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3415 Custer Road, Suite #122, Plano, TX 75023
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Property Management: Frisco

Directions to our Property Management Offices from Frisco, Texas –

Tenants as well as investors, in some circumstances, may need to visit us at our offices in Plano, Texas. Accordingly, here are driving directions to our property management office from Frisco, Texas:

Property Management Office Directions

  • Get on Dallas North Tollway South from Parkwood Blvd.
  • Follow Dallas North Tollway S to Dallas Pkwy in Plano. Take the exit toward Spring Creek Pkwy/Windhaven Pkwy from Dallas North Tollway South
  • Take W Spring Creek Pkwy to Custer Rd
  • Arrive at North Texas Property Management from Frisco, Texas.

We service many clients who are looking for property management in Frisco. Our team of property managers is very familiar with Frisco, Texas, and with surrounding cities in North Texas.

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Property Management Services Provided for Frisco Properties:

Frisco, Texas - Property Management Company

  • Complete make ready services of investment properties ensuring they meet Texas Rental Property Codes as well as being clean, presentable, and habitable.
  • Handling of all home owner association and city concerns, notices, violations including city registration of rental properties and scheduling of city inspections prior to occupancy.
  • Superior marketing and advertising of each individual property utilizing yard signs and approximately fifteen different on line advertising sites maximizing exposure.
  • Efficient and thorough tenant application process with optional requirements based on the individual needs of each home owner or real estate investor.
  • Provide executed (T.A.R.) Texas Association of Realtors lease and all appropriate agreements/documents such as pool liability waivers, lead based paint disclosures, etc.
  • Provide owners detailed information and estimates of repair costs for approval while coordinating those repairs between vendors/subcontractors/handymen and tenants.
  • Processing of any and all rents/funds collected each month in a timely manner and providing end of year reports for taxes.
  • Filing of any eviction court paperwork as needed, represent owner/investor in eviction court, file writ of possession, and enforce the writ in person. This is all on a case by case basis.

Frisco, Texas: Historical Factoid

As one of the top property management companies serving Frisco, Texas, our property managers are keen to stay up-to-date with facts, figures, and things to do about the town. So here’s a historical factoid for you:

Frisco is on State Highway 289 and Farm Road 720 about thirty miles north of Dallas in western Collin County. A portion of the community also lies in eastern Denton County. Frisco was originally named Emerson, after Francis Emerson, who owned the farm where the townsite was located. Emerson, a McKinney banker, had promised to place a national bank in the town if it was named after him, but the bank was never established. Because the name Emerson resembled that of Emberson in Lamar County the town was renamed Frisco City, in honor of the St. Louis, San Francisco and Texas Railway Company, popularly known as the Frisco system, when the post office was established in 1902. The town name was later shortened. Frisco was incorporated during the first decade of the twentieth century and augmented by an influx of residents of nearby Erudia and Lebanon, who wanted to take advantage of the railroad line. Originally a retail and shipping point for farmers, Frisco had a number of cotton gins and grain elevators and was the home of a Farmers Co-operative Gin Association. By 1914 the population was estimated at 1,000. The Reinbert Electric Company began service to the community in 1913. In 1924 Texas Power and Light bought out Reinbert and in 1955 constructed a 110,000-kilowatt generating plant just outside of town on State Highway 289. In 1921 the Lone Star Gas Company organized the Farmers Gas Company in order to supply gas to smaller towns, including Frisco.

Source: http://tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/hgf08