The AUGUST 2020 Numbers Are In And They Tell A Story

Dated: September 10 2020

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From a small retail and shipping point for farmers, to arguably the most popular suburb of Dallas, Frisco has ballooned from 618 to a population of 190,000 in a span of 170 years. Originally named Emerson, it was later renamed Frisco in honor of the St. Louis, San Francisco and Texas Railway Company, then popularly known as the Frisco system. 

Frisco is mostly in Collin county, with a small eastern portion in Denton county. With careful planning, it has quickly become the new northern mecca for businesses, and the quality of life it offers has drawn many residents to it as well.

See the latest residential real estate market stats below. Find out more about Frisco HERE...

If you would like to know the stats for your city or neighborhood, call/text me at 214.244.2421.

Sherien Joyner

REALTOR®, GRI, Certified New Construction Specialist

(214) 244-2421 

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Sherien Joyner

When you need a guide on your real estate journey, Sherien Joyner is the right choice for you. With over sixteen years of experience as an executive in the advertising and marketing industry, Sherien ....

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