About McAllen, TX From the Web…
“It wasn’t until the early 1850’s, when John McAllen arrived in the Rio Grande Valley, did development begin to come together where McAllen is today. John McAllen and others established a town site in 1904 known then as West McAllen and the St. Louis, Brownsville and Mexico Railroad reached the town site a year later. In 1907, other developers started a town on their own land tract and named it East McAllen.”
“The same things that make McAllen attractive to people of all ages make it a great destination for Winter Texans. McAllen has warm weather, a low cost of living, friendly and helpful people and plenty of activity- from nightlife to musical arts and theatrical performances, to year-round golf and more.”
We serve the following cities:
McAllen, Pharr, San Juan, Mission, Alamo, Hidalgo, Edinburg, Donna, Weslaco, Mercedes, Harlingen, and Raymondville, and Reynosa, Hidalgo, Rio Bravo, and Gustavo Diaz Ordaz in Mexico.
We serve the following counties:
Hidalgo, Starr, Brooks, Kennedy, Willacy, and Cameron.