Located in the valley of the Rio Grande in Texas, the City of San Juan boasts a residential community of 34,000 people. The city is known as the home of Basilica of Our Lady of San Juan, one of the Rio Grande Valley's largest churches, although there's plenty more to enjoy. A choice of neighborhoods, affordable homes to rent or buy, a flourishing business community and several natural attractions all add to the appeal of this Hidalgo County city.
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Diverse choice of neighborhoods! Stay close to the city's amenities by choosing digs in the San Juan City Center, or head out of town to start your property search in walkable neighborhoods including Sioux Terrace and Miller/San Juan City Park. The average vacancy rate is a welcoming nine percent, which leaves plenty of elbow room to find your perfect home.
Explore the great outdoors! More than 220 annual sunny days give you plenty of time to enjoy natural spaces, such as the Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge and Carlson Lake.
Varied career options! San Juan has a thriving entrepreneurial community: perfect if you fancy flying solo. If you want a more traditional career route, you'll find opportunities within luxury car dealerships, such as Jaguar and Audi. Emerging industries include 3D printing, bio medical and high-end retail.
Tuck in! Grab an enchilada at La Curve Taqueria, or enjoy traditional tamales at Delias. Fancy something chilled for dessert? Head to local favorites, Popeye's Snow Wiz or the Dairy Queen Store.
Affordable properties! The median value of an owner occupied property in San Juan is around $80,000--an impressive 38 percent less than the Texas average. If you don't want to buy outright, you'll pay around $550 to $600 for rentals or rent to own homes. Rents are typically higher in the City Center than in neighborhoods such as Primavera Colonia and Morningside.
Low cost of living and ample amenities! The cost of living in San Juan is almost 15 percent less than in the rest of Texas. It means you'll have plenty of your budget left to take advantage of amenities such as Stripes Convenience Store and La Plaza Mall.
Unique cultural attractions! Discover the Virgen de San Juan shrine, the cultural crown of the Rio Grande Valley and one of the country's most visited shrines. Branch out a little to the neighboring areas to visit attractions such as the International Museum of Art & Science.
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