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RV Properties in the Texas Tropics

If you're looking for an RV property in the beautiful Texas Tropics give me a call at 956-900-8487 or check out my website: www.MovingWithCarol.com.

Most of my lot listings are in Retama Village in Mission TX but I can help you find/purchase a property almost anywhere in the Rio Grande Valley.

Why contact me rather than another realtor?  

  • Well, first of all, I'm an RVer so I understand not only the real estate market, but also the special requirements of RVers.  For example, there is a lot listed here that is in a great location and has a really cute coach house.   It's also listed at a great price.   The only problem with it is that the RV parking pad is fairly short and slopes to one side, really only making it suitable for a short rig.   So if you have a 40 foot motorhome, I'm going to warn you about that... Now if you have a Sprinter Van it could be perfect!
  • I've also been a member of this forum for a long time and consider you all my extended family.  So I'm going to treat you like family and friends.   It's more important to me that you make the right decision than that I make a commission.  Just ask my husband

Why South Texas?

  • The weather is fabulous!
  • The cost of living is lower than most of the other southern options.
  • Low crime rates.  Recent FBI data rates our border cities as some of the safest in the country.
  • Friendly people -- the local population loves Winter Texans.
  • No hurricanes -- at least here in Mission.
  • You can go to the beach for the day, but don't have to worry about salt water on your rig.
  • We get to be neighbors!

So give me a call or email me at Carol@MovingWithCarol.com if you are considering a spot in south Texas.   I promise... no hard sell.   

-- Edited by Ckerr on Wednesday 5th of October 2016 09:54:18 AM



Carol Kerr Welch

Wife to Jeff, "Mom" to Chuy; Retama Village Resident

2018 Winnebago Horizon 40A,  Jeep Cherokee Limited, Harley Davidson Trike 

Realtor specializing in RV and 55+ Communities in the Rio Grande Valley



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