Real Estate & Houses for Sale in Plano TX
Search the newest homes for sale in Plano TX & real estate listings below. To change how the search is displayed, click the gray button next to "Sort By." Using the button below, you can sort homes by prices or days on the market. For information about neighborhood properties for sale in Plano, Texas, or to request a showing, click "Schedule a Showing" when viewing any listing. Most homes in Plano will be zoned to the highly-rated Plano ISD school district. All Plano will fall into the larger geographic area of homes in Collin County, Texas. Other cities near Plano are Frisco, McKinney, Allen and Prosper.
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NTREIS data last updated July 2, 2022.
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To view more Plano homes for sale, see the alphabetical list of subdivisions in the area below. Click on any of the listed communities to visit that Plano TX neighborhoods page. If you would like to view all Plano Texas real estate listings, click on the link at the top of the page.
Plano TX is surrounded by the cities of Parker, Murphy, and Sachse to the east, Richardson and Addison to the south, Frisco and Allen to the north and Carrollton and The Colony to the west. The houses in Plano price from the low $300,000's to over $5,000,000.
The highly-rated Plano ISD serves residents of the city.
Buyers will find townhouses, condos, high rise condos (being constructed now) and single family properties. An overwhelming majority of the listings are of single-family houses.
Living in Plano TX
If you are moving and relocating to Plano, be sure to check out our blog posts about "What are the Best Neighborhoods in Plano Texas" & "Moving to Plano Texas." These blog posts are packed full of information. We address what we feel are the best neighborhoods (with good descriptions of each neighborhood) and what you may enjoy if you're moving to the city along with our recommendations for local vendors.
These posts are, of course, only our opinions on the top subdivisions & relocating to Plano but will give buyers a great place to start their searches, do a little homework and research. Be sure not to miss these posts if you are moving to the area.
Homes for Sale in Plano TX
The current median value for Plano houses is around $262,000, and values have risen almost 16% in the past 12 months. The average list price on the residential real estate is approximately $600,000 as of early 2016. The relocation of several major corporations to the area has much to do with the rising prices.
While buyers will certainly have their choice of luxury properties marked above the $500,000 price point, the city will also offer an abundance of options for homes in the area below the $500,000 mark. Most of the listings in Plano will fall under the $500,000 mark with the west side of the city being the more expensive area.
The priciest luxury real estate in Plano is found in the following areas and neighborhoods where the prices defined as "luxury" run over $1,000,000: El Rancho Country Estates, Willow Bend, Kings Gate, Gleneagles, Normandy Estates, Lakeside on Preston, Red Wolf Estates, Shoal Creek and Kings Ridge.
As a side note, Gleneagles will offer luxury buyers a shot at a golf course home as the community is centered around the Gleneagles Country Club course.
Buyers in the luxury market will find the homes almost always have over 6000 square feet, features like multiple fireplaces and staircases, five to six bedrooms, media rooms, wine storage areas, larger lot sizes over three quarters of an acre, tennis courts, hotel like swimming pools, elevators, exercise rooms, gourmet kitchens, libraries and more.
$500,000 TO $1,000,000
A step below the luxury market is what we would call an executive type of house, and those prices range from approximately $500,000 to $1,000,000. Buyers will find larger properties in this niche with square footage from around 4500 to 6000 square feet on mostly two-story homes with four to six bedrooms and some very nice upgrades and features. Buyers will find larger properties and more upgrades and amenities toward the $1,000,000 mark. Some of the real estate priced around the $1,000,000 mark will be in the same subdivisions and neighborhoods as the luxury listings in the category above. Buyers will also find some of the same upgrades and luxury amenities as found in the luxury range.
Neighborhoods priced from $500,000 to $900,000 include Preston Lakes, Normandy Estates, Avignon, Whiffletree, areas of Willow Bend and Lakeside on Preston, Hills at Prestonwood, Chase Oaks, Castlemere, West Park, Deerfield, Harrington Homeplace, Forest Creek, Highland Ridge, Glenwood, Pitman Creek and more.
Most of the listings within this executive class will feed to Plano West High Senior High School. However, some of the properties will also feed to Plano Senior High School and Plano East Senior High School.
Plano homes priced below $500,000 may be found in abundance as well. Most of these listings will be located in the Plano High School or Plano East High School zones. Buyers may find that they need to update these properties as most will have been built in the 1990's or older. Some will offer open floor plans while others will be more of a 1970's or 1980's style with more closed floor plans where the living areas will be separated from the dining areas, etc... The bathrooms will often feature cultured marble counters which were popular with builders during the time of construction. The kitchens may also still have laminate counters where most buyers will want to do the work to upgrade the kitchen counters to natural stone.
If a buyer is looking for listings below $500,000, our Realtors would suggest starting in the following neighborhoods and areas: The Hills at Prestonwood, Old Shepard Place, Malibu Estates (which offer buyers new construction in Plano in the price range below $500,000), Wolf Creek, Stone Lake, Timber Brook Estates (also another community offering new construction to buyers in this price range), Wyndham Hill, Ravenglass Estates, Highland Ridge, Chase Oaks, Townhomes at Legacy Town Center (zoned to Frisco ISD and very lovely townhouses in Plano for those wanting that type of living), Preston Meadow, Spring Ridge, Whiffletree, Glen Heather, Glen Meadows, Fairfax Meadows, West Creek, Forest Creek, Fountain Creek, Parkway Heights, Parkway Estates, Oak Point Estates (new home community in Plano), Ridgeview Ranch, Hunters Glen, Breckenridge, Preston Crest, Legacy Hills, Creekbend Estates, White Rock Creek, Oak Creek Estates, Creekside Estates, Bristol Pointe, Pitman Creek, Russell Creek and Stoney Hollow.
New Home Builders in Plano TX
Buyers will find that a majority of the properties listed in the area were originally built in the 1970s to 1990s. However, there are some builders still building in Plano and also some custom home builders who will build to suit your needs on available lots. As a reference, Home Advisor has listed their picks for the top custom home builders in Plano.
Some of the new home builders in Plano include but are not limited to: Landon Homes, Lennar Homes, Toll Brothers Homes, Highland Homes, Rendition Homes, Grand Homes, Normandy Homes, Starside Custom Homes, Alford Homes, Windrush Custom Homes, Hatfield Homes & Remodels, Starmark Custom Homes & M/I Homes.
Considering looking homes, or selling a house in the Plano area? Knox & Associates real estate agents are Plano neighborhood experts, and we’d love to help! Our direct phone number is 972-342-0000. Or you may contact us via the contact form here.
If you are looking at real estate for sale, contact us to schedule showings of the properties that catch your attention. For sellers, our Plano REALTORS® will schedule a convenient time to meet for a consultation; create a custom, full-market analysis of your house; and formulate a fair-market opinion as to the best asking price for your home.
We can provide up-to-the-minute Plano real estate statistics: current average asking prices on the homes for sale; the sales' history of currently sold houses in the Plano neighborhood; and information about broader market trends so that you can make a well-informed decision.
Knox & Associates' REALTORS® in Plano are full-time, trusted, professional real estate agents. This means you will be teaming with a dedicated expert whose goal is to negotiate the quickest home sale possible with the highest net return to the client.