Sometimes a great deal on a house means a loss on the quality of the location, but this is by no means the case when it comes to Waco and its homes and neighborhoods. Waco features recreational activities for families and individuals alike, making it the perfect move for both expense and lifestyle. The town was originally built around the Waco Suspension Bridge, and is also the location of the McLennan County Courthouse. A riverwalk along the banks of the Brazos River extends from Baylor campus to Cameron Park Zoo. The trail is lighted and passes beneath the suspension bridge, offering a captivating and charming chance to enjoy a touch of nature while walking, jogging, or biking outdoors.

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Waco, Texas finds its home along the Brazos River and I-35, a comfortable half-way position between Texan cities Dallas and Austin. Falls County was added to Waco in 2013, and by 2014 the population estimate was up to over 260,000 people. Waco homes, for the most part, feature an all-inclusive package for a great deal, with many houses available on the market boasting three bedrooms or more for under $100,000. Homes can be found tucked along the river or in sprawling neighborhoods and idyllic southern streets.

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