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            Cascada at Tres Lagos by Esperanza in Rio Grande Valley Texas
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            Cascada at Tres Lagos

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            5004 Escondido Pass
            McAllen, TX 78504



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            The Rio Grande Valley, or "The Valley," as it is commonly known, is an area on the southern tip of South Texas that separates Mexico and the United States. It is actually not a river, but a delta which was given the title of "valley" to attract early settlers. The region consists of four Counties namely Star County, Hildago County, Willacy County and Cameron County, which together are home to over a million people.

            Sixty percent of the people in the Valley live in either Cameron or Hidalgo. Hidalgo is particularly populous, with more than half a million people. The county, which shares a name with its largest town, continues to thrive as more Americans come to the area to escape the winter months, and bring a lot of business to the local retail industry. This might not be the best place to move to if you are looking for non-retail work, but it is one of the best places to live and commute to neighboring cities and towns that offer even more opportunities. There are four major towns nearby that offer employment and entertainment opportunities: Edinburgh, McAllen, Mission and Pharr. These towns offer all the education facilities, health centers, and other civic amenities that other cities in the Valley do not have, and they are only a short distance away.

            The Rio Grande itself is a gateway between Mexico and America. It is a town that has served our Mexican sister cities for a long time, and it remains the ideal place to live for anyone who wants to experience the best of both countries. What the Rio Grande has that most metropolitan areas in the U.S. don't have is truly affordable real estate. New Home Source has the inside scoop on all the new houses, condos and apartments being built throughout Texas' Rio Grande Valley.

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