Why move to Waco? We can give you a long list of reasons…
Cost of living
Waco’s cost of living index is 87 percent compared to other comparison cities (First Quarter 2016). We come in ahead of many areas of the state while offer a wonderful quality of life.
McLennan County boasts 20 school districts, and six are represented in Waco city limits. Waco also is home to Baylor University, McLennan Community College and Texas State Technical College.
Waco’s two major hospitals are in an expansion phase and are among the top five employers in Greater Waco.
Waco is home to lovely parks and recreational activities on the lake and rivers. A host of museums and cultural arts venues provide fun for residents of all age
As Greater Waco branches out to the 21st century, it maintains its hometown roots while responding to a growing population. That growth is far-reaching and widespread. We have been on a record pace for new home starts and subdivisions throughout McLennan County.
Growth is strong along the Highway 84 corridor to China Spring, from Robinson to Lorena and in all directions.
For more information on rental housing, visit WacoHousingSearch.org. Property managers/owners can list properties for free.