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Once rural town, Frisco has made a 180-degree turn and has joined the ranks of being named among America's fastest growing cities. The city has a population of roughly 150,000 people and is located 25 miles north of the Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport. Frisco has the makings of a family-oriented dream community: low crime rate, well-groomed streets, academically-recognized schools and development projects that have an eye toward creating "social spaces" for residents to interact and build and sense of community. In addition, Frisco boasts of a thriving arts scene shown through its handful of museums and the numerous public art sculptures throughout the city. While Frisco is widely considered a bedroom community to Dallas, the town is far from being a sleepy suburban town with its numerous entertainment venues, including various restaurants, a water park and shopping.



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Everything's bigger in Texas, and in Frisco, that includes the way of life. This affluent suburb of the Dallas-metropolitan area is known for its big homes, amazing schools, thriving community and family-friendly atmosphere, but that doesn't mean the area is unaffordable. In fact, Frisco's cost of living is considered slightly above average compared to the rest of the country. Corporate relocations to Texas, especially to the Dallas area, is spurring population growth and heating up the Frisco real estate market.
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