Featured Listings

This is where we live

Kelly, Realtors Listings

News

images

TRI WACO 2015

Thank you to everyone who came out to either participate or support triathletes in the Seventh Annual TriWaco Triathlon, which started with a 1500-meter open water swim in the Brazos River (no wetsuits) followed by a mostly flat and fast 25-mile bike ride on country roads north and west of Waco. The race finished out with a hilly 10-kilometer run along the Brazos River that lead to the oldest suspension bridge in the United States. The Sprint distance event included a 400-meter swim in the Brazos River, a 12-mile bike ride along the same country roads and a 5-kilometer run finishing on the suspension bridge. We look forward to seeing you in 2016!

Read More
images

Brazos Nights Fireworks Concert

As the bands tuned up Saturday evening, most people at the annual Fourth on the Brazos expressed pleasure with the patriotic celebration’s move from Indian Spring Park to McLane Stadium’s Touchdown Alley. They said they were enjoying the wide-open space the area offered as they settled in for the live music and the H-E-B Fireworks Extravaganza that evening.

Read More
images

Downtown News

The Waco Hippodrome Theatre is your source for first run & classic films along with live music, comedy & theatre. The Hippodrome is also home to Waco's most unique dining experience- boasting full service in-theatre dining, and a mezzanine level restaurant & bar overlooking Austin Avenue. As we embark on a second century in the biz, please join us for a truly Waco tradition.

Read More
images

Waco TX - Hottest Market in the USA

Active Waco listings on Realtor.com are viewed, on average, 335 times the highest in the country. Dallas comes in second, at 219 page views per active listing. To put that in perspective, the national average is 73 page views per active listing. No other Texas market made the top 20

Read More
images

Waco At A Glance

The Waco Region includes McLennan and six contiguous counties. Waco is the largest of 20 cities in the one-county McLennan County Metropolitan Statistical Area. Population (2010) Waco Region, 715,080; Waco MSA, 234,906 Growth (2000-2010) Waco MSA +16% Greater Waco is also one of seven metropolitan areas in the Texas Triangle mega-region. The others are Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington; Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood; Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos; San Antonio-New Braunfels; Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown; and College Station-Bryan. For a map of Waco, please click here. If relocating to Greater Waco, check out our Cost of Living Calculator.

Read More