South Texas’ largest county in terms of area, Webb County has a total area of 3,376 square miles, 19 square miles of which is water. It is bordered by the counties of Dimmit, La Salle and Maverick on the north; Jim Hogg and Zapata on the south; Duval on the east; and the Mexican states of Coahuila, Nuevo León and Tamaulipas on the west. Webb County is where some of the first ranches ever established in Texas once sprawled and Webb County ranch land remains prime real estate to this day.
Laredo, the seat of Webb County with the popular nickname of “The Gateway City,” is one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States. This is where the majority of the county’s population – 215,484 out of 231,470 – lives. Apart from Laredo and the smaller cities of El Cenizo and Rio Bravo, the rest of the population is scattered throughout the county’s various unincorporated communities, many of which are tucked away between large tracts of Webb County ranch land.
Rich in culture, history and natural beauty, Webb County epitomizes all the best that the South Texas region has to offer. Characterized by diversity in everything from its wildlife to its mix of cultures, Webb County is an ideal South Texas ranch land investment.
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