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Frisco Texas: A Booming Southern City

Are you interested in Frisco TX homes for sale? Are you having trouble getting the process going? From research to closing, Frisco realtor extraordinaire ENTER NAME will help you satisfy your home buying needs. But first, here's a preview of your future community:

Frisco began to take shape around the early 1800s when settles began traveling between Dallas and Austin, Texas. In 1902, as technology and transportation met, the St. Louis and San-Francisco Railway brought new routes to the region and before long Frisco, named after the locomotive company, was founded. Today the city boasts a population of 135,220 and is located north of Dallas, the nation’s 9th largest metropolitan area. Families of Frisco properties have access to The Frisco Independent School District (FISD), one of the fastest growing and top performing districts in Texas. Recently, the city signed a $115 million deal with the Dallas Cowboys to construct a state-of-the-art training facility that the pro football team would share with FISD high school athletic programs. Learn more here: http://espn.go.com/dallas/nfl/story/_/id/9564471/dallas-cowboys-moving-hq-frisco-valley-ranch In addition, the city benefits from consistent economic growth in leading industries including computers and electronics, renewable energy and media. 

Frisco home buyers can enjoy an array of recreational activities just a few steps from their front door. The Frisco Athletic Center offers classes ranging from art to music to dance for students of all ages. Outdoor facilities include batting cages, disc golf course, dog parks and an outdoor aquatic center. Take a visit to the Spray Park to catch a break from the southern heat. Visit http://www.friscofun.org/pages/site/index.html to learn more about the recreational facilities available to owners of Frisco homes. 

The residents of Frisco experience an enriching environment chockfull of artistic and historical attractions to enjoy. The photographs and artifacts at the Frisco Heritage Museums encourage visitors to relive the traditions and customs of the area’s early settlers while the Texas Sculpture Garden is the largest private collection on public display in the state. Frisco Square and Main Street Shopping is a lively, entertainment and retail district that offers world class shopping and world famous restaurants. Plus, you’re not far from the big city lights of Dallas, where even more opportunities for excitement await Frisco locals.

Frisco real estate is situated near all the highly anticipated annual events. The Downtown StrEATS Festival is where Frisco’s foodies get to enjoy the culinary masterpieces of gourmet food trucks. Live music and entertainment is also provided. For the sports fans, the annual NCAA Division Football National Championship, held at Toyota Stadium, showcases the nation’s top college athletes on the turf. The LoneStar Storytelling Festival attracts over 8,000 people from near and far for a 2-day extravaganza, featuring award-winning story tellers, concerts, plays and music. 

And that's just the tip of the iceberg! Frisco real estate agent ENTER NAME is your premier resource for tips on relocating to and investing in this contemporary southern community. So call or email today to start your journey! 
Lynn Slaney Silguero
Lynn Slaney Silguero
BROKER ASSOCIATE
1415 Legacy Dr Suite 100 Frisco TX 75034