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Jorrey, Home Buyer in 75034

"Is zip code 75034 in Frisco, TX considered in a declining market?".

Asked by Jorrey, 75034 Wed May 4, 2011

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Hello Jorrey, I would like to share some market statistics with you in relation to zip code 75034; I am sure you'd be surprised at the growth.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jul 18, 2013
75033 Is also a great zip code. It was only created 18 months ago due to increasing West Frisco population. It has Exemplary Frisco ISD, and great communities with trails, golf courses, etc. West Frisco is a premium growth area of North Texas.

If you'd like help in your search please feel free to contact me 469-556-7054, or Renee@TotonDevelopment.com. Or check out http://www.TotonSells.com. I can help you take the stress out of moving!

Happy Hunting,
Renee Toton
Keller Williams Realty
Frisco TX 75034
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jul 8, 2013
75034 is one of the best zip codes you can purchase a property in. Frisco is considered to be one of the wealthier area's in the Dallas metro and 75034 is full of great neighborhood's many of which are gated and include fabolous neighborhood amenities and great schools. There is a great appreciation rate in this area and a shortage of supply which makes for a great Real Estate market and terrific place to invest in. As a Frisco specialist and resident I would be more then happy to help in your search!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jun 17, 2013
Hello Jorrey,

Please feel free to learn more about the area at: http://mbrownstead.kwrealty.com

Thank you!

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Michael L. Brownstead, GRI, ABR
Keller Williams Realty
1002 Raintree Cir., Ste. 100
Allen, TX 75013
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Dec 30, 2012

Zipcode 75034 in Frisco is the place to buy. The housing inventory is low and properties are moving fast. I actually experienced listing a house and within hours receiving an offer. That is a HOT market. We are now in the beginning of a Seller's market. For more information or the newest properties, give me a call.

Kathy Hines/Broker
Keller Williams Dallas Preston
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Dec 26, 2012
Texas is one of the hottest real estate markets in the country. A lot of companies are relocating to the DFW area and the home inventory is low. As a result you are seeing multiple offers on many properties. Some economists forecast a 5.8% price increase this year.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Feb 3, 2012
Just so you have an idea of how declining it is, about 3 weeks ago, I was in a multiple offer situation on a property priced at $400,000!
Actually we have very low inventory there because of the high demand!
Please let me know if you need ay more information!
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Feb 3, 2012
75034 is the western half of Frisco (Denton county). It is also the higher-priced half, compared to 75035 on the eastern half of Frisco (Collin county). While higher-priced homes are selling slower, 75034 is still growing and as the local market continues to rebound, 75034 will do very well.

Those who buy now (when the market is down) will benenfit later. So, any past declines might actually be an advantage to a buyer. Besides, there are ways to manage any potential risks (investors do it all the time, you just need to know how).
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Feb 2, 2012
No its not at all.... Frisco is doing very well all over and if the house is priced right and staged well its going to sell. If you are a buyer and have found a home you like then you want to do some good research on comparables.

Let me know if you need help with anything in that Zip Code, I do a lot of business there. Thanks!
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jul 18, 2011

Probably depends on the price of the home.
The lower priced homes seem to be selling well.
The upper priced homes not so well.

You can check out statistics on this website:

Frisco is area 55, so that covers more than just 75034

There is some data also on the Texas A&M Real Estate website, but not always broken down by specific zip code.

Bruce Lynn
Keller Williams Realty
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jun 13, 2011
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