Definition of "What is Frisco TX known for?"

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The one thing that everyone thinks of when it comes to Frisco, TX is sports. This lovely suburb of Dallas, TX, located only 30 min away, is where any sports fan can come to have it all in one place. While the cost of living in Frisco is slightly above the Texas average, living in proximity to The Star or Dr. Pepper Ballpark is considered worth it by those supporting the Dallas Cowboys or the minor league baseball. The Star is also a major event venue as concerts or boxing matches are scheduled there as well.

Being the headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys football team, there are many other reasons to have fun in this state-of-the-art facility, restaurants and shopping areas being just some of them. You can even watch the Lacrosse league or, of course, your kid’s high school football team.

While Frisco, TX is ranked the #1 in Best Suburbs to buy a house in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, realtors in Frisco TX can offer their knowledge and expertise while you navigate the real estate market of this suburb. The median house price is $440,000 and with firms and companies who came to Frisco and can provide better-paying jobs, the city translated that growth into a higher quality of life. More resources evaluated in 2018 the public schools in this suburb as having the highest graduation rate of all the communities. This can be in part because of the strong public-private partnership that promotes high-level sports, art, and technology.

Recently, Frisco, TX has been granted the title of the fastest-growing community in America, with a population growth of 210% and companies are attracted to the young, well-educated and skilled work-force.

With a booming economy, the city attracted some incredible corporate headquarters during the last 15 years. The Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Metropolitan Area of Texas attracted more people and businesses than any other metropolitan area of the country. There are many people moving here from out of state or relocating to the area from another city which helps the housing market of Frisco, TX. The employment rate is well below the US average, stopping at a groundbreaking 3% and it is one of the best places to live in Texas.

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