Plano was named the 3rd 'Best Place to Live in America by Money Magazine.
It offers an affluent and yet affordable living. It has low taxes, housing prices and unemployment compared to most metros in the U.S. The city offers many amenities which enhance the lives of residents and visitors by offering outstanding parks, trails and facilities, a variety of enriching programs, special events and activities that contribute to the health, well-being and quality of life within the city.
The Plano Independent School District is nationally regarded and provides an education comparable in quality to many top private schools.
Three school districts serve residents in Plano:
Frisco Independent School District
5515 Ohio Drive
Frisco, TX 75034
Lewisville Independent School District
1800 Timbercreek Road
Flower Mound, TX 75028
Plano Independent School District
2700 W. 15th Street
Plano, TX 75075
Statistics showed a decrease in sold volume from January 2018 to January 2019. Median price also decreased from $323,500 in January 2018 to $318,250 in January 2019. Average days on the market for all homes in January 2019 were longer than in 2018.
This showed that the housing market in January 2019 was slower than in January 2018. However, even when it’s slower, Plano still has a very healthy real estate market. On average, houses priced at $201,000 and above were sold in about 2.5 months. This is still an indication of a strong seller’s market.