Hill Country land buyers and homebuyers migrate to this idyllic city from all over Texas and the country. That population growth pattern is expected to continue over the next three decades, according to new projections from the U.S. Census Bureau.   

All the New Braunfels holiday events you'll want to enjoy

The holidays are here and there are abundant New Braunfels holiday events and activities to keep you feeling festive all season long. Here are the ones you’ll want to put on your calendar.

Wine Enthusiast boasts about Texas Wine Trail

A new article in Wine Enthusiast recently asked the question so many others have already enthusiastically answered: “Is Texas the next great wine region to watch for?” Amid growing acclaim both here and abroad, the wineries of the Texas Wine Trail have become far more than a novelty. Here, ample space and ideal growing conditions “lend themselves to successful Old World varieties…common to regions such as Southern France and Spain,” they said.

New Braunfels named top retirement spot

New Braunfels has been on retirees’ radar as a warm and inviting city in a peaceful and scenic yet strategic location with great land and home offerings like those at Vintage Oaks, the fastest-growing community in the Hill Country for the past four years. Now, Money magazine has discovered what so many others have learned. The publication just named New Braunfels one of the best cities for retirees.

Halloween in the Hill Country presents options for kid and adult fun

Think Halloween is all about the kids? When you live in the Hill Country, you get a great mix of fun family events and activities, and also a few that are strictly adults-only. Whether you’re looking for a great activity for all ages or an opportunity to get out and have a scary good time with the 21-and-over crowd, you’ll find some great options here.