How does Frisco measure up? Here’s a list of the city’s top rankings in 2021

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Frisco has gained attention over the last two decades as it transformed from a rural town into a rapidly growing suburb.

Its population boom and economic growth have earned the city high rankings in the national spotlight time and again.

Below are some of the city’s highest rankings in 2021.

No. 1 for best real estate market

Personal finance website WalletHub ranked 300 real estate markets around the nation, analyzing their home value forecast, median days on the market, share of young homes, vacancy rate, median credit scores, housing affordability and unemployment rate. Frisco came in first, overall.

No. 2 for safest city in the nation

Personal finance website SmartAsset compared safety in 200 cities using five data points: city violent crime rates, city property crime rates, county vehicular mortality rates, county drug poisoning mortality rates and the percentage of each county’s population that reported drinking in excess. Frisco came in at number 2, overall.

No. 2 fastest-growing in the U.S.

U.S. Census data previously named Frisco the No. 1 fastest-growing city in the U.S. (population of more than 50,000). But new Census data shows that it fell to second place after Buckeye, Arizona, reported a rapid net gain of nearly 12,000 residents in about nine months.

No. 7 for best school district in Texas

Niche analyzes and rates schools based on test scores, graduation rates and other data. Frisco ISD was highly rated for its graduation rate, its student-teacher ratio and its finances, as well as as its athletics:

No. 19 for Money magazine’s 2021 list of 50 best places to live in the nation

Money magazine primarily ranked Frisco high for its premier sports tourism industry — home to the practice facility, headquarters or competition venue for the FC Dallas professional soccer team, Dallas Cowboys professional football team and the Dallas Stars professional hockey team. The city will also soon welcome the PGA headquarters, which will additionally bring two championship golf courses, a conference center and a resort-style hotel.

No. 22 for best city for first-time homebuyers in nation

Personal finance website WalletHub gave Frisco the region’s highest ranking. Its booming economy and population helped it soar above Allen, Plano, McKinney and Dallas.

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