Plano Homes & Real Estate

Search for Plano homes for sale below! Plano, Texas is a thriving suburb of Dallas, and the ninth largest city in Texas. With a population that's more than doubled since 1990, Plano offers a wide range of investment opportunities, and the chance to live comfortably at the edge of Texas' most exciting urban region. For more information about the Plano area, and Plano TX homes for sale, click here.

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Plano

Plano, Texas is a thriving suburb of Dallas, and the ninth largest city in Texas. With a population that's more than doubled since 1990, Plano offers a wide range of investment opportunities, and the chance to live comfortably at the edge of Texas' most exciting urban region.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $714K
Lowest Price $200K
Highest Price $5.5M
Total Listings 489
Avg. Price/SQFT $263

Property Types (active listings)

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Plano Real Estate Market

Home prices of a previously owned single family home in Plano ranges from the $200,000's to well over $1 million. There are a variety of single family homes on the market with square footages ranging from 1600 to 2400 square feet, 2 to 3 bedrooms and 2 to 2.5 baths priced. Plano was founded in the 1840s, and grew steadily as an early Houston and Texas Railroad stop. Unlike other suburbs of Dallas and Houston, Texas, which grew rapidly during the mid-20th century, the Plano real estate area didn't see a population boom until the late 1960s, well after the city's infrastructure and parks system was established. Plano's stability, and careful approach to development made it a popular location for corporate headquarters location, with companies such as Cinemark Theatres, Electronic Data Systems, JC Penny, and Dr. Pepper/Seven Up, Inc. operating here.

Plano Amenities & Location

Plano is also home to one of the state's most efficient transportation systems. As one of the first cities here to adopt a master plan for its road system, Plano offers easily navigable streets and light traffic. Residents here can easily commute 15 miles south to downtown Dallas via the Dallas Area Rapid Transit rail system. Plano is located along the border of Denton and Collin county, where the yellow grasslands horizon and the bounty of lakes meets Texas' big sky. As the city grows, its natural southwest beauty is protected by a generous network of civic parks, ensuring the city will remain an attractive place to call home long into the future.

Plano Schools

Educational facilities at the elementary, middle and high school levels are under the supervision of the Plano Independent School District, and higher education is available at Southern Methodist University (SMU), a graduate university serving the needs of working professionals, and those seeking degrees in business, engineering, computer training, and a Masters Program in Video Game Development. Plano West high school is also with the ISD.

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