Frisco, Texas was named America's Fast Growing City according to MSN.

The population of Frisco, TX tripled in the 2000's and was the run-away leader.  Several factors contributed to this explosive growth.

  1. Frisco Independent School District is one of the best in the state.
  2. Collin County Community College, Dallas Baptist University, and Amberton University all have campuses in Frisco.
  3. The median home price in Frisco is approximately $239,000.
  4. Median Household Income is approximately $101,600
  5. Several Large Employers are located within or border Frisco, TX.  These include:  T-Mobile USA, JC Penney, YUM Brands, HP, Frito Lay, Dr Pepper, Intuit, Bank of America Mortgage Lending Division and many more.No wonder city officials recently gave this city 25 miles north of Dallas the slogan "Progress in Motion" — it was the fastest-growing city with more than 100,000 people in the entire country in the 2000s.
  6. City planners have done a remarkable job in managing the growth.  Additionally, they have attracted a large retail base which helps keep property taxes at some of the lowest levels in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.
  7. Frisco is located just north of Dallas and is easily accessible via the North Dallas Tollway, Highway 121 and Hwy 380.
  8. Frisco serves as home to minor-league baseball, basketball and hockey.  It also serves as home to FC Dallas.
If you are considering relocating, Frisco, TX may be just the place for you.  We would love to provide you with our Frisco Real Estate Guide.  Click here for more information. 


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