by Patricia Feager, 6/29/2017
Flower Mound Ranks 2 in Best Dallas Suburb 2017
What makes Flower Mound desirable are location, schools, close proximity to DFW Airport, the Las Colinas Business Center, Texas Presbyterian Hospital, the medical facilities, Senior Center, Lakeside Business Center (Mixed Use), parks and recreation, Flower Mound Community Activity Center, Lake Grapevine, Bridlewood Golf Course, Tour 18 Golf Course, shopping, restaurants, equestrian centers, and the sense of community. To learn more about Flower Mound neighborhoods click www.davedowns.com.
Flower Mound Schools in Lewisville Independent School District (LISD) attracts many families relocating to DFW Metroplex. If you have a child with Special Needs, or you want the best education for your children, click the link and check out TEA STAAR scores for public schools at www.lisd.net. Also, highly desirable is its tax rate in the bottom quartile of property tax in the Dallas area. Tax rates for 2016 are 2.11 percent of tax appraisal value.
Flower Mound is a boom town. New Home Construction costs between $500,000 to about one Million or more. Newest Construction areas in Flower Mound include:
- Orchard Flower - 55+ Community
- The Legends - 55+ Community
- Saddlewood - New Luxury Custom Builders (Bud Bartley and Victor Myers)
- Canyon Falls - New Luxury Homes (Toll Brothers)
- Creekside at Heritage Park - New Luxury Homes (Toll Brothers)
- Hunters Glen - Darling Homes and Taylor Morrison
- Parkside at Woodlake - Darling Homes and Taylor Morrison
When shopping for new construction, always hire a Texas Licensed Buyer's Agent and always get a Home Inspector. What are the advantages to new construction? Green Features, Custom Builders, Participating in the design of your new home, Energy Savings, and latest upgrades. The difference between getting a Buyer's Agent (paid for by the Builder) and a Sales Person (not licensed) is the Buyer's Agent works for you, the Buyer and the Builder's Sales Person works for the Builders.
Patricia's Tip of the Day
"It is not the beauty of a building you should look at; it's the construction of the foundation that will stand the test of time." --- David Allen Coe