The sandy beaches, warm waters and various activities give the Texas Coast an irresistible allure.
Texas is one of the nation’s fastest growing states and strongest economies. Texas has now been named as the number one state in economic development by Business Facilities magazine. A total of $15.4 billion in investment and 9,335 jobs to be created have qualified it as State of the Year for 2007.
With this kind of economic strength and population growth, residents of Texas’ metropolises alone provide a large continual supply of buyers for our coastal properties. Factor in the growing interest we have from out-of-state and international buyers - and our future never looked better.
Houston, San Antonio, Dallas and Austin ranked among the nation’s top thriving cities. Almost all the resort areas on the Texas Gulf Coast are within a two hour drive away from a large metropolis.
Port Aransas is just minutes away from Corpus Christi and a two hour drive from San Antonio and Austin. Rockport and Port O’Connor are close to San Antonio and Austin.
Houston is less than an hour away from Galveston and about an hour away from the Bolivar Peninsula.
Beaumont Port Arthur is less than an hour from the Bolivar Peninsula. With energy companies investing nearly 20 billion dollars in the Beaumont Port Arthur area, the Bolivar Peninsula is experiencing tremendous growth.