Plano Texas is a fabulous place to live and work. With companies and people relocating to Plano, there are more and more inquiries about rental and lease homes. Some people prefer to lease upon their arrival to give them time to decide where they want to later purchase a home.
Many of our relocation clients are executives looking to lease a luxury or executive home while they get settled into new jobs and the area. The good news is Plano has plenty of housing with local lease prices ranging from $1500 to over $10,000 per month.
Luxury homes are usually bigger, custom or semi custom built, located on larger lots, and many have pools. These homes offer top of the line amenities including hardwood floors, upscale kitchens, soaring floor plans, studies, media rooms, and game rooms. Lease prices start around $3000 per month and can be over $10,000 per month depending on the size, quality, and location of the property.
Contact us at 214-227-6626 if you have questions or require additional information.
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Tom Branch and Gina Branch, The Branch Team with RE/MAX Dallas Suburbs, service the greater North Dallas suburbs including Dallas, Plano, Allen, McKinney, Frisco, Lewisville, and Carrollton. While Gina concentrates on traditional listings and buyer/tenant representation, Tom specializes in assisting distressed homeowners to avoid foreclosure. Tom and Gina have published two books (Achieving Rock Star Status and The Field Guide to Short Sales) and are available for speaking engagements in the greater Dallas - Fort Worth Metroplex. Subscribe to The Branch Team Blog.
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