Housing permits in Frisco dip as land costs escalate and the market matures

As Frisco’s land costs skyrocket and the city matures as a North Texas housing market, builders have filed fewer housing permits in the past few months, which means fewer homes under construction in the city limits.

And for the first time in city history the median price for a new single-family home has surpassed the half-a-million-dollar mark.

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