NerdWallet, a financial advice website, looked at the U.C. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey for 944 American cities with populations between 25,000-75,000 to see which cities have the best combination of affordability, growth, prosperity and family-friendliness, according to a news release.
Flower Mound ranked No. 7.
“The 70,000-resident town ranks among the best for family friendliness, as 44 percent of families have kids,” NerdWallet wrote about Flower Mound. “The town has the cheapest median home value (about $280,000) of any of the cities with the highest 40 median annual household incomes. Put simply, your money will get you more house in Flower Mound than in many other places in our analysis.”
Linton Hall, Va. ranked No.1 on the list, and Little Elm came in No. 2.