Frisco's real estate market by the numbers

The Richwoods neighborhood was the third fastest growing Community in Frisco in 2016.

The Richwoods neighborhood was the third fastest growing Community in Frisco in 2016.

Market Data (as of Jan. 1, 2017)

Total Frisco housing units:  57,406
Collin County: 34,961
Denton County: 22,445

Median single-family home appraisal: $353,210
Median monthly mortgage: $2,341
Median monthly rent: $1,355

Households with seniors: 21.6%
Single-parent households: 10.7%
Vacancy rate: 3.4%

Frisco real estate

Frisco real estate

Frisco real estate

Frisco real estate

Frisco has a number of communities that are still growing. The city keeps track of the residential building permits that developers submit. The following is the list of the top developing neighborhoods based on the number of permits submitted to the city in 2016.

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Top growing communities

A. Phillips Creek Ranch (377 permits)
B. Frisco Lakes (309 permits)
C. Richwoods (256 permits)
D. Miramonte (148 permits)
E. Ridgeview at Panther Creek (120 permits)
F. The Canals at Grand Park (115 permits)
G. Prairie View (95 permits)
H. Crown Ridge (86 permits)
I. Villages of Stonelake Estates (76 permits)
J. Newman Village (71 permits)

Frisco real estate Frisco Lakes[/caption]

Top builders

1. Pulte (310 permits)
2. Landon Homes (258 permits)
3. CalAtlantic Homes (227 permits)
4. Lennar (152 permits)
5. First Texas Homes (126 permits)
6. Shaddock Homes (114 permits)
7. Darling Homes (93 permits)
8. Toll Brothers Inc. (92 permits)
9. MainVue Homes (86 permits)
10. Beazer Homes (73 permits)



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