Information on Relocating to the DFW area and how to best utilize the resources available to you.

According to JESSE J. HOLLAND of the Associated Press,  It is true that "we do grow everything bigger in Texas," even the cities.

New data from the Census Bureau shows that Frisco, Texas was the second fastest growing city in the nation beween 2012 and 2013.  San Marcos, Texas was number one and Cedar Park, Texas was number 4.   Perhaps Governor Perry's "Wide Open For Business" campaign, is really making an impact...  Or perhaps, folks are simply intrigued by all this great town has to offer.  

If you haven't visited yourself, we would love to host you and take you on a discovery tour to find out just what makes this little city so attractive.

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Frisco just keeps getting high marks.  Today, the Congressional Quarterly announced its ratings of safest cities in the US.  Frisco ranked 9th among 244 cities ranging in population between 100,000 and 499,000.  Just another reason so many are relocating here. 

Thanks Frisco PD for keeping us safe!

By Sammy Gardner

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By Sammy Gardner


Phillips Creek Ranch is a 950-acre masterplanned community in West Frisco.  The rolling terrain and character of the land is ideally suited to be developed as an upscale community that will include over one hundred acres of open spaces, lakes, an extensive creek system, spacious parks and eleven miles of hike and bike trails.  Currently in the early construction stages, Phase I is scheduled to open late in 2012 with presales currently under way.  Phillips Creek Ranch will eventually have more than 3,700 homes at completion and over 12,000 residents.  The first subdivision within Phillips Creek Ranch will be called Sheridan and will include 547 homes with a price range of $300,000 to $1,000,000.

The Phillips Creek Ranch's Visitor…

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By Sammy Gardner

Even though Frisco continues to top the list of fastest growing cities in the country, there are still several small town treasures to be experienced in this thriving community.   Ask most of the locals and they will tell you all about "The Snow Cone Lady".  Founded in June 1983,  Mary Mathis and her red caboose has 15,147 Facebook fans at this time.  She doesn't have to advertise and relies on word of mouth. Fans brave the sometimes brutal summer temperatures for a taste of her heavenly ice.  Mary has been profiled by various magazines and has become a favorite of all. Recently, she has added an additional window in order to try serve her fans more quickly.   Whether you live here or are just in town visiting, be sure to check out the…

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$15 million school in The Colony master planned community to feature Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics format

(The Colony, TX—June 19, 2012) The Little Elm ISD Board of School Trustees approved plans to build the district’s first K - 8 Academy at Monday night’s regular board meeting. The district plans to open the school as a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Academy in the fall of 2015. The Academy will meet the district’s projected student growth through 2021. The new school will be located at The Tribute, a 1,500-acre master planned lakeside golf and resort community, in The Colony.

“The partnership forged with our local developers makes this a win-win for all involved. We are very…

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By Sammy Gardner


The following statement was issued by the City of Frisco today regarding the proposed agreement over the purchase by the city of the 180-acres of land surrounding Exide's Frisco Operations.  This is great news for Frisco residents! 

FRISCO, Texas, May 31, 2012 – Exide Technologies (NASDAQ: XIDE, and the City of Frisco announced today a proposed agreement that would result in the sale of approximately 180-acres of undeveloped land surrounding Exide’s Frisco Operations Under the terms of the agreement, the land, which consists of the current buffer zone around Exide’s plant, will be sold to the Frisco Community Development Corporation and the Frisco Economic Development Corporation for $45 million.


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Hey Frisco!  Your friendly nature has been noticed!  Rand McNally and USA Today  have named you as a finalist in the Best of the Road Rally contest.

Frisco is a finalist to be named Friendliest Small Town.  (”Small towns” are apparently any place with a population of less than 150,000, which seems like an overly broad definition.)

A two-person team will be visiting the finalist cities between June and mid-July, when they will announce the winners.  You can bet that our city leaders will be rolling out the red carpet.  I hope the residents will all offer a firm handshake and a warm smile to welcome the judges as well.

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Highland Homes has done it again!  They received the McSAM Award for DFW's People's Choice for Builder of the Year for the second year in a row.  The McSAM Awards were created in 1979 by the Sales and Marketing Council in recognition of sales and marketing excellence.  The award is given to builders, developers and associates of the Homebuilder's Association of Greater Dallas who have made a significant or creative contribution in residential real estate marketing in the prior year.

The Frisco Home Center proudly endorses Highland Homes as an excellent builder in North Texas.


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The latest MLS Stats are out and the news is good!  Frisco is one of the only major Collin County Cities with positive numbers across the board.  In Frisco the number of sales in March went up 6% over last year.  Better yet, sales prices are up 9% and days on the market for listings is down 18%. This is turning out to be a great Spring.  If you have been waiting for the market to turn around to buy or sell, this may be the time to make a move!

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