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The city is the 7th fastest growing suburb in the nation according to Forbes magazine and has been listed as one of the "Best Places to Live" by CNN and one of "America's 25 Best Places to Move" by Forbes. With these impressive credentials, it's not a surprise that homes in Frisco Texas are highly desirable.
Frisco is one of the fastest growing suburbs in the nation and has been ranked as one of the Best Places to Live and the Best Places to Move in America by both Forbes Magazine and CNN. With a reputation like this, it's not surprising that the population has grown from 116,989 to 163,656 in just a few short years making it extraordinarily large and diverse for a suburban region.
The area is very well-educated, with 62 percent of the residents holding a Bachelor's Degree or higher form of education. The median income for households within Frisco TX is $112,155, which is unusually high when compared to the rest of the nation and explains why homes in Frisco have retained their value and appreciate consistently compared to neighboring areas.
Leading employers within the region include IKEA Frisco, the Frisco Independent School District, T-Mobile USA, and Amerisource Bergen Specialty Group. Its easy access to the Dallas North Tollway, the Sam Rayburn Tollway, and being close in to Plano makes it very attractive for home buyers.
Frisco offers concerts, events and sports at the Dr. Pepper Arena, The Frisco Athletic Center, The Toyota Stadium, and the Super-Drome throughout the year. There are many activities and events hosted by the community and no shortage of competitive sports such as professional soccer, baseball and basketball. You will also find many entertainment venues including the Strikz entertainment center, the Pole Position Raceway, and the Frisco Athletic Center Water Park.
Frisco is also home to The Star: the expansive headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys. At 91 acres in size, the campus is open for visitors to explore, but also hosts events and programs. These include both free and ticketed events, such as games and movie nights, or exclusive, private events, such as those sponsored by various corporations.
Those interested in moving to in Frisco Texas will find that the suburb offers many benefits that simply cannot be found anywhere else. The educational system is excellent, and there are many retail options ranging from affordable daily purchases to luxury goods.
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