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Living in Plano

Quick facts

Plano, Texas, is the largest city in Collin County.. Plano is located just north of President G.H. Bush Turnpike, South of Hedgcoxe Rd at North, spreading East to Murphy and west to Midway Rd.

  • Plano has 72 square miles
  • Plano is the 9th largest city in Texas
  • Median age is 38.6
  • Total population: 279,700
  • Average home value: $352,496
  • Median household income: $85,085
  • Owner occupied homes: 62%

Plano Settlement

In the 1840s, the first settlers came to Plano to take advantage of land grants. The city was incorporated in June, 1873. By 1874 population numbered over 500.

Many national companies chooses Plano for their headquarters: HP, Frito-Lay, Dr Pepper/Snapple, Capital One, Ericsson, Toyota, JC Penney.

Homes in Plano

Plano offers a wide variety of home styles, sizes and prices: Mansions and custom-built homes on the West side, some homes under $150,000 just east of US 75, and everything in between. Homes have been sold in Plano with sale prices between $120,000 and $3,600,000 in the past 12 months. On the market, in different stages – from active listings to “Pending” listed prices are from $142,131 to $$6,399,000. Average marketing time is 56 days. (As of 02/20/2018)

City of Plano: Residential and Commercial properties for sale

Updated February 20th, 2018

Plano: City of Excellence

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