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Although Texas is a land of mostly flat plains, interrupted in the north by low mountains, the state is far from boring. With some of the most diverse plant and animal life found in the United States, as well as some of the most stunning architecture, Texas truly is a unique state. In addition, Texas southern border is the Gulf of Mexico. This coastline, combined with the numerous lakes and rivers found in the state makes purchasing quality waterfront real estate an exciting possibility.
It may be surprising to learn Texas is mostly located in a subtropical climate. Most people think of Texas generally as a desert, but its climate ranges from almost tropical in the south to semiarid in the north, with the subtropical midsection the most prevalent. This gives Texas warm, sunny summers and temperate winters. Snow is not common in this state, but rain can be, especially in the spring.
Experts estimate Texas added over 250,000 jobs over the 2004-2005 year. Signaling a strong economy, job growth has been particularly great in various industrial sectors. As the largest state in the nation, with the second largest population at 22.5 million, Texas certainly has a lot to offer residents. The rising economy, coupled with extremely affordable housing options, makes it easy to understand why Texas popularity is growing.