Stonebriar Subdivision in Frisco, Texas Home Sales Trends in 2015

Housing sales in the Stonebriar subdivision in Frisco Texas are at 87 homes sold for 2015. The houses sold were built between 2004 and 2015. The average housing sale in Stonebriar was $715,628, the lowest selling price at $108,000, and the highest at $3,650,000.

The average size of a home in the Stonebriar subdivision is 3,970 square feet. The smallest size of a home was 1,328 square feet, and the largest was 9,655 square feet. For a home in Stonebriar, it took an average of 82 days to sell, the fastest sale taking days and the slowest sale 645 days.

The Stonebriar subdivision is located in Frisco, Texas. Frisco has a population of 116,989, up from 33,714 in the previous census, making it the twenty-sixth most populous city in the state of Texas. Frisco was the fastest-growing city in the United States in 2009 and also the fastest-growing city in the nation from 2000 to 2009. Frisco is roughly 62.4 square miles in size. Frisco is located in both Collin and Denton Counties on the far north side of Dallas.

Overall home sales in Frisco, Texas are at 4,042 homes sold, with an average sales price of $379,767. On average, sellers received 99% of their asking price, with homes spending an average of 35 days on the market. Frisco is known as area 55 in the North Texas Real Estate Information System. This information is believed reliable but is only as accurate as reported by the system in the month of December 2015.

DFW Team Realty is your local expert specializing in home sales in the Stonebriar subdivision, as well as home foreclosures and short sales in the Stonebriar subdivision. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in Stonebriar, contact DFW Team Realty or visit us online to receive updates on home values in your city and neighborhood.


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