Fall might bring cooler temperatures, but the Texas heat is here to stay – in real estate terms, that is. From Plano to Frisco to McKinney, north neighborhoods are welcoming new businesses and new people.
Explore open houses in some of the fastest-growing neighborhoods in the region on Sunday, Oct. 2. Outstanding homes in established communities with friendly neighbors, award-winning schools, incredible greenspace and more – it’s a taste of what you’ll find if you go north!
Frisco is experiencing quite the growth spurt! And with the start of a new school year, it’s no secret – this city is booming in more ways than one…
Over the last two school years, Frisco ISD has welcomed more students than any other district in Texas – making it the fastest growing school district in the state, according to numbers provided by Population and Survey Analysts Demographics. On Monday, more than 54,000 students got back to school as doors opened to four new schools and the 2016-17 year commenced in Frisco ISD.
Looking for top-rated schools in a city that’s all about community and fun? Homes that balance school and play are available now in Frisco ISD:
While it’s true that buyer demand tends to increase during the spring season, summer has its own advantages. The expert agents at Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty have the skills, knowledge and connections to sell your home in the shortest amount of time. Here are a few reasons to seize the summer and sell now:
The only thing better than the Fourth of July falling on a Monday this year is the number of neighborhood parades and celebrations lined up to enjoy throughout the long weekend. From Fair Park Fourth – Dallas’ official Independence Day celebration – to the ever-popular Park Cities Fourth of July parade and everything in between, there’s so much to do!