Frisco & Plano Real Estate
Frisco, Texas, is a major city in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. It is less than 30-minutes from the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Since the beginning of the new century, Frisco has been consistently among the fastest growing cities in America. In fact, in 2009, it was named the "fastest growing city" in the country. In 1990, barely 6,000 people called Frisco home. Today, the burgeoning population exceeds a quarter-of-a-million. Forbes magazine placed it seventh on its list of the best places to move to in the United States. The Dallas Cowboys will be opening their new headquarters in Frisco soon.
Frisco is the home of the unique Lone Star Storytelling Festival. Thousands come from far and wide to listen to creative storytellers. Folk art displays, puppet shows and concerts add to the fun of it all.
The Frisco TX community is very diverse. Relocating families will find affordable ranch homes as well as sprawling luxury estates on large lots. Many Frisco TX homes in new subdivisions offer the latest energy-saving systems. Frisco real estate also includes some luxury condos amidst all the single family Frisco homes. The prospective Frisco home buyer will find a wide array of custom architectural designs amidst the more upscale collections of Frisco properties.
Those who prefer vintage or historic Frisco homes will have some to select from. The services of Kay Cheek and her team will be indispensable when it comes to matching the property for sale in Frisco with one's desires. The real estate in Frisco truly accommodates every taste and budget.
Plano is a Texas community that is located about 20 miles northeast of the Dallas downtown area in Collin County. This location offers convenient access to Interstate 30, Interstate 35-East, Interstate 635 and United States Highway 75. This location also offers access to several nearby communities including Arlington, Fort Worth, Highland Park, Richardson and University Park.
Modern interest in Plano's real estate market was established during the early 1970s by Dallas-area residents who discovered Plano's low crime rates, beautiful parks, excellent schools and reasonable living costs. This interest has continued to encourage many Dallas-area homebuilders to construct homes that are located in some of the Dallas area’s most popular neighborhoods and subdivisions.
Plano is now a modern Texas city that has been named the “Best Place to Live in the Western United States” several times by CNN Money magazine. This is not surprising because Plano offers its residents viable career choices, peaceful neighborhoods and many attractions that allow families to enjoy a wonderful standard of living. As a result, we expect demand for Plano homes for sale to continue to increase in the future as more homebuyers discover the value of living in Plano.
The Kay Cheek team specializes in residential real estate, working with clients moving into, out of and within the Frisco and Plano, TX area.