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GIS Map | Lubbock

Lubbock is a city in northwest Texas known as the birthplace of rock ’n’ roll legend Buddy Holly. The Museum of Texas Tech University houses millions of objects of art, history and paleontology, plus the Moody Planetarium. Population: 253,888 (2017)

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W.T.C.I.E.

The West Texas Commercial Information Exchange is the best place to find commercial properties across the region. Commercial practitioners benefit from the marketing platform and the extensive features of the Catylist system.

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Residential Homes

Investing in residential real estate comes with numerous tax advantages. You can factor in deductions such as property depreciation, mortgage interest, the cost of repairs, maintenance, services, travel costs, meals, and even defer capital gains tax through the use of a 1031 Exchange.

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GIS Map | Odessa

Odessa is a city in western Texas. Downtown, Jack Ben Rabbit is an 8-foot-tall statue of a jackrabbit. Another 37 Jamboree Jackrabbits dot the city. The Presidential Archives and Leadership Library exhibits presidential memorabilia. Population: 116,861 (2017)

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GIS Map | Abilene

Abilene is a city in Taylor and Jones counties in Texas, United States. The population was 122,999 at the 2019 census, making it the 27th-most populous city in the state of Texas. It is the principal city of the Abilene Metropolitan Statistical Area, which had a 2017 estimated population of 170,219.

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GIS Map | Wichita Falls

Wichita Falls is a city in northern Texas. In the center, the Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum honors notable wrestlers and displays memorabilia. Nearby, the narrow, 4-story Newby-McMahon Building is nicknamed the “world's littlest skyscraper.”

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GIS Map | San Angelo

San Angelo is a city on the Concho River in Texas. It’s known for its 1860s U.S. army post, the Fort Concho National Historic Landmark. Its restored buildings display original artifacts and weapons. Population: 100,119 (2017)

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GIS Map | Amarillo

Amarillo is a city in the Texas Panhandle. It’s a gateway to the vast, trail-lined Palo Duro Canyon State Park. The Cadillac Ranch is an installation of graffiti-decorated cars, partly buried in a field. Population: 199,826 (2017)

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GIS Map | Midland

Midland is a city in western Texas. Part of the Permian Basin area, it’s an oil industry center. At the Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, interactive exhibits detail the history of local oil exploration and include Boom Town, a replica 1930s oil town with a land office and general store. Population: 142,344 (2019)

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