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Texas is the open range the Rio Grande flows through on its way to a rendezvous with the Gulf of Mexico. If you can’t find it in Texas, chances are you won’t find it anywhere. Buying Texas Land for Sale is like homesteading a piece of Lone Star future. The history is something they throw in extra.
From the cotton fields and pine woods of East Texas to the endless beaches of the Gulf Coast, from San Antonio with its flavors of Old Mexico to the commercial bustle of the Rio Grande Valley, Texas is no one place for a single dream, but many places for multiple dreams: the deserts of the west, the wide open oil country of the Panhandle, the quiet cattle ranches of the hill country, and the sophisticated dazzle of vibrant cities.
The metroplexes of Houston and Dallas are among the largest, fastest growing cities in America. Border towns like Brownsville are the gateway to manufacturing opportunities in Mexico. Coastal cities like Galveston provide a window to the world. And Austin gives America its heroes, whether in music, on the football field, in academia, or striding through the halls of the nation’s capital.
If Texas is just too big to be any one place, it’s also too big to have any one climate. Amarillo in the Panhandle may be buried in snow while tourists swim the warm waters of the Gulf off Corpus Christi. The winds gust relentlessly across the plains near Midland while a tropical monsoon brings rain to Beaumont. When there’s early morning frost in Paris, a heat wave may take out Laredo. Texas is parkas in one place – and bikinis in another.
And Texas is affordable. Whether you’re staking a claim to a home site north Dallas-Fort Worth or a hobby farm for longhorns outside of Odessa, Texas Land for Sale is within easy reach of your wallet.
Business loves Texas with its steady focus on growth. Families are attracted to its generally stable job market. Because in the Lone Star State, economic opportunity is as abundant as cattle: wealth and Texas have always gone hand in hand. It’s the place where men or women, starting from nothing, end up self-made millionaires. Texas is always looking to the future and planning for tomorrow’s markets, whether they’re in the energy sector with oil and gas, refineries, wind-farms, and technology flowing out of Austin; or in global transport from the port cities, and the billions of dollars in goods and materials flowing back and forth daily across the border with Mexico under NAFTA guidelines.
Texas avoided the worst of the free-fall when recession depressed real estate markets in much of the rest of America. True, in some markets sales have slowed from the fast pace of recent years. If anything, that makes Texas the perfect buyer’s market now: recovery will come sooner and equity growth will resume again long before home values rise in the harder hit areas of America. Is it a good time to buy property in Texas? Historically, it’s always a good time to buy Texas Land For Sale.