Located in the state of Texas, Cedar Hill is a medium-sized city with a population of 47,457 residents. Cedar Hill is mostly populated by White (38%) and Black or African American (54%) ethnic groups. If finding a family friendly city is important to you, look no further. With more than 70% of the population considered married and 51% with kids under the age of 18, Cedar Hill could be considered a very suitable city for families.
Living in Cedar Hill can be a fulfilling experience for anyone relocating to the area. Having said that, in the state of Texas, there are many incredible places to live, so choose wisely! Finding the best places to live in Cedar Hill and nearby areas is a much easier task when you can rely on information and data from the livability score, which includes crime, cost of living, education, employment and other important metrics.
Using data and statistics Cedar Hill has received a livability score of 85 out of 100. This score is ranked in the 98th percentile when compared to all other cities. Clearly, Cedar Hill is doing something right, as this score ranks well above the average of most cities. Cedar Hill also ranks in the top 10 percent of all cities, which is no small feat! For each of the livability categories, we see that Cedar Hill ranks very well for amenities (A+), weather (B), education (A+) and housing (A).
Based on the proximity of local amenities like grocery stores, restaurants, coffee shops, parks, librairies, etc., Cedar Hill has received a higher than average score for its local amenities. If you’re planning on relocating and making this area your permanent home, it’s nice to know that there is an ample amount of amenities and things to do within walking distance or a short drive. Some of the interesting things to do and attractions include: Cedar Hill State Park, Joe Pool Lake, and Penn Farm at Cedar Hill State Park.
The average school test scores in Cedar Hill are 69%. This far exceeds the national average and ensures that this educational system will provide your children with the skills and the tools they need to thrive.
Finding affordable real estate and apartments for rent in Cedar Hill can be tricky. Having said that, this area might be the place to get the best of both worlds. Based on factors like home/rental affordability and appreciation rates, this area has received an above average score in the housing category.
Assuming that Cedar Hill meets all of your requirements, the next most important item to examine is the affordability of real estate in Cedar Hill. Everything else becomes a lot less important if it turns out that home prices in Cedar Hill are simply unattainable. The median home price for Cedar Hill homes is $139,100, which is 2.5% lower than the Texas average. If we take a closer look at the affordability of homes in Cedar Hill, we’ll see that the home price to income ratio is 2, which is 23.1% lower than the Texas average. For most people, purchasing a new home is the biggest investment they will make in their lifetime. Taking a look at overall real estate appreciation rates in Cedar Hill will offer some insight into determining if your home purchase will be a solid investment for years to come. In Cedar Hill, the year-over-year appreciation rates were 12.8%, and the 5 year appreciation rates came in at 10.1%.
|Average one way commute||30min||26min||26min|
|Workers who drive to work||86.8%||80.3%||76.4%|
|Workers who carpool||6.9%||10.6%||9.3%|
|Workers who take public transit||0.3%||1.5%||5.1%|
|Workers who bicycle||0.1%||0.3%||0.6%|
|Workers who walk||0.8%||1.6%||2.8%|
|Working from home||3.0%||4.3%||4.6%|
|Airports (within 30 miles of city center)||0 (2)||25||354|
|Amtrak train stations (within 30 miles of city center)||0 (3)||31||711|