Since the nation's real estate market bottomed out in 2007, it's been a buyer's market. Although Dallas was largely insulated from the housing crash, home prices still took a dip. But those days are already over in many areas of Dallas-Fort Worth.
Flower Mound may be in the 'burbs, but this Denton County city has a lot going for it.
According to RealEstate.com, Flower Mound is experiencing a 13 percent increase in list prices from August to October. This is the second-highest increase in Texas.
The median sale price in Flower Mound is $250,000, but the median list price is much higher, coming in at $378,000.
Flower Mound may be out in the 'burbs, but this Denton County city has a lot going for it.
In addition to being one the nation's best areas for job growth, Flower Mound is well below the national average for crime, with violent offenses virtually nonexistent. It also has a highly rated school district and an active community life.