The city of Hondo, Texas was first settled in 1881 by settlers from Alsace-Lorraine, Germany, Belgium and Mexico. Many family-owned businesses, farms and ranches are still owned by descendants of the founding families. The first Spaniard to explore the area was Cabeza de Vaca in the early 1530s, some 40 years after Columbus arrived in the New World. In 1930, the local Hondo Lions Club erected the now famous sign reading “This is God’s Country, Don’t Drive Through It Like Hell” at the city limits. The sign has been on the cover of National Geographic, and in the music video of Little Texas’ song “God Blessed Texas.” Hondo has seen consistent growth in both its population and local economy. Mortgage and loan buyers in Hondo have also seen steady growth. As a local Texas company, Alamo Note Buyers offers a superior understanding of State laws, to get you through the process of selling your note faster than anyone else!
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Hondo- “This is God’s Country!”
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Medina County Appraisal District Assessor/Collector
Medina County Appraisal District
City of Hondo’s Official Website
Hondo Chamber of Commerce