Buy Homes in Frisco, Texas

Frisco Texas is simply a beautiful place to live and raise a family. Hello, my name is Sherien Joyner, Realtor, GRI, and live in Carrollton, Texas. I work in the North Dallas area so of course  Frisco Texas, whose motto is “Progress in Motion beneath it”, is a place I know and love.

I have put together a list of popular home searches for Frisco Texas. Just click on the links below and you will be taken to my IDX. There you can see all the houses that are currently on the market based on each of the search criteria. 

Feel free to look around and mark any home you may be interested in. Also, if you are looking to search the entire Dallas metroplex or new housing, just click on either of the buttons below.

I have put together a comprehensive home buyer’s guide just for you. 

The Frisco Community

Frisco, Texas is a vibrant community with a thriving downtown, top-rated schools, and plenty of recreational activities. Residents can enjoy professional sports at the Star, explore the scenic parks and trails, and indulge in diverse dining options. 

Frisco truly offers something for everyone to enjoy!

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Frisco, Texas Median Listing Home price


Cost of housing in Frisco, Texas

The median home price in Frisco, Texas is $741,797 with a price per square foot of $246.

Frisco’s cost of housing is 116.7% higher than the national average, and the cost of living is 19% higher than the national average.

Last month, the median sale price of a home in Frisco was $708K with a 2.8% increase since last year.

The median sale price per square foot in Frisco is down 4.4% since last year at $237. Chapel Creek is the most expensive neighborhood with a median home price of $1,674,465.

The average cost of living in Frisco is $2245, and the median rent in Chapel Creek is $1,213.

Cost of renting in Frisco, Texas

These are the current average rent prices in Frisco, Texas for 2023: $1,649 – $2,292 for most apartment sizes, including $2,001 for a studio and $1,649 for a one-bedroom.

The average rent for a four-bedroom apartment is $3,400. As of August 2023, the median rent price in Frisco, Texas was $1,553 per month, although this can vary from $1,443 to $2,658 depending on the location and size of the apartment.

The median price of all listings in Frisco, Texas is currently $2,900, or approximately $16 per square foot.

Frisco Home/Apartment Rental SizeMonthly Cost
1 Bedroom$1,636
2 Bedroom$2,205
3 Bedroom$2,700
4 Bedroom$3,190

As a Realtor, GRI, I am here to help you navigate the complex world of financing options for your dream home. Let’s make sure you have the necessary resources to secure the best financing option tailored to your needs. Together, we’ll make your home buying journey as smooth as possible.

Frisco, Texas Property Taxes

The Frisco City property tax rates are determined by the county and school district where your home is located in Texas. 

The property taxes are based on the 100% assessed value of your property and are known as “ad valorem” taxes

To ensure that you have the most recent and accurate information on tax rates, please refer to the City of Frisco tax authority website as tax rates may change periodically.

Frisco General Homestead Exemption

Homeowners on their primary residence as of January 1st of the tax year are eligible for the homestead exemption offered by the City of Frisco.

This exemption amounts to 12.5%, with a minimum value of $5,000, and is assessed annually.

To find out about current exemptions, refer to the Collin County Central Appraisal District website.

Over-65 Disable Person Homestead Exemption

If you are 65 years old or disabled, you can benefit from an extra exemption of $80,000 as a homeowner in Frisco.

Over-65 or Disabled Person Freeze

Starting January 1, 2022, the City of Frisco will provide a tax freeze for homeowners who are 65 years old or older or have a disability.

The tax will not increase as long as the homeowner continues to own and live in the same residence, unless they make any improvements or decide to move.

Frisco, Collin County Property Tax Rates

Taxing EntityTax Rate
City of Frisco0.4466
Collin County0.152443
Collin County Community College0.081220
Frisco Independent School District1.212900
Prosper Independent School District1.442900

Frisco, Denton County Property Tax Rates

Taxing EntityTax Rate
City of Frisco0.4466
Denton County0.217543
Lewisville Independent School District1.236800
Frisco Independent School District1.212900
Little Elm Independent School District1.412900

Frisco, Texas Median Household Income


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Frisco Community Parks

Frisco community parks are great places to play organized sports like softball, baseball, soccer, lacrosse, cricket, football, and more. If you want to use the fields, you’ll need to make a reservation. 

Depending on which park you go to, there are different amenities available like playgrounds, concessions, ponds for fishing, basketball and tennis courts, sand volleyball, disc golf, batting tunnels, and even a skate park.

Neighborhood Parks in Frisco City

You can easily find a neighborhood park in close proximity to your Frisco home. These parks offer playgrounds, open space, and depending on the location, basketball courts, trails, and other amenities for active play and fresh air.

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