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97 apartments for rent near Frisco, TX

The Legends at Legacy
3700 Legacy Dr
1 Bed
$1,222
2 Bed
$1,435
3 Bed
$1,855
Alta Cobb Hill
6000 El Dorado Pky
1 Bed
$1,025
2 Bed
$1,280
3 Bed
$1,875
AMLI at the Ballpark
7699 John Q Hammonds
1 Bed
$960
2 Bed
$1,653
Sonsrena
9425 Rolater Rd
1 Bed
$905
2 Bed
$1,300
3 Bed
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Camden Panther Creek
9415 Panther Creek Pkwy
1 Bed
$978
2 Bed
$1,281
3 Bed
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Bell Stonebriar
5250 Town and Country Blvd
1 Bed
$895
2 Bed
$1,269
3 Bed
$1,684
Post Sierra
3200 Rifle Gap Rd
Studio
$970
1 Bed
$1,020
2 Bed
$1,305
Results within 1 miles of Frisco, TX
Lincoln at Towne Square
8205 Towne Main Dr
1 Bed
$930
2 Bed
$1,381
3 Bed
$2,046
1 Bed
$900
2 Bed
$1,325
3 Bed
$1,555
Legacy Village Apartment Homes
7001 Parkwood Blvd
Studio
$943
1 Bed
$996
2 Bed
$1,378
The Brooks on Preston
7200 Preston Rd
1 Bed
$978
2 Bed
$1,339
3 Bed
$1,739
Mission Gate
8025 Ohio Dr
1 Bed
$835
2 Bed
$1,070
3 Bed
$1,575
Ranch at Ridgeview
2901 Ridgeview Dr
1 Bed
$875
2 Bed
$1,200
3 Bed
$1,375
Riachi at ONE21
9600 Coit Rd
1 Bed
$900
2 Bed
$1,310
3 Bed
Ask
Aura Castle Hills
5500 State Highway 121
1 Bed
$1,010
2 Bed
$1,500
3 Bed
$1,505
Avana Stonebriar
5620 S Colony Blvd
1 Bed
$942
2 Bed
$1,000
3 Bed
$1,535
McDermott Place Apt.
8900 Independence Pkwy
1 Bed
$965
2 Bed
$1,365
3 Bed
$1,800
Post Legacy
5741 Martin Rd
Studio
$1,060
1 Bed
$1,105
2 Bed
$1,455
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City Guide
Frisco
Moving to Frisco

As is the case with most other housing markets, most apartment complexes in Frisco are going to require that your income is at least two to three times the monthly rent. Housing appears cheap and the lack of state income tax make the area deceptively cheap, but high utility bills and higher than average costs for commuting really add up.

If youre looking to rent a house or apartment in Frisco, you should have good luck finding one, but you may not want to get your heart set on a specific property; instead, plan on having back-ups. The housing market in Frisco, as in the entire metroplex, is extremely hot, and its common to have other potential tenants or buyers snag up the property you wanted before you can sign the paperwork.

If you are looking to rent a type of housing for which there are more vacancies, like a one-bedroom apartment, there may be enough of them available that apartment complexes may offer move-in specials such as reduced security deposits or free gifts at lease signing as extra incentives to beat the competition.

Most apartments here allow pets with extra deposits, so finding a pet-friendly apartment shouldn't be too hard either. One thing is for sure: Frisco has a large selection of housing, almost all of which is newer and in great condition, and many apartments are in gated communities. You may pay a little more for housing here, but youll definitely get something nice to show for it.

Neighborhoods in Frisco

City Center: Filled with useful amenities such as the Frisco public library and the Dallas stadium, the city center district is convenient and not overly expensive.

Preston Rd / Meadow Hill Dr: Another conveniently central neighborhood, with plenty of large townhomes for rent.

County Rd 22 / County Rd 114: This large neighborhood has plenty of new homes for rent.

Lebanon: This southern neighborhood is filled with apartment complexes, so it's a great place to look for a studio apartment.

Lolaville: A highly desirable neighborhood, conveniently close to shopping malls and a range of dining options.

Life in Frisco

There is a reason why Frisco is the fastest growing city in the country: its an amazing place to live. Theres almost no winter to speak of. Summers are incredibly hot, with up to three months a year when the temperature reaches 100 degrees or more.

The quality of life in Frisco is excellent. The city has attracted tons of major retailers, including the 165 stores in the upscale Stonebriar Centre and Swedish furniture giant IKEA. Dining out is a passion for people in the Dallas/Fort Worth area and there is a huge variety of restaurants to choose from. That same Preston Road that was once the site of cattle drives is now a major north-south thoroughfare through the city, with stores and restaurants lining the street.

Frisco also has a number of sporting venues, including the Dr. Pepper Ballpark, which is a ballpark that seats 10,500, and Pizza Hut Park, which is a 20,500 seat stadium and is the home of the FC Dallas major league soccer team. The Dallas Cowboys will move their headquarters to Frisco before the 2016 season, and the Dallas Stars NHL hockey team is also based in Frisco.

Texas is where everyone wants to be lately because the job market and housing market are so good that its like the recession of 2008 never happened. You can still live the American Dream in Frisco--just don't forget your wallet.