Relocating from California, I was completely amazed of what I could purchase in Texas compared to the house we left in California. We limited
our search to communities that feed into Frisco ISD, which does
an excellent job of developing the whole student. I tell all my friends back in
Los Angeles that my kids receive a private school education for the cost of a public
school. And to challenge ourselves even
more, our house had to feed into Lone Star High School because my oldest son
did not want to “leave” his friends; moreover, I wanted to stay under $250K. We
also wanted 4bds, 3bths and a nice size yard. Impossible? Initially, I thought
so, but not at all. We were able to build a brand new, First Texas home in Frisco Hills.
Frisco Hills is a very
close knit community. Kids roam from house to house. Outside neighbors are walking their dogs, riding bikes, jogging, or just enjoying the pool. We come together to enjoy block parties and we just had our first
annual 4th of July celebration where everyone pitched in food, drinks,
games, snow cones, desserts… We have the modern flare with old fashion values.
So if you’re looking to buy in Little Elm and feed
into Frisco ISD, Frisco Hills is an excellent choice. And when you stop by, make sure to contact
me before visiting the sales office.
Millionaire to Millennials: Buy a Home!!Last week, CNBC ran
"I had the good fortune of working with Elena to find a home in a tough, tough market.
Elena very quickly grasped what my partner and I were looking for, and was able to find houses that were right up our alley. The market made offers and transactions real work; Elena was undaunted. She refused to let us get discouraged, and battled through obstacles to snag us a sweet, charming place to hang our hats!
She stuck through even after the deal closed, when some small issues arose... which we could not address as we were out of town.
This woman gets it done!"