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13509 Queen Johanna Ct, Corpus Christi

3  3.0    Sq Ft: 2604  
Acres: 0.250  

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14610 Cane Harbor Blvd, Corpus Christi

5  6.0    Sq Ft: 4521  
Acres: 0.400  

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4309 Timon Blvd, Corpus Christi

 0.0    Sq Ft: 1040  
Acres: 2.500  

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13849 CAPTAINS ROW, Corpus Christi

4  4.0    Sq Ft: 3649  
Acres: 0.130  

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3302 Surfside Blvd, Corpus Christi

4  3.0    Sq Ft: 1890  
Acres: 0.290  

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1617 Ocean Dr, Corpus Christi

3  3.0    Sq Ft: 4592  
Acres: 0.270  

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4601 Gulfbreeze Blvd, Corpus Christi

6  5.0    Sq Ft: 3984  
Acres: 0.300  

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14326 Caribe St, Corpus Christi

4  3.0    Sq Ft: 3325  
Acres: 0.220  

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4  4.0    Sq Ft: 3471  
Acres: 0.360  
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Corpus Christi - Reasons to Buy Real Estate Here

Found in south Texas bordering the Gulf of Mexico lies the coastal city of Corpus Christi. Often nicknamed "The Sparkling City by the Sea", Corpus Christi is best known for its pristine coastline, low cost of living, good economy, and abundance of outdoor activities including windsurfing, sailing, and kiteboarding. Investing in real estate here is a great choice! A beach destination that can double both as a vacation home rental and a long-term rental destination is worth considering. Corpus is a great place to live with a high safety rating and cheap housing. This city is full of southern charm and it attracts many families and young professionals.

Corpus Christi area information
Malaquite Beach TexasCorpus Christi has over 100 miles of sunny beach shoreline. There are mostly calm waters, with choice spots for learning to surf with rideable swell as well as smooth, glassy bays. The beaches are known for their smooth, warm, white sand.
Spanish explorer Alonso Alvarez de Pineda was the first European explorer to arrive on Corpus Christi's sunny shores, and he named it for the "Body of Christ" religious feast day which was to occur the same day. The formal settlement of Corpus Christi was not until 1839, at which point it officially became part of the Republic of Texas. Rumors of treasure abound in Corpus Christi, thanks to its abundant dunes and miles of relatively untouched marsh. In fact, three Spanish treasure galleons famously wrecked offshore in 1554, and much of their treasure is still unaccounted for.
The first records show a population of just 175 around 1860, though Corpus Christi now has a population of about 320,000, which has steadily grown since 2000.
Housing Costs
The average house in Corpus Christi costs about $290,000 (2022), and demand is currently competitive, with home prices continuing to rise as the area grows. Home prices are expected to grow by 3.4% in 2022, and homes spend about 70 days on the market.
Corpus Christi has a temperate climate, with mild winters and hot summers. With 33 inches of rain per year, it is a little less rainy (~74 days) than the national average of 38 inches. Corpus Christi's 223 average days of sunshine also beats the national average of 204.
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