Plano Real Estate

Over the past 50 years, Plano has been home to the fastest growing population in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Some of the country's largest and most recognized companies have their headquarters in Plano. Many of the corporate residents have settled in and around Plano’s Willow Bend area neighborhoods. Plano’s many long established home neighborhoods also prospered from the population growth. Careful city planning for the future helped to guide growth and development, and as the city has approached its growth capacity, and the focus of planning efforts shifted from future growth and development to redevelopment and revitalization. The city offers a number of programs to assist in this effort to assure that Plano remains not only one of the most convenient, but also one of the most desirable suburban Dallas living options. Plano was the first city in Collin County to adopt a master plan for its road system and is one of 12 suburbs of Dallas that opt into the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) public transportation system. The planned growth efforts have succeeded, helping Plano earn designation among the best places to live in the Western United States by CNN Money magazine.

A number of city attractions have helped Plano achieve its numerous honors. The historic district of Downtown Plano! offers restaurants and bars, shopping, salons, spas, galleries, museums, libraries and several venues for performing arts. Bob Woodruff Park (321 acres) and Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve (801 acres), are connected by biking trails making the green space one huge uninterrupted park space. Plano Sports Authority provides quality year-round recreational youth sports leagues. Plano is a literal shopper’s paradise, with Collin Creek Mall, Plano Outlet Mall, Lakeside Market, Preston Park Village, The Shops at Legacy, The Shops at Willow Bend and a host of other options surrounding these. Golfers delight in the fact that Plano is literally surrounded by course options.

Every year since the award has been presented (1992-2013), Plano ISD has been selected for a “What Parents Want Award” by SchoolMatch®, the nation’s largest school selection and consulting firm. 23 Plano ISD schools have captured the prestigious National Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence honor, awarded by the U.S. Department of Education. Some portions of Plano are served by the Lewisville Independent School District, Frisco Independent School District, and Allen Independent School District which are also highly reputed districts. In all, there are 70 public schools serving Plano residents, 16 private schools in the area and two campuses of the Collin County Community College District (Collin College).

Plano - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Plano: $721,300 / County Avg $639,100

56%

Avg Taxes in Plano: $11,200 / County Avg $10,700

52%

Avg Sq. Ft. in Plano: 3,118 / County Avg 2,977

52%

Avg Price per/ft2 in Plano: $231 / County Avg $215

108%

Avg Walkscore in Plano: 41 / County Avg 29

70%

Avg Year Built in Plano: 1993 / County Avg 2004

50%

Avg Days on Website in Plano: 57 / County Avg 66

43%

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Areas in Plano TX
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Neighborhoods in Plano TX
Avignon Windhaven Ph 2
Briarwood Estates #5
Bristol Pointe Estates Ph II
Central Park On Preston
Cimarron IV
Cimarron Ph Three
Cloisters 3
Cloisters 5
Cloisters Four
Commodore at Preston
Commodore At Preston Residential
Creeks Of Willow Bend Ph 4
Creekside Estates 1
Creekside Estates 2
Cross Bend
Cross Creek 6b
Cross Creek East 2
Cyprus Villas
Dallas North Estates 12th Instl
Dallas North Estates 15th Instl
Dallas North Estates Eighth Inst
Deerfield Add Ph One
Denham Village
El Ranchero Country Estates #1
Enclave At Willow Bend
Enclave At Willow Bend Ph I
Estates At Fountain Creek
Estates At Russell Creek The
Estates Of Gleneagles The
Glen Heather
Greenhollow Estates
Greenway Court
Haggard Estates Ph One
Heatherwood 01
Highland Meadows
Highlands North Ph I
Highlands North Ph V
Highlands Of Preston Ridge Ph Five
Hunters Glen Estates
Hunters Glen One
Hunters Glen Two
Hunters Ridge Ph 2
Huntington Park Add
Imperial Park No. Two
Independence Square Sec One
Indian Creek Ph 1
Indian Creek Phase I
Jubilee Add
Kimberlea Add
Kings Ridge Add
Knolls At Russell Creek Phase 4A
Lakeside on Preston 01a
Lakeside On Preston Ph 5a
Lakeside On Preston Ph 5b
Lancers Estates
Marquis At Preston Park Condo
Marquis At Preston Tulane Condo
Normandy Estates
Oak Creek Estates
Old Shepard Place #2 3 & 4
Park Forest Add 5
Park Forest North Add First Increment
Park Forest North Add Third Increment
Park Ridge
Parkbrooke Ph Two Sec Two
Parker Road Estates West 2-E
Parkway Estates
Pasquinellis Castlebrook at Ridgeview
Pasquinellis Parker Estates
Pebble Brook At Willow Bend
Pheasant Landing #9
Pitman Creek Estates 1
Pitman Creek North Sec 1
Plano East Ph Two
Pointe West
Ports O Call Ph Two
Prairie Commons
Prairie Creek Estates 3
Preston Cove Add Ph One
Preston Crest
Preston Lakes Ph Five
Preston Spgs Ph I
Ranch Estates
Regency Park
Ridgeview Park Ph Four
River Bend West
Ruisseau Place Ph Iia
Santa Fe Estates Sec 4
Santa Fe Estates Sec 5
Shadow Run
Shiloh Park Add
Spring Creek Pkwy Estates West 5
Spring Creek Pkwy Estates West 7
Spring Creek Pkwy Estates West 8
Spring Ridge Ph IV
Springwood Creek #3 Condo
Stone Creek
Stonehaven Place South Ph One
The Hills At Prestonwood V-B
The Hills At Prestonwood VI
The Hills At Prestonwood Viii
Timber Brook Estates Ph I
Timber Brook North
Trails Of Glenwood Ph 1
Village At Legacy
VILLAGES OF PRESTON GLEN
Villages Of White Rock Creek Ph Three
Villas At Legacy West
Villas At Legacy West Add
West Plano Estates Sec II
Westover Estates Ph Two
Willow Bend Country Ph One-R
Willow Bend Lakes Ph Vii
Willow Bend Lakes Ph Xi-R
Willow Bend North
Willow Bend Polo Estates Ph A
Windhaven Sec Six
Windrose Tower at Legacy West
Woodlands Of Plano