Real Estate in Collin County, TX

Looking for a list of Collin County, Texas cities and towns? You've come to the right place! Here at VIPRealty, we have a growing list of communities within Collin County, TX. Collin County is the state's most populous county comprising of 27 towns and cities. It also remains one of the fastest growing states in the country. In between, there's a blend of country and a little bit of cosmopolitan. In Collin County, you can put in your day shift at a well-paying job and still drive 20 minutes to pick up the kids from numerous award-winning schools. Meanwhile, large corporations such as NTT Data International and Toyota ensure there is no shortage of job opportunities. Browse any of the city names below, or use the link at the bottom of the menu to search all Collin County Zip Codes

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Each Collin county city has its personality. Frisco has sporting events with the Dallas Cowboy’s 91-acre world headquarters, Plano remains a blueprint for “suburbia on steroids,” with countless restaurants and entertainment venues. Meanwhile, McKinney has its historic downtown, Adriatica, and Chestnut Historic Square. 

Collin County’s stellar collection of bustling cities and smaller towns doesn’t mean losing access to the retail meccas in Dallas or scrimping on shopping convenience. The county has three main shopping malls, one in Frisco and two in Plano, as well as endless strip malls situated along major roads. Plus the historic and artsy downtown areas of cities like Frisco and McKinney draw shoppers from miles around.

December brings with it a holiday break from school. Plus Texas’ mild winter weather is perfect for residents and visitors alike to don their adventure hats and schedule some outdoor family excursions. A few playground treasures worth visiting and exploring include Celebration Park, Frontier Park, Frisco Commons, Haggard Park, Founders Park, and The Village Depot. 

Each Collin County city has a unique mix of southern influence that is omnipresent in the cuisine. A common Texas meal that is readily available is Tex-Mex. This is a blend of Texas traditional cuisines with a Mexican cultural influence. Several cities offer specialty native dishes while others have a rich Asian or Middle Eastern influence. 

Collin County Homes for Sale 

Affordable housing in Collin County is available for those wanting their piece of land and even those who appreciate all the amenities of a master-planned community. Homeowners who prefer the seclusion of the country can spend the day taking in small-town festivals, fishing or exploring the farmer's markets. Urbanites enjoy one of the many arts and cultural activities that are scattered within the borders. Or you can savor the glitz and glamour of the county’s upscale shopping and dining opportunities. 

Collin County can accommodate almost every housing budget. Single-family homebuyers can choose eco-friendly designs, resale homes in established neighborhoods, waterfront homes, luxury residences in gated enclaves or new homes in master-planned communities. Current city maps forecast an attractive potential for master-planned communities that provide urban convenience mixed with pockets of small-town life. A recent Top 10 list from WalletHub ranked Frisco and McKinney two of the top three spots on a list of the nation’s best real estate markets. Allen and Plano were sixth and ninth respectively. 

Many new corporations are opening their headquarters in Collin County. This has seen the addition of outstanding live-where-you-work developments such as Frisco’s Frisco Crossing and Plano’s Legacy West. Plus the average commute time in Collin County is 28 minutes. The city fathers displayed prudence back in 2007 with a $235.6 million bond package that widened a variety of roadways. 

Meanwhile, transportation funds from the Sam Rayburn Tollway have reportedly generated roughly $1 million. The Outer Loop project is designed to keep abreast of the region’s population boom and several road expansion projects to key corridors. A good example is the $60 million upgrade to Highway 380 extending from the Collin-Denton County border to east of Preston Road. 

Collin County Schools 

Collin County is the home of some of the best public and private schools in the country. Outstanding districts such as Plano, Frisco, Allen and Prosper and are highly rated. Their students consistently perform well in state and national exams. All but four of the county’s ISDs scored an A rating. Residents of Collin County also gain from cheaper tuition at Collin College. The community college is where many high school students benefit from dual credit or concurrent enrollment options to earn early college credit.

The Frisco ISD reports average test scores are 43% higher than the national average. Districts such as Allen and Lovejoy report stellar STAAR pass rates are 92% and 96%, respectively. On average, Collin County schools spend $11,521 per student, while several districts such as Prosper, Princeton, and McKinney boast impressive low student-to-teacher ratios in the 15-to-1 range.


Collin County TX City Directory

Looking for a list of Collin County, Texas Cities and subdivisions? You've come to the right place! We have a growing list of cities within Collin County, TX. Browse any of the cities names below, or use the link at the above of the menu to search all Collin County home listings on the market today.