Hill Country Village, Bexar County, Texas

Hill Country Village is a city in Bexar County, Texas. As of the 2014 census, the city population was 1,050. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 2.18 square miles. The population density was 482 people per square mile. The median age was 48.6 years (Texas state median age was 34.4 years). For every 100 females there were 113 males.
 
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Home
Price: $6,500
Home
Price: $448,500
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 4
Home
Price: $599,000
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 4
Finance
Median Price for Vacant Units (Year: 2015)
$215,418
Median Home Value (Year: 2015)
$817,130 (State: $152,000)
Changes in Home Value
+$416,030 since 2000 year
Upper Median Home Value
$1,127,351
Lower Median Home Value
$468,727
Median Housing Costs
$2,479 (Monthly)
Property Taxes with Mortgage (Year: 2015)
$10,391 (1.4%)
Property Taxes without Mortgage (Year: 2015)
$10,417 (1.1%)
Median Household Income (Year: 2015)
$223,608 (State: $55,653)
Changes in Household Income
+$92,711 since 2000 year
Household Income with a Mortgage
$245,469
Household Income without a Mortgage
$216,138
Houses with a Mortgage
179 units
Houses with Home Equity Loan
13 units
Houses without a Mortgage
149 units

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    Single-Family New House Construction Average Cost

     

      Total Renters by Rent Paid (Year: 2015)

       

        Total Owner-Occupied Houses by Value (Year: 2015)

         

          Household Distribution by Income

           
            Statistics
            Total Houses
            360
            Occupied Houses
            348
            Houses Occupied by (Owners / Renters)
            271 / 14
            Part of Renters in the City
            5% (State: 39%)
            Housing Density (per sq.mile)
            165 properties
            Median Quantity of Rooms (Housing)
            9.1 (State: 5.8)
            Median Quantity of Rooms (Apartments)
            4 (State: 3.8)
            Median Housing Year Built
            Year 1980
            Median Apartments Year Built
            Year 1970
            Average Residents in Household
            2.9 (State: 2.8)
            Part of Family Households
            84.3% (State: 69.9%)
            Part of Households with Unmarried Partners
            2.3% (State: 6%)
            Homosexual Households
            Lesbian: 0.3%, Gay: 0.3%

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              New House Construction Building Permits by Year

               

                Bedrooms in Occupied Properties

                 

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                    Year Householders Moved Into Residence by Races

                     
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