About Frisco Texas

Frisco, TX in conveniently located off of the North Dallas Tollway and Hwy. 121 north of Dallas. Frisco is an historical city in North Texas, a shopping hub with Stonebriar Center, The Centre At Preston Ridge, The Shops At Starwood and The Shops Of Legacy. It’s a popular housing market with quality builders, master planned communities, and excellent schools.

Gated communities such as Stonebriar Country Club, which features rolling hills and golf course lots, and Starwood, with its walking trails, community center, fitness center, pool, and tennis courts, are two of the most popular neighborhoods in Frisco. Both neighborhoods feature quality builders and moderately priced homes to multi-million dollar luxury homes.

Other gated communities include: Stonebriar Park, Newman Village, Shaddock Creek Estates, and the new Richwoods development in east Frisco, featuring builders such as Toll Brothers, Landon Homes, K Hovnanian Homes and Newcastle Homes. Development has just begun at Richwoods, therefore, choosing lots and builders is still an option.

Other luxury home communities include: Country Club Estates, Chapel Creek, and the new development of Lawler Park, featuring Darling and Highland Homes.

Frisco is served by Wakeland, Frisco, and Centennial High Schools, and Legacy Christian Academy.

Frisco Square is comprised of office, retail and multi-family properties and includes Main Street at Pizza Hut Park and Cinemark Theater, and nearby is the Frisco Heritage Center.

Frisco is the headquarters for the Dallas Stars Executive Offices and team practice facility, the Frisco Convention Center and Embassy Suites, and the Dr. Pepper Rough Rider Stadium.

The Frisco area includes Baylor Stonebriar hospital and nearby office complexes, employee residences, as well as the Legacy corridor in Plano, which is the national headquarters of J.C. Penney, Frito Lay and other major corporations.

Why use an independent real estate broker when purchasing new construction?

Home builder’s representatives work for the builders and not prospective home buyers. What this means is…

Most Texas home builders have their own contracts prepared by their own attorneys that may favor their interest over your interest as a home buyer.

A home builders’ idea of a pre-closing inspection is a punch list of items to be completed and touchups to be made.

On the other hand, a Realtor’s pre-closing walk-through inspection would utilize a Texas Real Estate Commission-licensed home inspector who will perform a thorough inspection for the benefit of you, the home buyer.

Debbie Murray, who is a licensed BROKER with Ebby Halliday Realtors, has been selling homes in Frisco since 1999, and can assist you whether you’re purchasing a pre-owned home or building a new home. Your home’s resale value is Debbie’s #1 priority, and Frisco, TX is a great Dallas-area suburb to invest your money, and locate your family.

Call Realtor Debbie Murray at 214-558-1004 or visit DebbieMurray.com.