08 January . 2018
Frisco’s Glowing Quality of Life Report Card
Hollyhock is proud to be located in Frisco, which continues to shine in national reports that rank cities for quality of life, economic opportunities, new homes and more. See how our prime Frisco location makes Hollyhock an even better place to call home.
America’s 50 Best Cities to Live In
Frisco ranks No. 2 in Texas and No. 16 nationally in this report from 24/7 Wall Street. Frisco is one of the wealthiest cities in the country, yet one of the lowest costs of living.
Source: 24/7 Wall Street, 2017
Most Successful City in America
Out of 289 cities studied nationwide, Frisco ranks No. 1 for metrics including median household income, wealth and employment rate. Overall, three Metroplex cities were in the report’s Top 10.
Source: Zippia, 2016
Fastest Growing City in America
Frisco is the fastest-growing city in the U.S. based on 15 metrics including college-educated population growth and unemployment rates. The report cites top-notch schools, pristine parks, and retail, sports and entertainment destinations as big reasons for Frisco’s appeal.
Source: WalletHub, 2017
Best Places for Young Families
Frisco ranks No. 3 in Texas in NerdWallet’s “Best Places for Young Families” study. Frisco scores well for family friendliness, with married couples with kids under 18 making up nearly half of all households.
Source: NerdWallet, 2017
Best Suburbs to Buy a House in DFW Area
This ranking from Niche is based on home values, property taxes, homeownership rates, housing costs and real estate trends. Frisco has an overall A+ grade from Niche, with additional A+ and A grades for public schools, housing, family friendliness and diversity.
Source: Niche, 2017
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