Frisco real estate, like most of the real estate of cities in its area, serves as a bedroom community for the many people who work in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. Frisco’s location with major highways running north-south and east-west, places it in a perfect position for the booming growth in the Dallas, Texas area. In 2011, Forbes ranked it 7th in its list of “America’s 25 Best Places to Move,” and CNN listed it as one of the “Best Places to Live” in the nation. With companies like MillerCoors and Equifax calling Frisco home, it’s easy to see why the city has a low unemployment rate and a median household income of over $108,000.
Children who call Frisco home have the opportunity to get one of the best educations in the nation. With a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1, and a high school graduation rate of 97%, Frisco is leading the nation in educational opportunities for young families. The city isn’t all work and no play, though. The Dr. Pepper Ballpark, Frisco Soccer Complex, and FC Dallas Stadium are just a few of the recreational options for families living in Frisco. This city has everything its residents need to build a well-rounded community for whatever the future holds.