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Living In Frisco TX
This page provides guidance for anyone who is thinking about moving to Frisco and wants to make an objective assessment of what living in Frisco in 2019 is like. Frisco livability factors are presented along with descriptions, pictures and maps of moderately priced Frisco homes that currently are for sale. At the bottom of this page are links to authoritative sources that provide additional general information about living in Frisco.
Frisco livability factors
2019 best Dallas suburbs rank: 17
Click this best places to live in Dallas link for complete rankings, metrics and analysis methodology.
||2018 public schools academic performance index: 78.3
||2017 crime incidence / 1000 residents: 15.9
||2017 median single family house value: $335,900
||2017 residences owner occupied: 74.0%
||2017 population: 177,286
||2013 - 2017 population growth: 29.6%
Frisco public schools rank twelfth among 2019 Dallas suburbs with best public schools and ten high schools that serve Frisco, Liberty High School, Wakeland High School, Centennial High School, Independence High School, Heritage High School, Hebron High School, Prosper High School, Frisco High School and Lone Star High School, rank among the top twenty-five 2019 best public high schools in the DFW metroplex. Frisco has experienced the thirteenth fastest population growth rate in the Dallas Fort Worth area over the past three years and its prevailing tax rate is in the bottom quartile of property tax rates in the Dallas area. Some of the ways Frisco is different from and similar to other DFW cities and towns are shown on these best Dallas suburbs and about Dallas suburbs pages.
Frisco is located in central west Collin County and central east Denton County, approximately 28 miles north of downtown Dallas and 47 miles northeast of downtown Fort Worth. As the DFW metroplex continues to grow and becomes more densely populated, Frisco's proximity to both the DFW International and Love Field airports, the Legacy and north Dallas business centers, and downtown Dallas is likely to make living in Frisco even more desirable than it is now for people who need to commute frequently to and from these areas.
Frisco public schools are not only among the best in the DFW metroplex, they are among the best in the State of Texas ... most school age children who reside in Frisco are eligible to attend Frisco Independent School District schools ... all or part of four communities in western Frisco are served by the Lewisville Independent School District or Little Elm Independent School District ... three neighborhoods in northeast Frisco are served by Prosper Independent School District
Click on this Frisco schools link for TEA STAAR scores, student population by grade, and other information for all Frisco public schools. Performance information for other DFW metroplex school districts is available on this best Dallas Fort Worth school districts page and performance information for other public schools in the Dallas area is provided on these DFW high schools, DFW middle schools and DFW elementary schools pages.
Private schools located near Frisco are identified on this north Dallas suburbs private schools page.
A key reason living in Frisco is so desirable is its terrific neighborhoods. Click on this Frisco neighborhoods link for profiles that describe some of the best and most popular of these neighborhoods. Other great north Dallas area neighborhoods are identified on this best DFW neighborhoods page.
Single-family homes (identified as one-unit, detached houses by the U.S. Census Bureau) account for 78.1 percent of the Frisco residences ... median value of owner-occupied single-family homes is $335,900 ... about 93 percent of Frisco housing units have been built during the past 25 or so years ... approximately 2 percent of these residences are more than 50 years old ... about 7 percent of Frisco housing units have been constructed since 2014
Frisco new home construction
New home construction
There currently is significant new home construction occurring in Frisco. Click on this new construction homes link to see all new Frisco homes that are currently listed for sale. If you thinking about buying a new construction home, you may want to carefully consider the guidance about builder quality provided on this DFW best home builders page.
I frequently am asked by folks who have never bought a new construction home if they should be assisted by a buyer’s agent when selecting a builder and when negotiating their new home purchase. Most of the time my answers are "Yes" and "Yes."
One of the outstanding things about living in Frisco is its exceptional community amenities.
Approximately 7 miles and 10 minutes without traffic to the Legacy business center ... 26 miles and 28 minutes drive time from central Frisco to DFW International Airport passenger terminals ... 18 miles and 20 minutes to the north Dallas business center ... 27 miles and 28 minutes to the Las Colinas business center ... 18 miles and 20 minutes to the north Dallas business center ... 28 miles and 31 minutes to downtown Dallas
Commute time and distance information for additional destinations, and for other DFW metroplex cities and towns, is provided on this average DFW commute distances and times page.
Nearby shopping centers
2017 estimated population 177,286 ... population density 2,616 residents per square mile ... 29.6 percent population increase between 2013 - 2017 ... 2017 annual median household income $120,701 ... 74.0 percent of Frisco residences are owner occupied
Additional demographic information about Frisco and similar information about other DFW cities and towns are available by clicking on this more about DFW suburbs link.
Frisco is located in two different counties and students living in Frisco attend schools operated by four separate school districts. Since these entities have different tax rates, Frisco real estate property tax rates for 2017 range from 2.09 percent to 2.39 percent of tax appraisal value. A description of how Texas property taxes are calculated and paid, along with property tax rates for other DFW cities and towns, are available by clicking on this DFW property tax rates link.
Cities/towns near Frisco
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Note: Best cities/towns rank derived from analysis presented on best Dallas suburbs page.
Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, State of Texas Comptroller and Google Maps.
Moderately priced homes for sale in Frisco
Key to understanding what living in Frisco is like is knowing about Frisco housing. Shown below is a typical website presentation of currently listed homes that are more or less in the middle of the Frisco single-family homes price range. A similar presentation of all currently listed Frisco single-family homes and links to pages showing various selections of these homes are available on this Frisco homes for sale page.
The default display order of the property listings shown below is number of days listed, but other sort orders can be selected. The property display also can be easily changed from the default grid display to a detailed list display. If you are viewing this page on a mobile device, a map that shows the location of the selected properties can be displayed by clicking on the map icon.
3933 Truman Drive, Frisco, TX - $450,000
2615 Hidden Knoll Trail, Frisco, TX - $479,000
12004 Hermitage Lane, Frisco, TX - $399,000
12835 Shepherds Hill Lane, Frisco, TX - $480,660
16674 Buttonwood Road, Frisco, TX - $482,900
2287 Olive Branch, Frisco, TX - $484,990
9454 Autumn Glen Drive, Frisco, TX - $536,009
3853 Cherry Ridge Drive, Frisco, TX - $353,900
7668 Ravenhill Drive, Frisco, TX - $369,500
9472 Birch Grove Circle, Frisco, TX - $538,585
12310 Pleasant Grove Drive, Frisco, TX - $525,000
12803 Cabana Drive, Frisco, TX - $477,400
15249 Wintergrass Road, Frisco, TX - $505,300
4992 Iroquois Drive, Frisco, TX - $575,000
8747 Anacua Road, Frisco, TX - $566,470
More about living in Frisco
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Listing information last updated on April 8th, 2020 at 2:15pm CDT.