Buying Austin Texas or New Mexico Homes
By Rudy Silva
If you want to buy a new home in place that is bustling, growing, and interesting, but a little off of the map too, then try Austin, Texas. Austin Texas homes are being built fast and. although the area is growing without a doubt; it is still early enough to get a good deal on a house.
Austin Texas homes are much cheaper, but still built to last, than houses in many other big cities because the heat and the dryness of the area, as well as the fact that it is in Texas, scare most people away.
You should not be scared away by any of these conditions. Go out and look at the new homes in Austin Texas; you'll be surprised with weather and home quality. Although there is many things wrong Texas, Austin is very different from most of the rest of the state. In the first place, Austin Texas homes are often newly built, and benefit from superior water and city services, so even though it is dry around you, there is no worry about droughts.
The hot weather is another thing. Austin Texas homes are cooled by air conditioning, but when you are out of the house, you will just have to deal with the heat, and that is all that there is to it. But do not be scared away by the Texans at least.
If you are buying a home in Austin Texas, you are likely to be living next to some of the most interesting and progressive neighbors anywhere. This is because Austin is such a Mecca of culture and art. There is a great music scene, a pretty left wing political scene, and arts and literature are also not far behind.
Austin Texas homes are not located next to rednecks in El Paso, but in an area with an artistic community to rival New York City. The east coast snobs might scoff, but I say let them, they'll lose out. Unlike Manhattan, Austin is still growing that no one but the very rich can flourish.
Austin Texas homes are within the reach of most middle or working class families, so it really does make a lot of sense for you to move there. The amount of home you can buy can not be bought else where for the same price. No matter what your economic background is, you really should think about owning a home in Austin, where you will benefit from one of the liveliest communities in America. After all, all of the cooler and less desolate places have already been settled, so where else do you think that you are going to go, anyway?
You could move to the southwest, New Mexico. New Mexico is primarily a large rural state that has much to offer in the way of real estate, year round outdoor activities, and cultural events and celebrations. Prices of New Mexico homes vary throughout the state and greatly depend on geographical location. Santa Fe is the capitol of New Mexico, which is located in the north central part of the state. Los Alamos, home of the Los Alamos National Laboratory, is just thirty minutes west of Santa Fe, and just forty-five minutes southwest on I-25 is Albuquerque, the largest city in the state.
Historic Route 66 passes directly through Albuquerque complete with nostalgic cafes and businesses along the way. Further south is Truth of Consequences, then Las Cruces, the second largest city in the state, where I-25 ends and I-10 begins, taking motorists forty-five miles south to El Paso, Texas, and the Mexico border? To the east is the infamous alien town of Roswell, and to the west is Silver City nestled in the Gila Mountains.
So you decide where you want to investigate buying a new home in Texas or New Mexico.
About the Author
Rudy Silva is a writer and researcher and has more tips on how to buy and invest in real estate. For more real estate tips go to: http://www.fairtradefutures.org
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