Apartments for Rent in Frisco, TX

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How much is the average rent in Frisco, TX?

The average rent in Frisco, TX is at $1,672. There are 119 apartments for rent in Frisco, TX to choose from, with prices between $899 and $8,000 per month.

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Renter’s City Guide to Frisco, TX

Introducing Frisco Expenses & Housing Stats Jobs & Education Lifestyle & Renting Tips

Situated in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area, Frisco is a mid-sized city that has seen rapid growth throughout the past decade or so. In fact, it expanded 250% between 2000 and 2014 and continues to grow, with WalletHub naming it the “Fastest-Growing City in the U.S”. However, that’s not to say it’s an unimaginative urban sprawl. Frisco has received the classification of “Tree City USA” for more than a decade due to its nearly 1,400 acres of parks and green spaces. Top-rated amenities and facilities, such as schools and commercial areas, make Frisco popular among an array of people, with NerdWallet naming it the best city in Texas to raise a family.

How big is Frisco?

With a total area of just under 70 square miles, Frisco is about the same size as neighboring Plano and around 20% of the size of Dallas. 

What cities are close to Frisco?

Frisco is located around 30 miles north of downtown Dallas and about 45 miles northeast of Fort Worth.

What is the weather like in Frisco?

With an average of 230 sunny days per year, Frisco has a humid, subtropical climate characterized by hot, humid summers and cool winters. June through August sees average highs in the low- to mid-90s, while January lows average around 33°F. The city also experiences around 39 inches of rain per year, with May and October typically being the wettest months. Situated at the southern tip of Tornado Valley, tornadoes are not very common, although the area does experience heavy storms from time to time.


What are the pros of living in Frisco?

Frisco’s rapid development has contributed to a surge in the local economy, with an array of jobs available and more than 9,000 local businesses in operation. The real estate market is also thriving and sensible infrastructure has been implemented throughout its growth, ensuring that there are plenty of top-rated schools within the city, as well as good transportation connections. Green spaces are also common, with several parks dotted throughout the city. Finally, close proximity to Dallas ensures that everything you need is close at hand.

What are the cons of living in Frisco?

For the most part, roads and transportation links have been implemented successfully during the city’s growth, although rush hour does see heavy traffic due to the sheer number of people commuting. Additionally, the heat can take some time to get used to if you’re moving from a more temperate area. Consequently, air conditioning is almost essential in most rentals, bringing up the cost of your utility bills.

Frisco Demographic Highlights

Total Population 177,020
Median Age 37.1

How much is public transportation in Frisco?

Public transportation in Frisco is provided by the Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA), which provides a number of bus lines in and around the city. Local tickets are available for $1.50 for a half-day pass or $3.50 for a full-day pass. For regional travel, it’s $12 for a day pass. Regular users would benefit from purchasing a monthly pass, which costs $48 for local routes and $192 for regional lines.

How much does a meal cost in Frisco?

In Frisco, expect to pay around $40 for a three-course meal for two in a mid-range restaurant. A regular coffee should be about $4.25.

How much are utilities in Frisco?

Basic monthly utilities average $197 for a 915-square-foot apartment in Frisco, which includes water, electricity, heating, cooling and garbage disposal. A monthly internet connection will typically be an additional $65.

Frisco Rent Statistics

Apartment Rent Ranges

$501 - $7000%
$701 - $1,0001.09%
$1,001 - $1,50044.46%
$1,501 - $2,00035.23%
> $20000%

Average Rent Trends

What is the average rent in Frisco?

The average rent for an apartment in Frisco is $1,655 per month.

What is the average apartment size in Frisco?

The average apartment size in Frisco is 942 sq. ft.

What is the rent for a studio apartment in Frisco?

Rent for a studio apartment in Frisco ranges between $1,273 and $2,288 per month.

What is the rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Frisco?

Rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Frisco ranges between $899 and $4,263 per month.

What is the rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Frisco?

Rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Frisco ranges between $1,129 and $4,928 per month.

What is the rent for a 3-bedroom apartment in Frisco?

Rent for a 3-bedroom apartment in Frisco ranges between $1,509 and $6,013 per month.

Frisco Housing Statistics

Occupied Housing Units 60,123
Owner occupied 71.56%
Renter occupied 28.44%

What are the major industries in Frisco?

Major industries in Frisco include the professional, scientific and technical services sector, which employs around 15% of the local workforce. Retail trade is another common industry, hiring 11%. The finance and insurance industry employs a little less at 10.9%.

Frisco Employment Statistics

White Collar 82,799
Blue Collar 6,566
White Collar 92.65%
Blue Collar 7.35%
Self Employment 9,407
Private Companies 68,498
Governmental Workers 7,456
Not for Profit Companies 4,004
Self Employment 10.53%
Private Companies 76.65%
Governmental Workers 8.34%
Not for Profit Companies 4.48%

Does Frisco have good schools?

Schools in Frisco are provided by the Frisco Independent School District, which provides an array of top-ranking public schools within the city.

What are the top colleges in Frisco?

Amberton University and Collin College both have campuses in Frisco, while the University of Dallas and UT Arlington both offer MBA programs in the city.

Frisco Education Statistics

No High School1.88%
Some High School14.01%
Some College18.62%
Associate Degree6.4%
Bachelor Degree36.14%
Graduate Degree0%

What is there to do in Frisco for families?

Frisco Discovery Center is a top choice for the entire family, featuring the National Video Game Museum, the Frisco Art Gallery, and a variety of other exhibits and attractions. Alternatively, Pole Position Raceway is a great stop for some indoor go-kart fun.

Are there parks in Frisco?

Frisco is home to almost 1,400 acres of parks and green spaces, so there’s plenty of nature to enjoy. Frisco Commons Park is also a popular choice and is great for a relaxing stroll through its shady avenues. For art lovers, the Texas Sculpture Garden offers four acres of parkland that is home to more than 40 incredible works from local artists.

What sports teams play in Frisco?

FC Dallas is a major league soccer team that calls the city home and plays at Toyota Stadium. Meanwhile, you can catch the NBDL’s Texas Legends competing at Dr. Pepper Arena, while minor league baseball games are hosted at Dr. Pepper Ballpark, with the Frisco RoughRiders as the home team. Nearby, Dallas is home to the Cowboys, Stars and Mavericks, and both the Cowboys and Stars are headquartered in Frisco. In fact, the Stars practice in the city, with sessions open to the public for free.

What are the main annual events in Frisco?

Frisco hosts several annual events, including Arts in the Square, a two-day celebration of local art that showcases works from more than 120 artists. It’s held in Frisco Square in April. And, in the same location in June, you’ll find live music every Saturday as part of the Music in the Square celebration.

Where to go shopping in Frisco?

Frisco Square is home to a number of stores, from small boutiques to well-known supermarkets. There are also plenty of cafes, restaurants and bars to enjoy while you’re there. Alternatively, Stonebriar Center is a popular shopping mall that will have everything you’ll need.

Frisco Household Statistics

Total Number of Households 60,123
Average People Per Household 3
Median Household Income$127,055
Average Household Income$153,708
No Children

What are the renters’ rights in Frisco?

Renters’ rights are fairly well-protected in Frisco, although there are some things to be aware of. There’s no limit on how much a landlord can charge for a security deposit, so be sure to do your research. However, landlords are required to return the deposit within 30 days of the tenant moving out. Failure to do so allows the tenant to sue them in small claims court. Renters have the right to habitable living conditions, so if repairs are needed, landlords are required to take care of them. Tenants are also able to take care of said repairs and deduct the cost from the next rent payment if the landlord doesn’t resolve the issue.

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