Real Estate in Frisco, TX

View all Frisco homes for sale & real estate listings below. This Collin County’s city is an ultra-urbanized area apart of the Dallas-Forth Worth metro-complex comprising various cities like Dallas, Forthworth, and Arlington. Consequently, its one of the USA’s fastest growing city with financial stability based on commercial ventures to real estate and renting services. For information about Frisco neighborhood properties for sale or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Dallas real estate experts today.

Real Estate Listings in Frisco

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Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $505K
Lowest Price $240K
Highest Price $1.2M
Total Listings 4
Avg. Price/SQFT $188

Property Types (active listings)

Aside from that, the city envelops various entertainment and cultural centers such as a museum, parks, restaurants, and sport gymnasiums or arenas that every member of the family would enjoy. It’s a venue for various sports events from basketball, soccer, lacrosse, baseball, and even hockey as well. If you want to experience these things, then come and live through this extra-modernized city. Use our state-of-the-art property search, including an interactive map search, to find homes for sale in Frisco and surrounding communities. These listings are updated multiple times a day from the MLS.

Want to purchase a home in Frisco? Call your Frisco real estate team, at VIP Realty. Your neighborhood Frisco REALTORS® and agents are here to help with the Dallas-Fort Worth housing market.

Frisco Homes for Sale

As one of the socio-economic hubs in Texas, this city holds a huge demand for real estate and business as well. In fact, there are many house purchases that could be availed from this city. A variety of sizes and styles could be bought from residential, townhouse, and condominium. Houses are purposely constructed to save space assuring each part of the house is necessary.  Each has its own design and theme depending on the location and the preference of most people.

Houses available have at least two to eight bedrooms and bathrooms with more additional rooms for customization. Properties being sold have areas as much as 14,788 square feet to as small as 1,014 square feet.

Frisco Real Estate Listings

Located just 20 miles north of downtown Dallas and just 20 miles from the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, Frisco is a swiftly growing community that has recently been ranked as one of the fastest-growing cities in Texas. The population in Frisco has gone from just 6,000 in 1990 to nearly 100,000 just 20 years later.

Golfers enjoy the three golf courses found here, while a night out can be enjoyed at one of the city’s entertainment venues, including the Dr. Pepper Center, Rough Riders Stadium and the Stonebriar Mall, or at the many restaurants and shops.

Frisco has become a popular place in which to lay down roots for a number of reasons: its year-round temperate weather and sunny skies; its below-average property taxes; and its many employment and business opportunities. In fact, Frisco is located in what is now referred to as the “Golden Corridor” because of its location along the Dallas North Tollway, near both Dallas and Fort Worth. The Frisco Independent School District boasts a low teacher-student ratio and is one of the fastest-growing school systems in the country.

Frisco School Districts

With its large and increasing population, it's reasonable that the city has a lot of schools around.

Currently, the city holds three independent school districts catering at least 100,000 students. The largest one, the Frisco Independent School District holds about 65 schools. This includes schools like Fisher Elementary School, Sparks Elementary School, Griffin Middle School, and Wakeland High School.

In total, the city has 143 schools comprising both public and private schools together.

An advantage of living in a well-urbanized city is the availability of multiple colleges. Among top rank colleges and universities that you could choose nearest or within Frisco includes the West Coast University, Amberton University, Franklin University, and Parker University. 

Let VIP Realty show you why Frisco was recently ranked fifth by Money Magazine as the best place to live in the United States! Whether you enjoy the low cost of living, the highly acclaimed school district or the sunny weather, one thing’s for certain, Frisco is the ideal place to call home! If you are looking to settle down in Frisco, let the VIP Realty team show you the many neighborhoods that make up this vibrant city!

Considering buying or selling a home in Frisco, TX? Let our local Texas real estate agents assist you with the purchase of your next property or expertly negotiate the sale of your current Frisco home. As your local Frisco real estate agents, contact VIP Realty at 214-295-4888, we're experts on the market dynamics unique to the Frisco real estate market. We'll get to work for you today!