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Frisco Homes for Sale
This page presents valuable up-to-date information for anyone who is considering buying a house in Frisco. Links to detailed property descriptions and large high-resolution pictures of homes currently listed for sale in Frisco are provided and residential real estate market conditions and key housing market trends are summarized. Additionally, factors that help explain what living in Frisco is like, including home prices, schools and neighborhoods, are described and links are provided to an online map of Frisco and authoritative sources that offer additional general information about this terrific north Dallas suburbs community.
The properties shown below are currently available Frisco single-family homes. They are by default presented in days listed order, but other display sort orders can be selected and a map that shows the location of the selected properties can be displayed or hidden by clicking on the map icon. The property selection also can be easily changed. To limit the properties selected to homes located in certain neighborhoods or on a specific street, as examples, click on the SHOW ADVANCED SEARCH button to display the search form and enter the full or partial names of the subdivisions, separated by commas, or the street name that defines your search. Then click on the UPDATE SEARCH RESULTS button near the bottom of the form to refresh the properties display. You can define an unlimited number of custom searches and choose to receive email alerts automatically whenever a property is listed that meets the selection criteria of any of the searches you have defined. Please call or e-mail me whenever you find a property you want to see.
New construction homes for sale listings are shown on this Frisco new homes page. Various price ranges of Frisco houses listed for sale are shown on these $1 million and above, $700,000 to $1 million, $500,000 to $700,000, $400,000 to $500,000, $300,000 to $400,000 and $300,000 and below pages.
1767 Evening Star Road, Frisco, TX - $566,597
10801 Jackson Lane, Frisco, TX - $282,900
7729 Ravenhill Drive, Frisco, TX - $399,000
12259 Antler, Frisco, TX - $502,990
7704 Parkbrook Drive, Frisco, TX - $243,000
5607 Brookhill Lane, Frisco, TX - $342,000
Homes for sale inventory
At the beginning of August, home buyers were finding the best selection of Frisco houses for sale in the lower middle and upper middle price ranges of north Dallas suburbs MLS-listed homes ... homes priced at $300,000 to $400,000 accounted for 27 percent of previously occupied single-family homes listed ... houses listed at between $500,000 and $800,000 accounted for about 25 percent of total listings ... approximately 21 percent of previously occupied houses were priced between $400,000 and $500,000 and 16 percent were listed for sale for more than $800,000 ... 11 percent were priced at less than $300,000 ... median price of all previously occupied single-family homes listed for sale was $452,250 ... houses listed for sale averaged 64 days on market
The number of previously owned, single family homes for sale in Frisco was up 39.2 percent from a year ago, with 504 properties listed for sale this year versus 362 such property listings last year
Many new homes are being built in Frisco ... these homes range from starter homes priced at about $300,000 to custom luxury homes that sell for more than $2 million
Recent home sales
Compared to previous year sales, on average, prices of Frisco MLS-listed pre-owned single-family homes sold during the three months ending July 31, 2016 increased 6.2 percent ... median sales price of homes sold $375,000 ... home prices generally ranged from about $200,000 to $1.1 million ... average house size 3,110 square feet, average price per square foot $131.20 and average house age 12.6 years ... houses sold averaged 24 days on market ... 1.8 months average supply of homes listed for sale during month of July
Frisco residential real estate
2016 DFW best places to buy home rank: 13
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Frisco public schools have the thirteenth highest composite STAAR performance index of all Dallas suburbs and four of its principal high schools rank among the top twenty 2016 best high schools in the DFW metroplex. More about how Frisco is both different from and similar to other Dallas area cities and towns is described on this Dallas suburbs page.
As the DFW metroplex continues to grow and becomes more densely populated, its proximity to both the DFW International and Love Field airports, the Legacy and north Dallas business centers, and downtown Dallas is likely to make Frisco residential real estate even more desirable than it is now for people who need to commute frequently to and from these areas.
One of the reasons Frisco residential real estate 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.
Most Frisco public schools are among the best in the DFW metroplex ... most of the schools attended by students who live in Frisco are part of the Frisco Independent School District ... 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 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.
2015 estimated population 154,407 ... population density 2,507 residents per square mile ... 2011-2014 annual median household income $112,155 ... 74.8 percent of residential real estate units 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 real estate property tax rates for 2015 range from 2.18 percent to 2.20 percent of tax appraisal value. A description of how Texas property taxes are calculated and paid, along with 2015 property tax rates for other DFW cities and towns, are available by clicking on this DFW property tax rates link.
Approximately 11 miles and 19 minutes drive time from central Frisco to DFW International Airport passenger terminals ... 16 miles and 22 minutes to the Las Colinas business center ... 16 miles and 25 minutes to downtown Fort Worth
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 page
More about Frisco
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Listing information last updated on September 29th, 2016 at 10:04am CDT.