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F Flower Mound Amenities Not many amenities close to this location
F Flower Mound Cost of Living Cost of living is 33% higher than Texas
Flower Mound
12020% more expensive than the US average
919% less expensive than the US average
United States
100National cost of living index
Flower Mound cost of living
A+ Flower Mound Crime Total crime is 67% lower than Texas
Total crime
98364% lower than the US average
Chance of being a victim
1 in 10264% lower than the US average
Year-over-year crime
29%Year over year crime is up
Flower Mound crime
A- Flower Mound Employment Household income is 126% higher than Texas
Median household income
$123,492123% higher than the US average
Income per capita
$47,85760% higher than the US average
Unemployment rate
3%37% lower than the US average
Flower Mound employment
A Flower Mound Housing Home value is 105% higher than Texas
Median home value
$292,60058% higher than the US average
Median rent price
$1,61170% higher than the US average
Home ownership
86%36% higher than the US average
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A+ Flower Mound Schools HS graduation rate is 22% higher than Texas
High school grad. rates
95%15% higher than the US average
School test scores
88%78% higher than the US average
Student teacher ratio
15:15% lower than the US average
Flower Mound K-12 schools

Living in Flower Mound, TX

Flower Mound is a medium-sized city located in the state of Texas. The city has a population of 69,966 people. The majority of Flower Mound residents report their race to be White; this is followed by Asian and Black. If finding a family friendly city is important to you, look no further. With more than 86% of the population considered married and 44% with kids under the age of 18, Flower Mound could be considered a very suitable city for families.

Living in Flower Mound can be a positive experience for anyone relocating to the city. Having said that, in the state of Texas, there are many amazing places to live, so choose wisely! The best areas in Flower Mound and in surrounding cities are easier to find when you are able to make informed decisions. Using data from crime, weather, employment, you will see a detailed breakdown of the most important information as well as comparisons to the Texas and national averages.

Using data and statistics Flower Mound has received a livability score of 82 out of 100. This score is ranked in the 96th percentile when compared to all other cities. Pack your bags! This is a very high score in comparison to other US cities. Living in Flower Mound could be a great choice! The cherry on top is that Flower Mound also ranks in the top 10 percent of all cities. For each of the livability categories, we can establish that Flower Mound ranks very well for crime (A+), weather (B), education (A+), employment (A-) and housing (A). Regrettably for Flower Mound, there are some categories for which it does not score well, this includes: amenities (F) and cost of living (F).

Feeling a sense of safety in the area that you live in is a must for most people. Low crime rates can have a positive impact on things like home prices, home appreciation rates and the overall sense of community. Flower Mound has a violent crime rate of 59 crimes per 100,000 residents which is far lower than the national average.

School test scores can be an important metric in deciding if the local area schools can provide a solid educational system for children. The schools in Flower Mound have a test score average of 88%, which is well above the US average.

For buyers, real estate will be the largest purchase they ever make and it will also be their most valuable asset. For renters, the monthly rent paid on their Flower Mound apartments will most likely be their largest expense. Based on tangible metrics like home and rental affordability and appreciation rates, housing in this area has received a score that is well above the average of every other US city.

Flower Mound real estate prices and overall affordability will play a huge role in determining if the area is the right fit for you. Of course there are probably some other items on your “wish list”, but even before they are considered, let’s take a look at the home prices and affordability in Flower Mound. The median home price for Flower Mound homes is $292,600, which is 105% higher than the Texas average. If we take a closer look at the affordability of homes in Flower Mound, we’ll see that the home price to income ratio is 2.4, which is 7.7% lower than the Texas average. Year over year appreciation rates for homes in the Flower Mound area were 4.9% and the 5 year appreciation rates came in at 7.4%. Why is this important? Knowing the appreciation rates for any area is a quick and easy way to determine if you will see a solid return on your investment.

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Dont waste your money

No matter what, someone will always want something you have. From my past 13 years here being stolen from my garage multiple times, to the rude residents of the town and finushing off with the horrible police. Even if you come home late from work during the night they will HUNT you to raise their own quota. If i can change a single persons mind of moving here. Please dont, it may seem nice but its a fake delusion. After the first 3 weeks you will notice that any other plave in north Texas is a better use for your investment. In flower mound they will run the middle class out, there have been many evictions due to a low income family, and then treat bridlewood and wellington like their saints. Not even to get started on the heroin rings constantly with the school district. Ive lost several friend due to these in flower mound. Never move here.
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Depends on you

personally i do not like flower mound because people here are very spoiled and act rude. i have lived in all kinds of places, richest and poorest, but i think flower mound is full of snobs and a small amount of kind ppl.
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Depressing place to live!

This is a depressing town to live in. Rude people that only care about themselves and their money.People think it has great school and that's a lie! The kids are miserable and most of the parents are out of touch with what's going on. The cost of living is ridiculous. People pay stupid amounts just to rent before buying. The owners of these properties just scam you because they know you can't find anyone else that won't. Its a town that sucks the life out of you and its hard to get out once your in! The justice system is just out to trap kids so don't move here!!!! People think its such a upscale town. Its right by Lewisville! Ate you kidding me? The run down, gang looking scum are around the corner. You have to sit in it when going anywhere outside you little flower town circle of fake!
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Flower Mound Police are racist

One thing you would want to know if your black is be super careful driving out at night, because you will get pulled over by a cop. Why is this? well because black people to them look supicious. This black guy gotten pulled over 4 times in one week. They dont like black people and the flower mound judge is on their polcing side. Knowing this as a business owner i would relocate my business to a highly diverse part of the city. Flower Mound isnt it. However apart from the system the folks are very nice and pleasant. Please think twice before you decide to open a business and or live in this town. Research Flower Mound before you attempt to get herassed.
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Good schools but little diversity/culture

Flower Mound is safe, with good (not great) schools and quiet family communities. If that is all you are looking for in a city then FM may be perfect for you.

I have to disagree with this website's "average summer temperature" of 82 degrees. NO WAY. Just last summer we had over 30 days straight of 100+ degree weather and factor in nearly 50% gets miserable. I moved here from Phoenix and the summers are more tolerable there IMHO. Also considering the summer season here goes on for close to 5 months...well, you get my point I'm sure.

I consider myself somewhat of a food snob so I have to say the restaurant selections in FM is subpar. If you are OK with fast food and chain restaurants then it may not be an issue for you. We find ourselves driving 30-60 minutes for a nice meal with some authenticity/variety. For the higher rent/mortgage expenses there should be easy access to so much more without having to drive to Dallas or Fort Worth.

Speaking of Dallas/Fort Worth, Flower Mound is about equidistant from the 2 which can be a big plus for job prospects. It is not the most ideal commute but is doable. Unfortunately, public transportation falls desperately short so you will likely be driving yourself anywhere you need to go. And the traffic here is horrendous. The drivers are not courteous at all. Don't believe me? Google worst places to drive survey 2007 and you will see DFW ranked #2, second only to NYC. Seriously, the drivers here would sooner let you crash into a wall then let you merge. I've never seen anything like it.

I find the schools highly segregated in FM (and TX in general). I am a Caucasian and still find it odd that nearly 97% of my son's school is white. I prefer more diversity, as how does one become culturally competent otherwise? Also if you are not a particularly religious family you (or your children) may be somewhat of an outcast. I find FM families to have higher than average religiosity. These concepts also find their way into public schools.

Overall FM is a good community but we are researching options for relocation.
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Flower Mound, TX - Perfect For Families

I have lived in Flower Mound, TX for many years now. This is a wonderful location for families to enjoy. This city's name comes from the huge mound of wildflowers that decorates it. This is a beautiful place to visit or live. This area has a lot of sunshine in the summertime and a nice cool breeze in the winter. Enjoy the fresh air in this welcoming community.

There are many fun things to do in this area. Golf lovers will enjoy the Tour 18 Dallas attraction. There are many delicious restaurants to enjoy. You can find local diners or enjoy well-known coffee shops like Starbucks. There are many good shopping areas in this city too. The Highlands of Flower Mound is large outdoor shopping center that offers many different shopping places from popular department stores to unique specialty shops. There are other malls in the area too along with small businesses.

The school system in this area is good. You can choose from public or private schools for your children to attend. This community is very friendly and welcoming. You will enjoy how laid back the atmosphere is. This area is great for outdoor fun for all ages. There are many different biking and hiking trails to enjoy. If you enjoy wildlife and nature, then this is a great area for you to explore. There are many things to do indoors and out in this part of the world.
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