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Our cities are growing, people are looking to move somewhere that is semi economical, we have a lot to offer with our sunny weather all year round.  Housing is economical whether you are looking to purchase or rent.  El Paso is the place to be, compared to many other cities we are still doing well.  El Paso & Las Cruces are great places to raise families.  We offer great schools, several colleges and Universities in the area,  and great entertainment to keep everyone busy.  Our mountains offer a gorgeous view and are terrific for those who like to hike.  Our communities have large groups who like to bike and you will often see cyclists climbing Transmountain or riding along the long roads on the way to Old Messilla, NM.  This area even has vineyards so that you can stop for a nice break and a delicious glass of wine from our locally grown grapes.  Our art districts are awesome also, between Las Cruces, El Paso and surrounding areas, we have a wonderful assortment of artists for all tastes.  Speaking of tastes, our restaurants in this area are to die for.  The best Mexican food I have ever eaten, and I have been everywhere.  From fast food, buffets to gourmet food, you will find what you like in both El Paso and Las Cruces.  Come visit and find out.We may not have a Six Flags, but we do have a lot to offer.

This page is for those who would like to feature a special property, either for sale or for rent.  A great place for people to come visit to see what is new on the market.

Invite your friends and family to visit this blog and page to see whats new.  Please point out the special features for the property to help people sift through properties quickly.

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English: Bassett Tower, El Paso, Texas. Photo ...

English: Bassett Tower, El Paso, Texas. Photo by camerafiend. Category:Images of El Paso (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: Downtown El Paso, Texas, taken in Apr...

English: Downtown El Paso, Texas, taken in April 2004 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Ron Coleman Trail Transmountain
Ron Coleman Trail Transmountain (Photo credit: lucega71)
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