McKinney TX Real Estate

McKinney has evolved from an agricultural hub into one of the most popular residential areas north of Dallas. Its attractive homes, sophisticated infrastructure, and outstanding educational facilities all add to its appeal.

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Despite significant growth, McKinney has retained a village-like ambience, with tree-lined streets, parks and recreation areas, and quaint historic buildings.

In 2014, McKinney was ranked "Best Place to Live in America" by Money magazine. Rankings were based on employment opportunities, crime and safety, quality of life, and education.

McKinney attractions

McKinney is home to a wide range of both indoor and outdoor attractions.

The Collin County Historical Society and Museum and the Chestnut Square Historical Village both provide a peek into the past. Storybook Ranch is a popular meeting and events venue that offers horse riding and a slice of the old Wild West.

The historic downtown area of McKinney is an attractive shopping and dining destination. It includes art galleries, highly rated restaurants and a good range of retail stores, from shops offering antiques and collectibles to clothing boutiques and modern shopping malls.

If you a fancy a bit of locally produced tipple, Franconia Brewery and Mitas Hill Vineyard and Winery offer tastings and tours.

Why invest in McKinney real estate?

McKinney is a young, fast-growing community with a median age of 34 years. Almost 80 percent of residents own their own homes and more than half are college educated.

Schools in McKinney are ranked among the best in America.

It's also easy to get around. A fixed route bus system connects McKinney with the DART light rail system, and US Highways 380 and 75 connect the area to the rest of the Dallas-Fort Wentworth metroplex.

Like elsewhere in north Dallas, McKinney's local economy is flourishing. It's driven by a mix of industries, from manufacturing and data management to medical technology, aviation, and defense. Increasingly, residents find jobs close to home, rather than commuting to employment centers closer to downtown Dallas.

Properties in McKinney ranges from affordable cottages and single family dwellings to brand new condominiums and stately residences with luxury appointments.  

Local home values increased by more than 14 percent over the past year, and it's predicted that McKinney's popularity will continue to grow. This means it's the perfect time to invest in McKinney real estate.

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Listing information last updated on October 24th, 2017 at 12:45am CDT.