Homes for Sale in Plano, TX
The city of Plano is the largest city in Collin County as of now, with close proximity to Richardson and Dallas. Plano has been experiencing an economic expansion over the last 20 years, most primarily since 2016. There have been dozens upon dozens of companies that have relocated and have caused the large population increase. There is an abundance of homes available whether you want to live on a budget or want to live in a multi-million dollar home.
Listings in Plano, TX
Listings in Plano, TX
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Plano offers excellent employment opportunities, thanks to a booming local economy. It's home to the headquarters of several leading corporations – among them Toyota, Ericsson, Dell Services, Cinematic Theatres, and Alliance Data.
At the same time, Plano features attractive, spacious properties, low crime, plenty of parks and recreational areas, and more than 50 miles of trails.
The median list price in Plano is $375,000. The median list price per square foot in Plano is $165. The median home price is up +8.6% from last year and is predicted to continue to follow this trend. Homes spend less than a month on the market. Many homes receive multiple offers, some with waived contingencies. The median cost of rental homes is $1612 per month.
The formal boundaries for the City of Plano encompass a land area of 71.67 sq. miles and a water area of 0.36 sq. miles. Collin County is in the Central time zone. The elevation is 666 feet.
While the primary coordinates for the City of Plano are located in Collin County, it should be noted that the formal boundaries for this community also extend into Denton County.
Plano Zip Codes
75023, 75024, 75025, 75026, 75074, 75075, 75086, 75093, 75094
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Plano is served by the Frisco Independent School District and the Plano Independent School District, as well as multiple private schools. Plano operates with 67 total schools, 44 elementary schools, 13 middle schools, 6 high schools and 3 senior high schools. Out of the 67 schools that operate within Plano, only 56 are actually located within the city. All of the Plano ISD high schools place within the top 1500 schools in Texas, Plano ISD Academy High school being the highest ranked school. It has a 100% graduation rate and is currently ranked #330 in Texas, and number 1 within Plano ISD.
Plano Sports & Rec
Plano boasts 5 recreation centers, an aquatic center, a natatorium, and outdoor pools. It also has 70 parks and nearly 100 miles of trails, 2 nature preserves and a conservancy. 8 golf courses can be found here as well. Enjoy nearby Lewisville Lake and Lavon Lake. The most notable Golf Course is the Courses at Watters Creek, with competitive pricing it is truly a popular spot. There are plenty of things for the little ones, such as Jump Street, a massive indoor trampoline house.
It includes a good number of concert venues, bars and restaurants; schools are highly rated; and leading colleges and universities – including the University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) – are within easy driving distance.
Plano residents have access to almost 4,000 acres of parks and recreational spaces. Hiking and biking trails link Bob Woodruff Park to Oak Point Park and Nature Reserve, creating a continuous natural escape larger than New York's Central Park.
The Courtyard Theatre, Cox Playhouse and Amphitheatre at Oak Point Park host regular performances. The Interurban Museum focuses on the Texas Electric Railway, and the 19th-Century Heritage Farmhouse Museum offers visitors a fascinating jaunt through an active Victorian farm.
Family-friendly attractions include Pinstack, a multi-use venue with bowling, bumper cars, LED-illuminated rock climbing walls, simulator technology, and more. Then there’s Southfork Ranch, home to the Ewing family in the blockbuster TV show Dallas, where memorabilia and horse riding are the primary attractions.
Plano is also a popular convention destination due to its proximity to Dallas, and includes a number of star-rated hotels.
- Baylor Scott & White Heart Hospital
- Children’s Medical Center
- Encompass Health and Rehabilitation Center
- LifeCare Hospital
- Medical City
- Medical City Green Oaks Hospital Plano Outpatient
- Methodist Richardson Medical Center
- Plano Surgical Hospital
- Texas Health Center for Diagnostics and Surgery
- Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital
Why invest in Plano real estate?
A favorable cost of living, low taxes, good employment opportunities, and a predominantly college-educated population are excellent reasons to invest in real estate in Plano.
Throw in low crime and good schools, and the bustling Dallas neighborhood is a first choice for families.
Quality education is provided by 80 schools, which are administered by the Plano Independent School District. The average student to teacher ratio is 14 to 1 and several schools in the area are highly rated.
Plano offers a wide range of properties for sale and rent, from one- and two-bedroom apartments and modest single family homes to lavish mansions set in large, manicured grounds.
According to the Dallas Morning News, Plano real estate has gained in value by an estimated 10 percent over the last year – and all predictions are that its popularity will continue to grow. This makes investing in real estate in Plano a sound financial decision.