Frisco is often described as an affluent city in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. It is located roughly 25 miles from the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and Dallas Love Field. The city of Frisco is located in both Collin County and Denton County. According to the most recent estimates, the population of Frisco is approximately 152,000.
Analyzing Frisco Homes For Sale
Depending on the source you use, there are between 1,000 and 1,300 homes currently for sale in the Frisco Texas real estate market. Realtor.com reports the median listing price for a home in Frisco is around $488,000.
Sometime in the late 1990s, development of the northern Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex suburbs reached the border of Plano, then rolled into Frisco. It was this spreading development that was the impetus behind the tremendous growth during the next decade. Like a number of other cities in the North Texas area, Frisco is a popular suburban bedroom community of Dallas. Fresco is home to an ever-increasing number of professionals that work in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
Home prices in the Frisco market – due in part to its sheer size – range from the higher end of the spectrum to the more affordable end. Young families and first-time home buyers can often find what they’re looking for in Frisco, and many purchase affordably-priced homes with the goal of trading up a few years later as they’re needs change, when they outgrow their existing home, or when their budget improves as a result of higher earning power. Many of those homeowners can attest to the increase in home values in the Frisco real estate market – and the outlook is for a continued steady increase, making purchasing one of the many Frisco homes for sale a sound investment. Naturally, as we often tell our potential buyers, in real estate – as in life – there are no guarantees, but we’re confident a vibrant market such as Frisco will continue to outperform a number of other real estate markets in the United States.
Let’s take look at some typical price ranges for various sized homes in the Frisco area. For ease of illustration, we’ve taken the liberty in dividing the homes for sale in Frisco Texas into three categories we’ll refer to as “Affordable,” “Mid-Range,” and “Upper.”
As mentioned earlier, despite a median listing price of $488,000, Frisco offers a number of affordably-priced real estate properties. A typical “affordable” home with 3- to 4-bedrooms consisting of 1,750 to 2,500 square feet will likely be listed for sale between $150,000 and $225,000 or higher, depending on location and other factors.
A typical “mid-range” 3- to 4-bedroom home with 2,500 to 3,000 square feet will probably be listed in the $300,000 to $375,000 range, and up. Again, price depends on its location and a variety of other contributing determinations.
Lastly, a typical “upper” end home for sale in the Frisco Texas real estate market can range anywhere from $500,000 to $1 million or more.
The real estate market in Frisco offers prospective homebuyers one of the largest variety of home types available anywhere in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. In addition to a predominant number of detached single-family residences in established and new neighborhoods, Frisco Texas real estate is also comprised of a nice selection of attractively priced condos and town homes. No matter what your preference, we’re confident that you won't be disappointed with the vast selection of Frisco homes for sale.
When it comes to home styles and architectural design, Frisco offers an eclectic mix of popular exteriors and interiors. While the predominant style is what we like to refer to as Texas traditional, featuring limestone and brick combinations with distinctive rooflines and lots of windows, Frisco homes for sale showcase Spanish and Mediterranean influences, as well – and everything in between. The bottom line here is, whatever your design preference, you can probably find it in the Frisco Texas real estate market.
Prospective home buyers interested Frisco homes for sale will be pleased to know that education is an ever-important focus in the Frisco area. The majority of Frisco neighborhoods fall within the Frisco Independent School District, which has 40 elementary schools, 16 middle schools and 8 high schools. In addition, the Early Childhood Schools is a popular addition and is available for children aged 3-4 who meet all the eligibility requirements for Headstart, Pre-kindergarten, or the Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities.
As is the case with other Dallas suburbs, Frisco is a popular retail shopping destination. Highly traveled Preston Road – one of the main traffic arteries in the city – is literally lined on either side with restaurant chains and well-known retail businesses. In addition, a mixed-use planned development called Frisco Square, will likely become the city’s new downtown area. Fresco Square is comprised of more than 250 residential rental units, several restaurants and around 40,000 square feet of commercial office space. The centerpiece, of sorts, is the new City Hall building, public library complex and an open common area popular with residents and visitors. Fresco Square also features a multi-screen movie theater and a new hospital which was completed in 2012.
The top employers in Frisco are the Frisco Independent School District, cellular giant T-Mobile USA, Amerisource Gergen Specialty Group, the City of Frisco, Conifer Health Solutions and Baylor Medical Center of Frisco.
In summary, if you’re looking for a home in the Frisco Texas real estate market, we hope you’ll call us first. At the risk of sounding brash, nobody knows Frisco like Nu Home Source Realty. Our experienced, knowledgeable and well-trained professional real estate agents are constantly researching the market, and we know what’s selling and at what price. We think that’s a major plus when the time comes to make an offer on a home you want to buy. After all, our goal isn’t just to sell you a home – it’s to assist you in buying the home that best fits your family’s needs and budget. We like to say we’re both interested in the same thing, that’s why teaming up with a Nu Home Source Realty professional will give you a distinct advantage in the home buying market.
The same goes for owners needing to sell their Frisco area home. We are experts in home sales, and would love to discuss your property with you. Let us help you determine the best price to list your home for, and then let us turn up the volume on marketing your home for you.
Call us today and let’s discuss your home needs and desires. Then, if you're a homebuyer, we’ll go to work, making every effort to match those needs and desires with the homes in the Frisco market that meet your criteria – and price range. We’ll assist you in your online search of the homes on our website and answer any questions you may have about them and other listings. When you’re ready to see a few homes in person, we’ll make those arrangements and see that you’re aware of scheduled open house events or other home tours. If you're in the market to sell your home, we can help you with a comparative market analysis of all the homes for sale in your neighborhood.
Lastly, when it comes to mortgage financing, we at Nu Home Source Realty LLC will be more than happy to recommend you to one or more of the professional mortgage lenders in the Frisco area.
At Nu Home Source Realty LLC, we would love the opportunity to be of service to you with all your real estate and home buying needs, and we look forward to meeting you soon. Let’s get started!