Frisco TX Real Estate

Frisco is an attractive, upmarket neighborhood, located 25 miles north of downtown Dallas. It's consistently ranked as one of the top neighborhoods in Texas.

Real Estate in Frisco, TX

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Recently, Money magazine judged it "The Best Place to Live." Forbes rated it the "Best Place to Relocate", and the Men's Journal ranked it as the "Best Place to Raise an Athlete."

Frisco attractions

Frisco includes a wide range of both indoor and outdoor attractions. Among there are over 40 inner city parks that span roughly 1,600 acres, along with public golf courses, sports fields, children's playgrounds, splash parks, and a wealth of other recreational opportunities.

For the young and young at heart, Frisco offers indoor skydiving at Strikz, the opportunity to watch the Frisco Roughriders at the Dr Pepper arena, the Urban Trampoline Park, and the Sci-Tech Discovery Center.

A popular urban getaway is the eight-acre Central Park, where you can learn about the historic Shawnee Trail and view the interesting bronze sculptures and murals, or simply relax in the amphitheater with water fountains tinkling nearby.

Frisco includes a wide range of restaurants, as well as retail and specialty stores. In fact, the largest mall in North Texas, the Stonebriar Shopping Mall, is in Frisco. Many other stores are conveniently located along Preston Road.

Why invest in Frisco real estate?

Real estate in Frisco, TX has appreciated by more than 71% over the past decade, and its popularity is still growing.

Frisco has a strong local economy, with job growth driven by major employers such as T-Mobile, Conifer Health Solutions, Oracle Corporation, and Randstad Technology. It's also within easy commuting distance of other key Dallas employment centers, situated as it is alongside the State Highway and North Texas Dallas Tollway.

Governed by the Frisco Independent Schools District, schools in Frisco are ranked among the top 10% in the state and feature a lower than average student to teacher ratio. Frisco is also home to several higher educational facilities.

Factor in a high standard of living, world-class amenities, and carefully planned communities with plenty of green, open spaces, and it's clear why Frisco is becoming so popular.

Despite the recent boom, Frisco real estate is still comparatively affordable. Properties range from modern condos to well-established family homes and sprawling ranch-style properties with large, manicured grounds.

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Listing information last updated on March 31st, 2020 at 4:45pm CDT.