Ranked #3 neighborhood in Texas and #3 neighborhood in all of USA according to Areavibes.com, Frisco is a well knit Northern Texas community with many amenities, great schools and great people. The area is a considerably high income per capita and very low crime rates compared to the national average. With a stable housing market, families of all sizes are moving to Frisco to take advantage of the many activities and local events. Here's some insight into the neighborhood.
An Inside Look Into Frisco, Texas
Things to Do in Frisco
Frisco has eight-million-square-feet of shopping and hundreds of dining options that should be enough to satisfy any fashionista or foodie. It might take a few days to cover everything from Stonebriar Centre (one of the largest malls in the Southwest), to the Centre at Preston Ridge to the only IKEA in North Texas.
When it comes to entertainment, options are endless throughout the year. There’s indoor go kart racing at Pole Position Raceway, indoor skydiving at iFLY, two major concert and entertainment venues (Toyota Stadium & Dr Pepper Arena), one-of-a-kind luxury gun range, The Museum of the American Railroad, National Videogame Museum, four golf courses, five professional sports teams that include Major League Soccer (FC Dallas), Minor League Baseball (Frisco RoughRiders) and an NBA Developmental League team (Texas Legends). The Dallas Stars, National Hockey League, are headquartered in Frisco and practice at Dr. Pepper StarCenter. To top it all off, the Dallas Cowboys recently moved their team headquarters and training facilities to Frisco!
Education & Schools
Many families are attracted to Frisco because of their A+ education options. Schools across the neighborhood have an average of 91% test scores which is actually 42% higher than the national average. There are many educated people in Frisco where 94.4% of people have completed high school. About 58.4% of people have completed a Bachelor's Degree.
According to AreaVibes.com, employment in Frisco gets an A+ grade. In this neighborhood, the income per capita is 53% higher than the national average. Also , unemployment rates are low, around 36% lower than the national average even!
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The above information regarding the “Inside Friso Texas - #3 city in Texas for Livability" was provided by Nitin Gupta, REALTOR. Nitin has experience helping families buy and sell homes in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. If you’re thinking of selling or buying, he would love to share his knowledge and expertise. Learn more about Frisco real estate market and Denton County Real Estate news at
The communities he proudly serves include University Park, Frisco, Coppell, Frisco Flower Mound, Colleyville, Grapevine, Highland Park.