Sell My House Fast in Plano, Texas with an iBuyer

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Plano Real Estate Market Overview

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Selling a House in Plano, TX

If you’re trying to sell your home as a resident in Plano, we suggest selling in June. During this month, homes sell for 3.80% higher and 8 days faster than any other month. The median home value in this city is $345,430, although this number is expected to fall within the next year. Selling your home isn’t a simple task, but iBuyers make it look easy. iBuyers work both locally and nationally to provide homeowners with a sale that’s not only time-efficient, but hassle free. When you do decide to move out, you won’t have to clean, stage or even repair your home. An iBuyer will take care of it for you. Within just 24 hours, you could have an offer for your home.

Location & Weather

Plano is the 9th largest city in Texas, and is located in Collin county. It’s a dense city near Dallas and is home to several highly respected schools and universities. Plano is a comfortable city, that offers low crime-rates, a high quality of living, and plenty to do. It’s first known for its mouth-watering, Texan smokehouses and BBQ restaurants, but it’s also home to many historic landmarks, museums, shopping venues, and nature preserves. Some of these include the Arbor Hills Nature Preserve, Historic Downtown Plano, the Crayola Experience Plano, Play Street Museum and The Shops at Willow Bend.

Population, Job Market & Cost of Living

The population in Plano is 288,539, with a growth rate of 0.08% annually. The job growth here has increased by 3.3% over the last year and in ten years, is predicted to have increased by 44.6%. Some of the major industries in Plano are financial services, electronics, telecommunications, software/IT, and health, medical and bio science. The biggest companies to work for are J.C. Penny, Frito-Lay, Golden Living, Toyota Motor and Rent-A-Center. The cost of living in this city is higher than both the national average and the state average, making it a more expensive place to live.

Despite its higher cost of living, Plano proves to be a city perfect for those looking for a new home. If you’re interested in expanding job growth, delicious food, and opportunities to be active, or simply have fun, Plano is the place to be.

Hottest Neighborhoods:

Willow Bend, Whiffletree, Normandy Estates, Lakeside on Preston, Indian Creek

Jim S.

3212 Heatherbrook Drive, Plano, TX 75074

"This was the best home selling experience I've ever had!"

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