I am always getting the same questions over and over about new builds in Frisco. But one has constantly been coming up almost daily.
“Cul-de-sac or no cul-de-sac?”
A cul-de-sacs main purpose is to limit access to an existing road newly designated as a major artery by enabling traffic to move smoothly on it. It also, and most importantly, it helps to protect neighborhood residents, particularly children, from the dangers of cars.
My client purchased 7552 Longmont Court at Lawler Park in Frisco in the Crossing. As you can see above, it is positioned perfectly in this cul-de-sac. It did have a hefty $15,000 premium and this is the main reason why buyers question taking the lot.
Well guess what? It’s worth every bit of it!
In a recent study buyers will pay 20 percent more for a home on a cul-de-sac! Yes, 20% MORE!!!
Not only the resell market, but as a broker, every time I list a home on a cul-de-sac, they move much quicker than not on a cul-de-sac.
Even though the cul-de-sac was created for developers to fit the most amount of homes in odd tracts of land, they are worth it for anyone wanting what every family wants!
Besides, this isn’t just an American dream anymore. I have read that countries like the Philippines and China, and in parts of the Middle East, cul-de-sacs are fast becoming all the rage.
For more info on Cul-de-sac communities in Frisco, Texas call or text Brad Holden at (469) 733-2723.
Brad Holden – Holden New Homes – Licensed Texas Real Estate Broker