When it comes to sought-after destinations in the DFW metroplex, Plano is one city that comes highly regarded for its convenient location, excellent amenities, and highly rated schools.
Recently, Seychelle partnered with the HomeLight team to produce a fantastic guide for buyers considering a move to Plano. The piece covers the market, Plano’s diverse culture, housing quirks in the area, and even the best time to buy in this popular city. To read the full piece, CLICK HERE.
If you’re completely new to Plano, check out the following video that highlights some aspects of what makes this city so great!
Plano in a Nutshell
While Plano can be seen as a little Metropolis of its own with a population of ever 265,000, it strikes a balance between bustling businesses and a small-town feel, with pockets of small mom and pops and community events throughout the year.
Plano, Texas is a powerhouse when it comes to offering everything you can dream up in one great city. Located just 20 minutes north of Dallas, Texas, Plano is a prime location for businesses big and small. You’ll find that major corporations like Toyota, JCPenney, Dr. Pepper also call Plano home.
When it comes to entertainment, you won’t find any shortage of activities. Plano has some of the best retail shopping around, from boutiques to high-end fashion, you’ll find your style at any level. Plano also has some of the best restaurants in the Dallas area, whether you are looking for fine dining in the Shops of Legacy or a locally owned business at the corner next to your new home.
You’ll find a bit of history in the Railway Museum, great sprawling trails through nature in Arbor Hills and Oak Point Parks, and even a bit of Hollywood at Southfork Ranch all nestled in this great North Texas city we call Plano.
To top it all off, Plano has been recognized as one of the best school districts in the nation and is known all throughout DFW for the school systems. It also houses one of the best sports programs in the area, specializes in college prep, and offers many vocational programs.
Everything you could need or want is located in this big, little city called Plano.
For a more in-depth look, be sure to check out the article on HomeLight’s blog. If you’re considering a move to Plano, we’d love to learn how we can help. Simply fill out the form below to request a call, or call us directly today at 214-267-9222.