Housing

Living in Leander

Leander was ranked as the 5th best suburb to move to in the Nation in 2021 by Homes.com and has continued to rank highly on both national and state rankings of communities to live in and raise a family.

These rankings are reflected in Leander’s permits for new single family homes, townhomes, multifamily units, and other types of residential development.

Leander Housing

A variety of housing options exist in Leander including single family homes, large estate homes, townhomes, condominiums, multifamily properties, and assisted living centers. Leander’s economic growth, excellent quality of life, high performing school districts, and plentiful housing options continue to make the community one of the fastest growing cities in America.

Leander was named the fastest growing city in America by the U.S. Census Bureau in 2020 and has continued to rank highly on that list since 2016. The population of Leander has grown from 32,000 in 2015 to 82,000 in 2021 - an increase of more than 156%.

Single Family Residential chart

Future Residential Development Map

Leander was ranked as the 5th best suburb to move to in the Nation in 2021 by Homes.com and has continued to rank highly on both national and state rankings of communities to live in and raise a family.

These rankings are reflected in Leander’s permits for new single family homes, townhomes, multifamily units, and other types of residential development.