The seventh-most populous county in Texas, Collin County covers 886 square miles. It encompasses the cities of Allen, Anna, Farmersville, Lavon, Lucas, Melissa, Murphy, part of Plano, part of Dallas, and many other cities in the area. The county seat is located in McKinney.
The population of Collin County in 2014 was estimated about 885,241, with an estimated 100 people moving into the county each day. This means that if the growth keeps up, the number of residents will reach 1.2 million by 2030.
Part of the massive growth is due to the influx of major companies who have moved large operations to Plano and the surrounding area. Big brands such as Liberty Mutual, State Farm, Toyota, and FedEx are working to position themselves in Collin County and the Dallas area. This not only provides jobs, but also drives the housing market.
Investing in Collin County Property
If you are looking to invest in property in the Dallas area, Collin County provides many opportunities. With jobs on the rise in the area, the housing demand is set to continue its upward ascent. And Collin County provides a diverse range of cities to choose from. With more rural areas like Princeton, bustling bedroom communities such as Allen, and the small town feel of cities like Wylie, there is truly something for everyone.
Collin County Property Management
LEAP DFW manages many properties within Collin County. With an office location in Plano, we are familiar with the area and can help you along every step of the way, from finding the right tenants, to performing property inspections, and ensuring the proper maintenance is completed.
Property management doesn’t have to be difficult. Learn more about how we can make your property management simple with our services.