Population: 58,608Median home value: $120,800 83 Ranks better than 97% of areas
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A+ Spring Amenities Lots of amenities close to this location
B- Spring Cost of Living Cost of living is 4% higher than Texas
946% less expensive than the US average
919% less expensive than the US average
United States
100National cost of living index
Spring cost of living
F Spring Crime Total crime is 26% higher than Texas
Total crime
3,78838% higher than the US average
Chance of being a victim
1 in 2738% higher than the US average
Year-over-year crime
-4%Year over year crime is down
Spring crime
C- Spring Employment Household income is 22% higher than Texas
Median household income
$66,81521% higher than the US average
Income per capita
$26,68411% lower than the US average
Unemployment rate
4%10% lower than the US average
Spring employment
A- Spring Housing Home value is 15% lower than Texas
Median home value
$120,80035% lower than the US average
Median rent price
$1,27735% higher than the US average
Home ownership
72%14% higher than the US average
Spring real estate or Spring rentals
A+ Spring Schools HS graduation rate is 8% higher than Texas
High school grad. rates
84%2% higher than the US average
School test scores
80%63% higher than the US average
Student teacher ratio
16:13% lower than the US average
Spring K-12 schools or Spring colleges

Living in Spring, TX

Spring, Texas is a medium-sized city with a population of 58,608 inhabitants. More than a quarter of the residents of Spring identify themselves as Hispanic or Latino, and 19% of the population speak Spanish as their primary or secondary language. The median age of all Spring residents is 33, which is well below the national average. This is a good indication that this city could be ideal for young singles. Spring has a high percentage of people who are married with children when compared to the rest of the country. In total, more than 74% of the population is classified as married and 53% have kids.

Whether you’re relocating to a new town to be closer to family, friends or for a new job, living in Spring could be a positive experience compared to other cities in Texas if you know where to search. Using the livability score which includes data from categories like crime, weather, employment, you can easily compare the best places to live in Spring and also determine if there are any nearby cities that might be a better match for your lifestyle. You can also compare Spring to Texas and the national average.

With a livability score of 83/100, Spring is ranked #821 in the United States and #219 in Texas. This is a phenomenal score, as Spring ranks well in multiple categories! Spring is also ranked in the top 10 percentile of all cities across the USA. There are seven total categories that create the livability score. Spring ranks well for amenities (A+), cost of living (B-), weather (B+), education (A+) and housing (A-). On a less positive note, Spring does not have favorable grades for the following: crime (F). If we take a look at the data, we can find out why.

Location, location, location - possibly the three most important words in your search for a new place to live. Fortunately, in Spring, there is no shortage of amazing local amenities and interesting things to do. Some of the notable things to do include: Old Town Spring, Splashtown, and Cypresswood Golf Club.

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 Spring have a test score average of 80%, 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 Spring 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.

Assuming that Spring meets all of your requirements, the next most important item to examine is the affordability of real estate in Spring. Everything else becomes a lot less important if it turns out that home prices in Spring are simply unattainable. Median real estate prices in Spring come in at $120,800, which is 15.3% lower than the Texas average. The home price to income ratio compares the median home prices to the median household income. In Spring, the home price to income ratio is 1.8, which is 30.8% lower than the Texas average. Real estate appreciation rates in Spring are important to consider, as they can act as a guide to determine if your new home purchase will be a solid investment going forward. During the last twelve months, the appreciation rate for Spring homes comes in at 4.6%, and the 5 year appreciation rates were 6.5%.

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Compare Spring, TX Livability To Other Cities

Best Neighborhoods In & Around Spring, TX

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Far Northeast, Houston8911.990,207
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
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Thicket at Cypresswood Community HOA in Spring, TX BE AWARE!!!

A lovely town, but please be careful if you decide to move into the Thicket at Cypresswood Community of Spring, TX. They have an HOA association with no common sense and a few busybody neighbors with nothing better to do than cause problems where they don't exist. They are lowering home values by their lack of common sense and spineless ability to stand up to busybody people. They are trying to evict a family with a Vietnamese Potbelly Pig- Wilbur Sardo. The state of Texas recognizes Vietnamese Potbelly Pigs as pets and taxes them, the USDA does not classify them as livestock, but for some reason, this HOA can not tell the difference. The HOA rules are way too general and allow a group of people with too much time on their hands to stick their noses in where there is no need. If your dog is too big, or your cat in the front yard, they may foreclose on your home. So just be very careful before you buy a home in this subdivision or any other with an HOA out of control. Balance, folks, it is all about balance! Please see Wilbur's blog for more details. http://www.wilbursardo.com/
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