So You Want to Live in Frisco?

The lovely, fast-growing city of Frisco is a suburb of Dallas and is located in Collin and Denton counties.

Fast-growing Frisco

In 2010, the population of Frisco was just 116,989. Just over ten years later, the population has nearly doubled to 207,748 making it the fastest growing city in the United States according to Consumer Affairs. So, what attracts people to Frisco? There are multiple factors at play but here are a few of the top reasons.

So you want to live in Frisco

  1. Proximity to airports: Dallas Love Field is just 21 miles away and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is 21.5 miles away.
  2. New construction: Many new homes are being built, attractively priced, bringing buyers with families to relocate.
  3. Food and entertainment: There are many great ethnic food dives, including Mexican, Latin, and Greek, as well as great BBQ and burger joints.
  4. Affordability/No state tax: Without state taxes, your dollar goes further in Texas.

Real Estate AvailabilitySo you want to live in Frisco

There are currently 161 listings in Frisco which means endless possibilities. Here are some of the Frisco highlights.

On the lower end of the price range is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom home, built in 2017, with 1,404 square feet. This beautiful, modern home is reasonably priced at $369,000 making it a great option for homeowners looking to downsize or for a first-time homebuyer.

Another stunning option is a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home, with 1,891 square feet, built in 2017 with an asking price of $445,000. Increasing in price range, another standout in today's market is a brand-new home, built in 2022 in Preston Hills. This four-bedroom, three-bathroom house with 2,593 square feet is offered for an asking price of $745,020.

Frisco Climate

Frisco sees some pretty warm and humid summers with the high's peaking in July and August, with temperatures in the mid-90's most of the summer months. Winters are mild with a low of 32 degrees a few days a month and warming up to mid to high 50's or low 60's during the daytime. Occasionally there is a dusting of snow in the winter, but usually no more than an inch accumulation.  There is an average of 40 inches of rain throughout the year, but only 77 days receive rain leaving the majority of the year warm and dry.

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Highly ranked schools

Students in Frisco attend the following highly rated schools.

  • Liberty High School, scoring A+ for academics and college preparation.
  • Reedy High School, also scoring A+ for academics and college preparation.
  • Independence High School, also scoring A+ for academics and college preparation.
  • Lebanon Trail High School, also scoring A+ for academics and college preparation.
  • Lawler Middle School, scoring A+ for academics and teachers.
  • Jim Spradley Elementary, scoring A+ for academics, teachers and diversity.

These ratings have been scored by Niche.

  • Frisco is ranked #7 out of 701 for places with the best public schools in Texas.
  • Frisco is ranked #7 out of 413 for suburbs with the best public schools in Texas.
  • Frisco is ranked #8 out of 413 for best suburbs to raise a family in Texas.

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NTREIS data last updated May 21, 2024.

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