Cities

Moving to our area? Here’s a quick snapshot of our major cities and communities to help you decide the perfect place for you to live.

Plano TexasPlano

Thinking of living in Plano? A lot of people do, to the tune of nearly 300,000 residents, so you know there is plenty to see and do. A great school district, lots of shopping and entertainment and a wide selection of homes and properties to choose from. Job growth is great and we have over 38 acres of parks!

 

Prosper TexasProsper

Maybe Prosper is more your style? A small community covering about 27 square miles and about 25 minutes to downtown Dallas and major airports. A great school district and nearly 85% of residents are under the age of 35.

 

McKinneyMcKinney

With low unemployment and a population growth of over 660% in the last 2 decades, McKinney is a popular place to live and work. The average home is about $230,000 and it ranks #4 as one of the best cities to relocate to in America!

 

Little ElmLittle Elm

Want to live near the water? Than Little Elm might be your spot. It’s located all along the north fork of Lewisville Lake so finding a waterfront home is pretty easy! There are new construction homes, condos, townhouses and a vibrant commercial district but it still remains relatively small with just 35,000 residents.

FriscoFrisco

One of the larger cities in Collin and Denton County, Frisco is just 25 minutes north of Dallas and home to some of the newest subdivisions and full-service communities in the area. Many new neighborhoods are offering more than just HOA amenities. Many have shops, restaurants, parks and more.

allenAllen

If Frisco is too big and Prosper is too small, Allen might fit the bill. There are larger lots, farmland, ranches, subdivisions and neighborhoods close or farther away from shops, markets, and restaurants. It still has it’s own school district and a wealth of entertainment, just a little smaller than neighboring cities.

 

CelinaCelina

Even smaller still is the small community of Celina. It’s partially in Denton and Collin County and is currently undergoing rapid growth so it may not be small for long. You’re about 20 minutes from major cities and has excellent equestrian properties, ranches, and single family homes for sale.

ParkerParker

Less than 6000 residents call Parker home and share school districts with neighboring cities. It is uniquly country so if out-of-the-way is what you’re looking for, Parker is it, however, it’s just 25-30 minutes to major cities, entertainment, and facilities and it’s right along a major highway so commuting is easy.