There’s an interesting feeling about being in a landlocked state. For a minute it makes you feel very secure. No tidal waves or godzilla monsters will reach your front door. But after a few minutes of pondering all the things from which you are insulated, you start to realize that your comforting insulation is actually isolation. Sure you won’t be swallowed up by a creature from the deep but is that worth never going to a proper beach? You might avoid shark attacks but you are also susceptible to crazy temperature fluctuation. Hell, if you are afraid of hurricanes you may try to avoid Florida but do you really think people in Bears Club homes in palm beach think about the weather? If they do they are pleasantly surprised that it is warm…all the time. And when it gets too hot they step inside a $5 million dollar estate that has air conditioning units in every room.
This isn’t all to say that inland states are worse, they are simply better places to raise a family, retire, or take up internet gambling as a profession. However, despite all of the landlocked states that do make getting out of bed difficult, New Mexico does not have this same problem. One of the few rare communities that features culture, art, entertainment, food, and a friendly feel. In fact, selling Rio Rancho real estate keeps getting easier as more and more families are settling in Rio Rancho where jobs keep appearing, and the golf courses never seem to overfill. More than that, it is just next door to the lone star state where The Woodlands home sales are picking up at a similar pace. Texas does have a coast but The Woodlands is plenty far away. People want to live in an area that is both beautiful and relaxing and both Texas and New Mexico happen to satisfy both wants without the risk of a sea monster stepping on your freshly mowed lawn.
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