Frisco is a city in Collin and Denton Counties. It is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex (DFW) and about 25 miles from both Dallas Love Field and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Its population was 116,989 at the 2010 census with the 2020 census placing it at 207,748. Like many of the cities in Dallas' northern suburbs, Frisco serves as a bedroom community for professionals who work in DFW.
Accolades are nothing new to the city, with Frisco often appearing at the top of national rankings for its safety, fast-growing local economy with Money magazine naming it one of the “best places to live.”
Frisco is not only a great place to live with great schools and is known for its students' exceptional performance. Frisco is also known for a place to have fun!
Frisco residential real estate was more competitive than most U.S. cities and outperformed strong markets in neighboring Allen, McKinney, Plano and Dallas.
Frisco’s housing market saw a year of huge growth in 2021, gaining the status of the nation’s top real estate market.
Frisco Real Estate By The Numbers for 2021
$548,200: Average median home sale price across 12 months; prices in the city peaked at $647,400 in December.
3,381: The number of houses sold through the entire year
27.2%: The year-over-year increase in median home sale price; the average median home sale price in 2020 was $430,900 in 2020.
19 days: How long the average home was on the market before selling
104%: The average sale-to-list price over 12 months