A sleepy agricultural town at the turn of the century, Frisco today is among the fastest growing cities in the country. There are a multitude of reasons for the influx of new residents to Frisco, the biggest of which is location, location, location! The town is ideally situated just minutes north of the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex in a booming area dubbed the "Golden Corridor." The recent extension of the North Dallas Tollway into the center of Frisco has helped to further the city's explosive growth.
Located in Collin and Denton counties, this family-oriented community offers excellent schools, a pro-business government, modern local health care facilities, affordable real estate, and an abundance of recreational opportunities at 19 local parks. The Frisco Independent School District is accomplished in academics, athletics and fine arts, and offers the best in a well-rounded education for students in Frisco and some surrounding communities. (more)
While Frisco has expanded tremendously in recent years—growing from just over 6,000 residents in 1990 to more than 136,000 today—the city has done an excellent job of managing growth and assuring an excellent quality of life for its residents today and in the future. Like the rest of the town, Frisco's real estate market is booming. From charming condos and townhouses to single-family homes with scenic views to lots and land for custom building, you're sure to find the property of your dreams.
Price Range of Frisco Houses
Frisco has a wide variety of real estate options available, including Frisco houses, condominiums and townhouses. Many residences are located on tree-filled lots or offer wonderful views of wooded areas and golf courses. Prices for Frisco homes for sale start in the low $200,000s and can exceed $7 million for some brilliant estate properties on large lots. Houses in Frisco with such features as fireplaces and swimming pools on marvelous lots are available in many of the area's lovely subdivisions such as Stonebriar Creek, Starwood, and Villages of Stonebriar Park.
Though the majority of Frisco real estate options in the area are predominantly single-family homes, there are some Frisco condominiums and Frisco townhouses available starting in the $315,000 - $385,000 range. Because of the explosive growth in Frisco, land and lots for custom building are available but going fast.
"Danielle Boling Your Local Real Estate Experts Specializing in Frisco, TX"
Danielle Boling is the owner and principal broker of Network Real Estate Partners, a boutique full-service brokerage firm serving the Dallas, Fort Worth, and Austin markets in Texas. She founded the company in 2006. Subsidiaries include Dallas Urbanite.com and Love My New Place.com. Danielle was voted DFW Realtor of the Year by the HBA of Greater Dallas, when she won the prestigious McSam Award. She is also the recipient of another McSam for Best Sales Professional in DFW. She holds multiple industry designations and is continuously expanding her knowledge base to best serve her clients. She specializes in new construction, relocation, luxury properties, urban lofts, condos/townhomes, and historic homes.
"I grew up in Oak Park, Illinois. The famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright had his home and studio right down the street from where I lived. Some of my favorite memories are of the many field trips and guided walking tours of that home and studio. It was a privilege to be taught about architectural details from an early age, and it has stayed with me into adulthood. I am very passionate about my career in real estate, and love learning as much as possible about every detail of a property. I will share this knowledge with my clientele, as I believe that the best decisions are educated ones."
With more than 13 years of origination experience, Ricky joined Guardian Mortgage as a Loan Officer in 2015. Early in his career while working in retail management, he realized he wanted to move toward an industry that would challenge him in new ways. Ricky landed in the mortgage industry and his passion lies in helping borrowers fulfill their dream of homeownership.
“So many loan officers are too focused on selling a product without listening to the borrowers’ true needs and goals. It is my goal to listen and create a solution that is best suited for my clients’ situation and financial interests.”
Ricky understands that trust is earned, not given, and he reflects this philosophy in his work every day.
Outside of the office, Ricky enjoys spending time with his son, interior design, working in the yard, and relaxing by the pool. Lender Info
Frisco Real Estate Stats and Trends for the week of February 1st, 2016: homes priced around $429,657 compared to $437,580 the previous week, showing a decrease of less than -2%. For Thursday, February 4th, the current national mortgage rate for a 30 year fixed mortgage is 3.76%; the 15 year fixed rate is at 2.82%. For a loan larger than conventional conforming loans, or 'jumbo' loan, the 30 year rate is 4.12%, while the 15 year jumbo rate currently is at 3.74%. You can calculate your mortgage rate with our mortgage calculators. Get local info and homes for sale in Frisco TX. View active real estate listings for different types of properties including new homes, houses for sale, foreclosures, short sales, and price reduced listings. Find information and property resources including prices of recently sold homes, neighborhood information, crime stats, home values, and schools in Frisco to help you find the best home!