Living in


Forming a web of residential neighborhoods peppered with picturesque parks and preserves, Plano appeals to homebuyers looking for a high quality of life with a good mix of space and convenience. The city is home to more than half a million residents, ensuring it avoids the sleepy suburban stereotype.

As there isn’t one downtown district per se, residents can satisfy their need to eat or shop at one of a dozen or so suburban-style shopping plazas. Museums like Crayola Experience Plano, Heritage Farmstead Museum, and the Interurban Railway Museum keep visitors and locales entertained, while golf clubs in the vicinity provide splendid places to enjoy the sport.

Plano’s real estate options run the gamut from stylish condos in modern high-rises to million-dollar charmers exuding grace and sophistication.