75035 - Statistics and Home Trends

Currently there are 82 homes for sale and 5 vacant land parcels for sale in 75035

Frisco is a city in Texas that is part of the Dallas - Fort Worth Metropolitan area. It is located roughly 25 minutes North of Dallas. This city has many accolades to its name. It was voted as the best place to live in the United States by Money Magazine. Forbes named it the best place to relocate to and Men’s Journal named it as the best place to raise an athlete. The U.S Census Bureau also named it as the fastest growing city in the United States during the years 2016 through 2017. The list of accolades goes on and on but one of the most important is that it was voted as the sixth safest city in America. This is something to consider if you’re moving to Frisco with small children.

Frisco Texas has 43 parks that take up approximately 1400 acres across the city. These parks are open from the time the sun rises and close when the sun sets. There is also several hundred acres of undeveloped land that is earmarked for further development in the near future. If you’re looking to get out and explore all that Frisco has to offer, start by checking out one of 43 beautiful parks. You can do everything from hiking and biking all the way down to enjoying a picnic with friends and family on the beautiful green grass. If sports are more your thing then you can take a trip over to the Dr. Pepper Ballpark. This 10,600 seat stadium is the home of the Frisco RoughRiders which is the minor league team for the Texas Rangers. The Frisco RoughRiders are a AA minor league team.

Frisco has an assortment of options for all the foodies out there. There are more than 300 restaurants, bars and bakeries here for you to pick from. You can find everything from traditional chain restaurants like Applebee’s and Arby’s as well as little mom and pop shops and specialty bakeries here. You could easily take a food tour of the city and sample all that Frisco has to offer.

Frisco Facts
-Frisco has more than 180,000 residents and growing by the day.
-The town is approximately 70 square miles.
-Frisco has a graduation rate of nearly 98 percent which is one of the highest in the nation.
-Between the years 2000 and 2018 the population has grown from 33,714 to roughly 180,000. That is an increase of more than 145,000 people in 18 years.
-The average high in Frisco is 75 degrees.
-The average low is 55 degrees.
-The coolest month is January and the warmest is July.
-The average rainfall is around 35 inches.
-On average it rains 80 days out of the year here in Frisco.
-Frisco is located within two counties. Collin and Denton.
-More than 4.3 million people visit Frisco yearly.

Shopping and Entertainment
If shopping is your thing then head over to the Stonebriar Centre. This 1.6 million square foot mall has everything you could possibly dream of and more. You can shop at a ten thousand square foot Forever 21 and then make your way to the 24 screen AMC Movie Theatre which features a new IMAX experience theatre. All of this is located within the same space. There are 184 stores, services and restaurants to pick from at this gigantic mall.

Major Employers
There are a few major employers in the Frisco area. The largest being the Frisco Independent School District which employs approximately 6,200 people. T-Mobile USA and Amerisource Bergen Specialty Group come in second and third with 1,500 and 1,100 employees respectively. The City of Frisco also employs just over 1,100 people as well.

Frisco is a highly decorated city. Between being named the best place to live in the United States and the 6th safest place to live in the country, the decision to move here shouldn’t be a difficult one. The recreation here is amazing and the shopping and dining are some of the best in Texas. There is always something to do in Frisco; you can visit the Frisco home page if you want to find out more on seasonal events and things to do on the weekends that are tailored to the season.

75035 is located in Collin, TX. There are currently 30 Homes for Sale within 75035, with asking prices ranging from $270,000 to $3,500,000. The average list price per square foot of the available inventory in 75035 is $174, which is above the Collin County average of $174. The Average Sales price of all sold real estate in this subdivision for the past year is $474,464. Recent comparable homes have been selling for 48.77% of their asking price. Waterfront homes represent 0.00% of the available 75035 inventory. The population of 75035, according to the 2010 Census, is 47,553. The total number of households in the zip code of 75035 is 16,064, with an average household size for of 2.96 people. The total number of renter households within the zip code of 75035 is 3,067, which means that 80.91% of households in this zipcode are owner occupant households.