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If you're planning on buying or selling real estate in Laredo, Texas, this website is for you. It's been compiled by Laredo, TX real estate agents to help you research the city and its market so you can make sure to get started on the right foot. Those who are considering relocating to Laredo will find helpful information on jobs, schools, health care, entertainment, and the community. Current Laredo home owners will find tips on how to stage their home and make it more appealing to buyers, while buyers will find advice on how to pick out the perfect piece of real estate. It's all here, posted online for you by the experts, so take a look.

Laredo, Texas: The City Under Seven Flags

The city of Laredo, TX, located across the Rio Grande River from its twin and trading partner, Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, was once a part of the original Spanish empire in North America known as New Spain. Founded in 1755, the settlement that would become Laredo traded hands many times during its history, from Spain to America to the Republic of Rio Grande to America to the Confederate States of America and back to America again. This has helped Laredo to earn the nickname "the City Under Seven Flags."

As you would expect from a city that is connected to Mexico by several bridges and tunnels, the primary industry in Laredo, Texas is international trade. Millions of tons of goods are transported to and from the city each year, making Laredo the largest inland port in the country. This is far from the city's only means of economic support, however. With three major post secondary schools, education is also an important component, as is retail sales, which piggybacks on the import/export sector attracting shoppers from two regions in South Texas and Northern Mexico.

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There's more to do in Laredo, TX during your spare time than shop, of course. There are numerous festivals celebrating everything from Washington's Birthday to hunting as well as museums dedicated to science, art, and the history of the short-lived Republic of the Rio Grande. Outdoor activities are popular with many Texans, and Laredo's Lake Casa Blanca International State Park is a great place to go for fishing, swimming, hiking, camping, cook outs, biking, playing sports, and even skiing.

The Laredo, TX Real Estate Market

a Spanish Mission style cathedral, Laredo, TX One of the most appealing aspects of buying a home in Laredo, Texas, is the delightful profusion of interesting architectural styles. In many American cities you're forced to choose between one bland suburban box and another, but here in Laredo public buildings and private homes are a little more interesting. Laredo's warm climate makes Spanish Colonial style homes a logical choice, with their cooling stucco and tiled roofs. Other buildings and homes draw their influences from Spanish Mission, Spanish Revival, and even Greek Revival styles.

If you're planning a visit to the city you can easily tour the neighborhoods via public transit to locate the ones you'd be interested in. Downtown has most of the high rise apartments and condos while the San Augustin de Laredo district is home to most of the city's historic homes. The most popular neighborhoods right now include Shiloh, La Bota Ranch, Dellwood Park, Del Mar Hills, Santo Nino, Concord Hills, and Sierra Vista, many of which are planned subdivisions.

Prices vary between neighborhoods. Concord Hills, for example, lists around $65,000 and Del Mar Hills lists at a comparatively high $372,000. By looking at the two ends of the spectrum like this, we can see that overall Laredo, Texas' housing prices are not expensive. In fact with an average listing price of $172,000 and a median sales price around $77,000, the average price per square foot in Laredo, TX is only $69: a real bargain compared to places like Anaheim, California the Yonge and Bloor area of Toronto, Ontario.

Contact a Laredo, TX Real Estate Agent

Once you've finished your research and made your decision as to whether to go ahead with the real estate purchase or sale, you'll want to enlist the aid of a competent professional to make sure the transaction goes as smoothly as possible. We're the realtors of Laredo, Texas, so all you have to do is contact us and your work is done. We'll take over the hard chores and make sure you find the right buyer or property as fast as possible. Even if you aren't ready to move forward yet, we'll be happy to answer any questions you may have.

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