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Plano

Why you'd want to live in Plano

With a population of over 284,000 in 2020, it is clear Plano continues to be a city on the rise. Located 19 miles north of downtown Dallas, Plano is the 9th largest city in Texas and 4th largest city in the Dallas/Fort Worth region. Plano is home to many leading global corporations including several Fortune 1,000 companies and more than 10,000 businesses. We are proud of our past and what we have become. View a listing of Plano’s recent accolades, demographics, educational enrollment statistics, Plano’s business park areas, 2020 Economic Development Community Profile transportation, the cost of living and affordable housing. You can also view the 2021-2022 Plano Chamber Relocation & Community Guide. COMMUNITY Plano’s greatest attribute is our people and our diversity. Our Plano residents are highly educated, young, and ethnically diverse. Nearly 47 percent are non-Caucasian and more than 90 languages are spoken in our schools. With over 4,000 acres of open spaces to enjoy, 167 miles of bike trails, and 94 miles of walking trails, Plano truly is a city to live, work, and play. View the Community Vital Signs to learn more about this rapidly-growing city. ECONOMY The City of Plano is an excellent place for businesses to flourish and thrive. The proof is in the numerous corporations with headquarters in Plano, including JCPenney, Alliance Data Systems, Rent-a-Center, Cinemark Holdings, Keurig Dr. Pepper, Frito-Lay, FedEx Office, Toyota North America, and many, many others. Plano’s leading industries include trade, business, education, manufacturing, and more. Plano’s Economic Vital Signs point to a successful future. In fact, Plano (along with Dallas and Irving) was ranked #5 for Best Performing City in 2019 by the Milken Institute. With new additions joining Plano’s business community all the time, it’s sure to continue to be the City of Excellence. via planochamber.org

Plano Market Report

$747,125

AVERAGE PRICE OF 720 HOMES

$2,074,319

AVERAGE PRICE OF 89 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOMES

$663,567

AVERAGE PRICE OF 52 NEWLY BUILT HOMES

$933,003

AVERAGE PRICE OF 258 HOMES WITH A POOL

$612,390

AVERAGE PRICE OF 63 REDUCED PRICE HOMES

Average Home

Average Price $747,125
Avg Bedrooms 3.58 beds
Avg Bathrooms 3.08 baths

Average Price by Bedrooms

1 bedroom $1,122,500
2 bedrooms $616,577
3 bedrooms $520,466
4 bedrooms $693,402
5 bedrooms $1,151,450
Plano Home Price Trends
  5/2024 4/2024 3/2024 2/2024 1/2024
Total Listings 685 608 546 468 433
Average Price $731,474 $740,682 $751,835 $738,089 $707,956
Avg Price Change -1.26% -1.51% +1.86% +4.26% +0.67%
Median Price $557,150 $545,177 $535,161 $538,628 $540,250
Med Price Change +2.20% +1.87% -0.65% -0.30% +2.10%
Avg Bedrooms 3.55 beds 3.53 beds 3.53 beds 3.55 beds 3.55 beds
Avg Bathrooms 3.06 baths 3.04 baths 3.08 baths 3.1 baths 3.09 baths
Home Price by High School
School Name Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
Clark 133 $568,107 33 days
Home Price by House Size
Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
All Homes 720 $747,125 53 days
Multi-Million Dollar Homes 89 $2,074,319 97 days
Newly Built Homes 52 $663,567 134 days
Homes with a Pool 258 $933,003 44 days
Reduced Price Homes 63 $612,390 40 days
Keller Williams
Cameron Johnson
2701 Sunset Ridge Drive; Suite 109
Rockwall, TX 75032
214-886-3359

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