Parker Real Estate

D Magazine picked Parker as the Number 1 Suburb in the entire Metroplex. Categories like air quality, taxes, crime, housing, schools and ambience were compared, and Parker came out at the very top among a host of strong competitors. It’s the home one of the top tourist attractions for visitors from all over the world coming in search of what they most associate with Dallas-- Southfork Ranch.

Parker continues to offer the finest in country living—just as the world saw on TV! Homes built on large lots and deep-rooted farming and animal husbandry trades preserve Parker’s history and its Western flair. Parker students attend the Allen ISD or Plano ISD schools both of which are highly ranked.

The Parker Preserve is another highlight of the city. It consists of more than 13-acres just east of City Hall with a rose garden, gazebo and walking trails. Parker is also located in close proximity to Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve to the west, and to the North Texas Equestrian Center and Lake Lavon, to the east. And of course, Plano is just down the road with all the city amenities anyone could want.

Parker - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Parker: $1,678,000 / County Avg $711,100


Avg Taxes in Parker: $17,400 / County Avg $9,900


Avg Sq. Ft. in Parker: 5,086 / County Avg 2,783


Avg Price per/sqft in Parker:$330 / County Avg $256


Avg Walkscore in Parker: 11 / County Avg 28


Avg Year Built in Parker: 2011 / County Avg 2008


Avg Days on Website in Parker: 54 / County Avg 51


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