A Great Place to Call Home
With a median household income of $102,477 (Money Magazine 2006), Plano homeowners require a variety of
The average price of a home in Plano is just around $245,000, according to the Collin County Central Appraisal District. This, combined with the city's relatively low property tax rate and the absence of a state income tax, allows homeowners to enjoy larger homes with more amenities. The average size of a new home in Plano is 3,630 square feet.
Plano's low-density neighborhoods are convenient to shopping, parks, schools, and recreation centers.
Hundreds of apartments, townhomes, and condominiums offer temporary or multi-family housing. For those who prefer a more urban lifestyle, Legacy Town Center offers luxury apartment homes within walking distance of 20 corporate facilities in Legacy Business Park. In addition, East Side Village in Historic Downtown Plano provides a mix of apartments, shops, restaurants, and arts facilities near a DART light rail station.
You'll discover many housing options if you decide to live here.