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Frisco is nicknamed “Tree City USA” and is home to Dr. Pepper Ballpark, stadium of the AA minor league baseball team, Frisco RoughRiders.

Properties in Frisco

2137 Langdon Drive, Frisco, TX 75033

2137 Langdon Drive, Frisco, TX 75033
4 BED4.1 BATH 4240 SF

4901 Mira Vista Drive, Frisco, TX 75034

4901 Mira Vista Drive, Frisco, TX 75034
4 BED4 BATH 3784 SF

Welcome to Frisco

Frisco is home to the Frisco RoughRiders, notable shopping like Stonebriar Centre, and so much more for you and your family to enjoy. The town features more than 150 outdoor sculptures. Plus, there are 56 miles of hiking and biking trails to enjoy. Once a stop on the railroad coming and going to Dallas, the growth here exploded around 2000. With a population of near 137,000, the homes for sale in the area average a list price of near $630,000. However, even with those prices, buyers can still find homes in the area pricing as low as the mid $200,000's. Home values have risen almost 25% over the past three years and the homes are approximately 80% owner-occupied. The city has its own school district which Great Schools ranks as a 9/10. Frisco is located mostly in Collin County with a small portion in Denton County. The location provides residents excellent access to the North Dallas Tollway, 121 and the George Bush Tollway. The city is about a half an hour drive to either Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport or Lovefield Airport. With a huge increase in property values, excellent schools and 80% owner occupied properties, you cannot leave Frisco off your list of communities to consider for your next home.    

What the Locals Say:

"We absolutely love Frisco! The Hillcrest neighborhoods are great. We feel very safe, love our HOA and are close to the SRT. The amenities are also great: we have the Frisco Athletic Center, Stonebriar Mall and many other wonderful restaurants and stores. The city keeps the grounds very beautiful." - Leslie B.
"Lived there for approximately 12 years up until 2011. Love all the convenient services but can't stand the traffic. It's definitely a give and take. Cool city though." - Lance H.
"We retired to Frisco from Southern CA. I love it here. Summers are hot for sure but we have a pool, so who cares! Winters offer just enough snow and cold to be fun, not misery. Houses are way less expensive than Westcoast properties, so we live in a house that would cost close to two million in SoCal. Close to DFW, the tollway, shopping, theater and arts. I'm happy!" - Linda  

Frisco at a Glance:

Median Home Value Population (2016) Average household income (2016) Avg. price per sq. ft. Percentage of 25+ w/ bachelor's degree Local Taxes School District Score Crime Score (% of U.S. cities safer than)
$360,810 154,407 $114,098 $148 59% 2.20% 9/10 71%
  Contact Nail & Key to learn more about moving to Frisco today.
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