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We are the fastest-growing Flower Mound property management company, providing property management and brokerage services in Flower Mound, Bedford, Denton, Dallas, Euless, Fort Worth, Grapevine, Hurst, Irving, Plano, and surrounding areas (click here to see a full list of areas we service in Texas). We offer a full range of property management services tailored to you as an investor, homeowner, or landlord. We have an extensive portfolio of single-family homes for lease in Flower Mound Area.
Being the trusted name in Flower Mound property management, DFW Property Management.com strives to create a win/win relationship with our owners and tenants. You will no longer have to worry when you have DFW Properties manage your property. We, as your Flower Mound property managers, are dedicated to selecting quality tenants and keeping your investment in good condition with minimal repair cost. We want your real estate investment to be a success.
We offer three different property-management packages at reasonable rates. Please click on the buttons below to read more about what services are offered in each one, or review our package comparison chart to select the best one to suit your needs.
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Flower Mound Area Information
Flower Mound is a town in Denton and Tarrant counties in the U.S. state of Texas. The population was 50,702 at the 2000 census, and the U.S. Census Bureau 2006 estimate was 63,526. The town derives its name from the prominent 12.5-acre mound located in the southern portion of the town which is covered by wild flowers. The most widely accepted explanation for the mound is that it was a sacred ceremonial ground of Wichita Indians in the early 1800s. Though surrounded by commercial and residential development, the mound is privately owned so as to be protected from further development.
Flower Mound has a small-town atmosphere with easy access to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. It refuses to be referred to as a “city” despite its recent growth; it bills itself as the “Town of Flower Mound” with a “Town Hall” and a “Town Council”.