Cedar Hill Ranks as One of the Best Places in All of Texas to Buy A Home
- Date Published
- Jul 10, 2017
- Business, Community Involvement, Events, General Info, Travel
contributed by: LendEDU
Texas is a large state, massive actually.
Both by area and population, Texas is the second biggest state in the United States. It is home to six major cities: Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, Fort Worth, and El Paso. The Lone Star State carries 34 electoral votes, making it a key political theatre. Texas also boasts 54 Fortune 500 companies and consistently leads the nation in export revenue.
With Texas’ gigantic size comes a whole bunch of options to choose from. It may be a simple decision like choosing where you want to go for lunch or what park you want to go to.
Or, it could be a much more consequential decision like finding where you want to buy a home. Normally, this is a stressful process no matter where you live, but in Texas it becomes ten times as hard thanks to the state's massiveness.
Luckily, LendEDU has licensed data that has helped us determine the 250 best towns in Texas to buy a home. Analyzing nearly 1,000 Texas towns, we shortened our list down to 250 places by using a unique equation that factored in three weighted parameters.
The three parameters were as follows:
Home Income to Value Ratio Score (40%, listed in table as Value Score)
Five Year Population Forecast Score (40%, listed in table as Population Score)
Five Year Income Forecast Score (20%, listed in table as Income Score)