Just a short distance from Dallas you’ll find the amazing city of Plano, TX. This city is home to approximately 278,480 residents. The median household income for Plano is an estimated $80,448. The median home value is $226,500. Both of these amounts are above the state averages.
Part of both Collin County and Denton County, this city has 71.6 square miles of land area. When you consider the land area and the current population, this area has an average population density of 3,891 people per square mile.
The city of Plano supports community growth by providing a first-time homebuyer program to those who need assistance. For those who already own their home, the city provides housing rehabilitation. This is a step above and beyond what many cities offer their residents, and this is just one of the things that make Plano such a great place to call home.
Wondering about the weather in Plano? The average high temperature is 87 degrees, with August being the warmest month of the year. The average low temperature is 50 degrees, with the coolest month of the year being January.
The city of Plano is proud of its commitment to maintain excellence when it comes to educational opportunities. The percentage of residents with a high school diploma or higher is 95.1%. Even more impressive is that the percentage of residents with a Bachelor’s degree or higher is 57.7%. Students in Plano are served by the Plano Independent School District. Students in some areas of Plano attend schools in the Lewisville ISD, Frisco ISD, and Allen ISD.
Many large companies have their headquarters in Plano. Such companies include Alliance Data, Dell Services, Frito-Lay, JCPenney, Pizza Hut, and Cinemark Theaters. The fact that the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is just a short drive from Plano makes this a prime location for business travelers.
Contact Rene Burchell today at 469-877-3303 to tour available houses for sale in Plano and surrounding areas.