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Last updated August 22 at 9:43PM
502 Shiloh Dr
Crown Ridge
Laredo, TX
Updated August 14 at 9:50AM
2 Bedrooms
$980
502 Shiloh Dr
Crown Ridge
Laredo, TX
Updated August 22 at 9:51AM
1 Bedroom
$1,100
212 Obsidian Blvd
La Joya
Laredo, TX
Updated August 22 at 9:50AM
2 Bedrooms
$750
502 Shiloh Dr
Crown Ridge
Laredo, TX
Updated August 22 at 9:51AM
2 Bedrooms
$930
6820 Springfield Ave
Nye
Laredo, TX
Updated August 22 at 9:49AM
2 Bedrooms
$1,000
116 S Meadow Ave
Chacon
Laredo, TX
Updated August 22 at 9:43AM
2 Bedrooms
$550
6820 Springfield Ave
Nye
Laredo, TX
Updated August 17 at 2:06AM
3 Bedrooms
$1,250
212 Obsidian Blvd
La Joya
Laredo, TX
Updated August 17 at 2:22AM
3 Bedrooms
$890
201 Masterson St
Riverside
Laredo, TX
Updated August 22 at 9:49AM
2 Bedrooms
$700
6820 Springfield Ave
Nye
Laredo, TX
Updated August 22 at 9:51AM
1 Bedroom
$850
106 Obsidian Blvd
La Joya
Laredo, TX
Updated August 21 at 1:46AM
3 Bedrooms
$875
318 W Bustamante St
Sal Si Puedes
Laredo, TX
Updated August 15 at 2:08AM
2 Bedrooms
$800
410 Riverhill Loop
Riverhill
Laredo, TX
Updated August 22 at 9:51AM
2 Bedrooms
$780
301 International Blvd
Del Mar Hills
Laredo, TX
Updated July 6 at 6:33PM
Studio
$700
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City Guide
Laredo
Where to live:

While there are places to live in the south part of Laredo (close to the border), the North side of Laredo is generally where you’ll find the best neighborhoods. Some neighborhoods have more expensive living arrangements, but the majority are middle-income apartments, condos, older historical homes and single-family dwellings.

Del Mar: Located on the north side near Texas A&M International Campus, Del Mar is a great place to find some quality, even luxurious apartment living, as well as one and two story single-family homes. As blended as the city it resides in, Del Mar is made up of both new and old homes and it is a very coveted neighborhood. Rent checks around here range from moderate to expensive, but the convience and proximity to the highway (I-35) should ease your financial nerves a bit.

Downtown: As expected with any “downtown” address, Laredo’s downtown offers proximity to shopping, nightlife and some of the best restaurants in the area. The common place to set up shop (or…life) around here is either in a high-rise apartment or condo. Downtown is convenient for those who are relocating without a form of transportation or who are used to walking cities and public transit.

San Agustin de Laredo: Located within downtown Laredo, cathedrals and various history-riddled buildings complete with Spanish inspired architecture line the streets in this neighborhood; however they also share the same zip code with some newly constructed homes. Those looking to rent a piece of ancient (not really that ancient, this is America we’re talking about here) Texas can surely find a home to rent among the many older homes in the area. Keep in mind that the new homes were built during the housing boom, and we all know how that ended up. Thus, most are now available at a much lower rent than previously expected.

Embarcadero: Whoever heard of a neighborhood with a good mix of industrial and residential aspects? Apparently the people here have, as that’s exactly what you’ll get by living here. That, and some good, local shopping and restaurants. This ‘hood sits pretty between Interstate Highway 35 and the Rio Grande River and comes packed with the Embarcadero Business Park, no suits required. As for the neighborhood itself, Embarcadero is the perfect locale for those who are moving for a job opportunity in one of Laredo’s transportation/trade companies. Most of what you’ll find here are apartments and single-family homes, and everything is thankfully pretty affordable.

Save a horse, ride El Metro:

El Metro is the mass transit line that locals rely on to take them in and around the city. Looking forward to a day of shopping and cocktails with friends? El Metro offers Park ‘n Shop, which will take you all around downtown, from Target to the Social Security office, while your car stays put. For those who prefer to travel by car, you’re in luck. Laredo is home to 4 international bridges, a railway and 7 highways. While biking and hiking is done on the weekends for recreation, it’s important to note that Laredo weather is HOT (about 100 degrees or higher) for most of the year, so any mode of transportation that offers A/C will be the most beneficial to you and your overworked sweat glands.

And Now For a Geography Lesson:

Laredo sits on the northern bank of the Rio Grande and shares a border with Mexico -for this reason, a large portion of the population is made up of Hispanic people and Spanish is commonly a second language. Perhaps nothing is more influenced by Laredo’s southern neighbor as its economy. Laredo is the largest major port of entry between the U.S. and Mexico and most of the city’s economy depends on its trade with Mexico.

But Laredo isn’t all business. Those moving here can be thankful for its proximity to the beach, Mexico and San Antonio, which make a day trip or a weekend getaway an appealing option. So get ready to head south for the… life. Laredo welcomes you!

Lasso-ing your new Lifestyle:

Laredo is completely laid-back and most residents are content with the lack of hustle and bustle the city offers. You won’t find any hedge fund owners, fashion designers or world leaders here, but you will find a friendly community. Activities in Laredo are more centered around shopping downtown, grabbing weekend drinks at Springfield Street (north Laredo), spending a day at one of the many state parks (Lake Casa Blanca International State Park being the most popular) or taking part in one of the well-known city festivals, such as Washington’s Birthday Celebration (a MONTH long celebration! And you thought your birthday weekend was cool…) or the Jamboozie Festival (downtown closes for a festival of music and food).

If you’re an avid reader, make sure you have internet access to order those books you want or open a library account ASAP. The town of Laredo currently boasts 0 bookstores. It does, however, have two libraries, so that kind of makes up for it. Kind of.