Plano subdivisions include perhaps 15 communities and feature mostly detached single family homes. While nearby Yorkville, Montgomery and Oswego were on the forefront of real estate development in the area over the past decade, Plano remains a relatively small, agricultural community. For information on each particular subdivision in Plano, you can select from the dropdown list presented below. Locate homes for sale as well as home buying and home selling resources.
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Rapid home building was just hitting this area in the early 2000′s with the large Lakewood Springs development and several other planned communities. With the market slowdown in the mid 2000′s, many of these communities were halted or put on hold. This has left Plano with a good mix of both older and newer subdivisions. Many of the new communities started in the early years of 2000 remain largely un-built and leave room for future expansion. You will also find a large pocket of smaller homes located around Downtown Plano including quite a few small ranch homes. It’s clear that at some point in the future, development will start again in this community, but for now, Plano remains a small village with a small-town atmosphere.