Home prices have increased dramatically this year, making it difficult to buy their first home. But San Antonio rents don’t necessarily go down, either. From finding your perfect new home to negotiating rent prices, finding an apartment in San Antonio can be quite an experience. Taking inspiration from our sister post SFGate in San Francisco, MySA takes a look at local properties showcasing the best, the worst, and everything in between here in Alamo City. Let’s guess the rent.

Hope you enjoyed your stay at Canyon Lake last week as we return to San Antonio for this listing in what he calls the “cozy business district”.

We’ll see.

This week, Craigslist is offering a two-bedroom apartment in a complex called VUE at 11327 Expo Boulevard.

Each unit has a private balcony overlooking the business district just north of the medical center. But there’s something inside these apartments that looks like it was staged for a Nancy Meyers film set.

Let’s dive into it.

Another concept of open space but you have plenty of space to work.

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See? Do you see it? It is as if the one who furnished this room was a scenographer for Something must give. The apartment is full of modern touches and luxury furnishings.

A closer look at the kitchen gives us a better look at stainless steel appliances.

A closer look at the kitchen gives us a better look at stainless steel appliances.

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A closer look at the kitchen shows the modern stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. Some units even come with high-end amenities like a wine refrigerator. With so much white, there’s plenty of room to make it your own, as you can see by the kitchen artwork that screams Pop Art.

The sun hits the private balconies perfectly.

The sun hits the private balconies perfectly.

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As always, I’m a sucker for lots of natural light. It just does something for a room … but that room could probably use a curtain.

A rooftop pool provides guests with a place to swim above the trees.

A rooftop pool provides guests with a place to swim above the trees.

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Other amenities for this apartment complex including a resort style rooftop swimming pool.

Next to the pool is a lounge with grills.

Next to the pool is a lounge with grills.

Craigslist

And next to that pool is a lounge with what looks like artificial turf. The living room also comes with gas grills for all your barbecue needs.

So how much are you going to pay for this 1,162 square foot apartment? This two-bedroom apartment in a tower will cost $ 1,880 per month, but the post says the first three weeks are free. Two-bedroom apartments in the neighborhood cost an average of $ 1,396 per month, according to Zumper.