Canoga Park, CA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 08/01/2014 -- Those who already live in Plano, Texas agree that it really is a great place to live. If you don’t already live in Plano then maybe you are planning to make the move soon. After all, there are plenty of benefits of Plano to attract the most discerning of home buyers.
Just 30 minutes away from DFW International Airport and 25 minutes from downtown Dallas, Plano is ideally suited to young professionals and growing families, as well as being perfect for retirees. These great travel links mean that Plano is a fabulous suburban choice for those who want the best of both worlds.
In 2005, 2006 and 2011 Money magazine voted Plano the #1 best place to live in the Western United States and it’s to not hard to see why. In 2010 and 2011 Forbes declared Plano to be the safest city in the US. Crime statistics show that in 2006 there were only four homicides in Plano, which was the lowest homicide rate of all U.S. cities of 250,000 or more population.
In terms of wealth, then Plano is the place to be! Back in 2000 Plano was ranked the highest income city with a population of 130,000 or more. And median income has steadily risen since then. In 2007, Plano had the highest average income of a city with a population of 250,000 or more, at $84,492. The median income continues to rise.
And to top off all that, Plano is renowned for its public school system. All three of its senior high school were in Newsweek's 2012 list of best national high schools. 2014 has seen Plano Independent School District opening two four-year high school Academies, one focusing on STEAM (STEM education plus Media Arts) and the other on health science, both strengthening the already academic excellence of Plano. Mayor Harry Larosiliere lauds the fact that Plano certainly “empowers children to become dreamers,” the high achievers of the future.
Mayor Larosiliere recognizes that "our strong economic development programs, high quality of life, blue-ribbon schools and outstanding city services all help make Plano a City of Excellence.” Certainly, Plano checks all the boxes for healthy and wealthy living.
All of those facts add up to an impressive real estate and housing market growth in Plano, Texas. The top 10 Plano, Texas subdivisions ranked by home sales include Willow Bend in the number one spot, followed by Ridgeview and Hunters Glen.
If you wish to view houses in any of the top 10 subdivisions in Plano then make an appointment with your real estate agent today!
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