Frisco Real Estate

    Welcome to Frisco, Texas

    Frisco, Texas is a suburb located 30 miles north of Dallas where its residents can live, work, and play within its 62 square miles.

    Just 30 years ago it was a sleepy farm town of 6,000 people. But, now it’s one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation. It was named the best place to live in America by Money magazine in 2018.

    Frisco Independent School District went from one high school in 1993 to a whopping 10 high schools today. While the district suffered growing pains along the way, Frisco ISD ranks sixth on Niche’s best school districts in Texas list with an overall grade of A-plus. This made Frisco an ideal town for families with young children.

    Frisco lured a minor league baseball team, the RoughRiders, to town in 2003; the practice facility and headquarters for the National Hockey League’s Dallas Stars the same year; and Major League Soccer’s FC Dallas in 2005. The PGA is in the process of moving its headquarters to Frisco, and two new golf courses will host major PGA tour events.

    But the crown jewel of Frisco’s professional sports acquisitions is the Star, the headquarters and practice facility for the Dallas Cowboys, which doubles as a mixed-use development complete with high-end retail, commercial office space, and restaurants and bars.