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Not only does Southern have a high quality of life, but its affordable housing and safe neighborhoods make it a good place to live. Making its way up to becoming one of the best places to live in Texas, Southern Texas is culturally diverse and embraces all backgrounds.
Southern Texas is also great place to live for those who like the outdoors. You are close to the Rio Grande where you can whitewater raft, canoe and fish. The Franklin Mountain State Park and Hueco Tanks State Park are great hiking and rock climbing spots.
The cost of living in Southern Texas is lower than the national average, while the cost of housing is well below that of major population areas like Houston and Austin.
While you can experience all four seasons, there are about 300 days of sunshine each year and in the summer the desert heat is dry but not humid.