Cost of Living

The Seguin, TX population has increased by 25% since 2020. Today, the city’s population is on the rise with projections set at 50,000 by 2030 and 50K by 2040. However, with more than 16,000 homes on the horizon, these numbers may be attained much sooner.

Anyone looking to reduce their cost of living can relocate into Seguin where the economy is strong, the downtown is attractive, and the local events and entertainment draw people in. The cost of living here remains lower than San Antonio's area suburbs and other big Texas cities. It is 1.4% lower than Texas's average and 7.4% lower than the US average.

Overall Cost of Living Index

LocationCost of Living Index
Seguin, TX92.6
San Antonio-New Braunfels, TX MSA91.3
Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos, TX MSA97.0
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX MSA100.3
Houston-Pasadena-The Woodlands, TX MSA94.0
United States100.0

Source: JobsEQ®
Data as of 2023Q4
Cost of Living per C2ER, data as of 2023Q4, imputed by Chmura where necessary.