Meet Edinburg, Texas, sitting just off the Gulf of Mexico and home to the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. With sunny and warm weather, Edinburg is also a bargain market for homebuyers. Affordable single family homes of one or two stories dominate listings, but beautiful condos can also be found at great values around the downtown area. For those looking for more space and luxury, check out new construction in one of Edinburg’s gated communities, and those wanting to build their dream home can easily snatch up a plot of land.
Nature lovers can enjoy naturalist tours at one of Texas’ three salt lakes, "El Sal del Rey," about 20 miles north of the city. History buffs will appreciate the Rio Grande Valley Civil War Trail, and a mobile app will alert the user when nearing a site to provide information. Every winter since 1937, residents have participated in the Texas Citrus Fiesta with a variety of craft and food vendors, along with activities such as the Parade of Oranges and vaquero cook-off. In February, the Mega Winter Texan Fiesta offers a golf tournament, Mexican artisan show, classic car show, dances and public recitals of cowboy poetry. Every March, enjoy talented indie music at the carefully curated Never Say Never festival.
Although situated north, the food takes on a definitive south of the border flair, with numerous Mexican eateries offering tamales, tacos and botanas. To offer variety, sushi, seafood, pizza and burger joints are also available. Jobs are plentiful in the retail, medical and public sectors. Several top-rated district and charter schools exist, and a new medical facility, Edinburg CISD School Based Health Center serves the needs of students regardless of their insurance classification or ability to pay. The recently remodeled Museum of South Texas History continues to surprise visitors with captivating exhibits and cultural events. Take your chances at spotting cottontail rabbit, pinkfooted duck or tropical parula at the Edinburg Scenic Wetlands. Play a full 18 holes at Los Lagos Golf Club, or 9-holes at the Edinburg Municipal Golf Course. The city also maintains a 90-acre park that includes baseball and soccer fields, picnic areas with BBQ pits and two lakes for fishing and canoeing. Houses, condos and lots sell throughout Edinburg in all price ranges. Browse our listings to find your perfect match.