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Austin, the capital city of Texas, is located in the heart of Central Texas. A growing metropolis, it is flanked by many quickly-growing rural towns and cities that are home to neighboring commuters. The “Keep it Weird” city boasts diver...

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Bastrop, Texas is located in the heart of Central Texas, just thirty miles from Austin, along the lower Colorado River. The National Register of Historic Places named Bastrop the "Most Historic Small Town in Texas" based on the vast number of h...

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Buda, Texas is a charming, small town just south of capital city, Austin. A commuter’s delight, Buda offers the proximity of the city, while allowing residents to bask in small-town life. As one of the fastest-growing areas in Texas, Buda spo...

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Kyle, Texas is located in the easternmost corner of Hays County, just south of metropolis giant, Austin. One of the fastest growing towns in Texas, Kyle is home to a population of citizens from varied cultural backgrounds. Residents enjoy the p...

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Lockhart, Texas is the county seat of Caldwell County, just a short drive from Austin. Welcoming to anyone passing through, this small city with continued growth has many bragging points. Officially named the "Barbecue Capital of Texas", this h...

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New Braunfels

New Braunfels, Texas is a mid-sized city along the IH-35 corridor--the fastest growing area in Texas. Intelligent growth, and smart planning and development are the hallmarks of this community. Located between the Comal River and the Guadalupe ...

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San Antonio

San Antonio, Texas is one of the largest cities in the United States, and has all of the wonderful attractions that draw visitors and residents alike. This historic city was home to many legendary events, including the infamous Alamo Mission, a...

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San Marcos

San Marcos, Texas is located along the burgeoning IH-35 corridor, midway between Austin and San Antonio. This historic community was founded in 1851, along the natural spring-fed San Marcos River. The jewel of the city, the pristine river is a ...

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Wimberley, Texas is located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, just about an hour’s scenic drive from either Austin or San Antonio. Set in western Hays County, where the Cypress Creek and the Blanco River meet, locals refer to Wimberley ...

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