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Real estate market of Plano
In Plano, home prices of a previously owned single-family home range from $200,000 to more than a million dollars. There are several single-family homes on the market with 1600-2400 square feet in area, with 2-3 bedrooms. Plano was founded during the 1840s and grew steadily as an early Houston and Texas Railroad stop. In contrast to other suburbs of Houston and Dallas, Texas, which grew swiftly during the middle of 20th century, Plano's real estate began to witness a boom during the late 1960s, long after the establishment of the city's parks and infrastructure. The careful approach to development and stability of Plano made it an excellent location for corporate headquarters. Companies like Dr Pepper/Seven Up, JC Penny, Electronic Data Systems, and Cinemark Theaters operate there.
Plano location and amenities
Plano is also home to one of the most efficient transportation systems of the state. Being one of the first cities here to adopt a master plan for its road system, Plano offers light traffic and easily navigable streets. Here, residents can use the Dallas Area Rapid Transit rail system to commute 15 miles south to downtown Dallas. Plano is located along Collin county and border, where the bounty of lakes and yellow grasslands horizon meets the big Texas's sky. As the city grows, its natural southwest beauty is safeguarded by a generous network of civic parks, making sure the city will remain a fascinating place to call home well into the future.
The Plano Independent School District (ISD) supervises the educational facilities at the elementary, middle, and high schools. Southern Methodist University (SMU) offers higher education. This graduate university serves working professionals' needs, along with those seeking degrees in computer training, engineering, business, and a Master's program in video game development. Plano West High School is also with the ISD.
Due to the broad range of prices and a large selection of homes, searching for a suitable house for sale in Plano, TX, can be a challenging experience. Getting in touch with a knowledgeable realtor is your best assurance that you'll find the home that best meets your requirements. Baker Realty, your Plano realtor, can provide you with the expertise you need. Buying a home is a big commitment, and selecting Baker Realty will be your assurance that you'll successfully buy the home of your choice at a price that's more than competitive.
If you’re looking to buy/sell a home in Plano, Texas, call Baker Realty now at 214-974-3319. We are Plano, TX, realtors and experts on the Dallas, TX, housing market.
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Plano - Town vs. County Stats
Avg Price in Plano: $665,600 / County Avg $646,000
Avg Taxes in Plano: $9,200 / County Avg $8,400
Avg Sq. Ft. in Plano: 2,833 / County Avg 2,848
Avg Price per/sqft in Plano:$235 / County Avg $227
Avg Walkscore in Plano: 38 / County Avg 26
Avg Year Built in Plano: 1993 / County Avg 2004
Avg Days on Website in Plano: 38 / County Avg 42
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