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Explosive population growth has brought thousands of new residents to Frisco over the past 25 years. Because of new residents requesting personal loans, the State of Texas has created the Texas Department of Banking website. The website presents helpful financing tips under the “Financial Education” tab. Read about state laws and regulations on the website as well.
Located in Collin and Denton counties about 25 miles away from Dallas Love Field and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Frisco has earned the distinction for being the fastest growing city in the United States from 2000 to 2009. The city grew an incredible 247 percent during the first decade of the new millennium. Rapid expansion in Plano during the late 1990s spilled over into Frisco, as an unexpected economic boom created demand for better housing. Since 2003, the city has received the National Arbor Day Foundations “Tree City USA” designation. As with most other north suburban communities, the city derives much of its affluence from the highly educated demographic base.
The coinciding economic and population explosions have ramped up demand for personal loan requests. Frisco is home to several financial institutions that provide residents the opportunity to pursue funding for the purchase of new homes and the completion of extensive home improvement projects.
To accommodate an increase in affluence, north Metroplex suburbs such as Frisco have developed vacant land for retail properties. With a ribbon cutting ceremony in 2005, the 165-store regional mall opened its door to the public. Furniture store IKEA anchors the mall by spanning nearly 310,000 square feet. National retail stores and restaurants in the mall stay busy throughout the year.
Frisco approached its economic boom a little differently than the approach taken by northern suburban counterparts Plano and McKinney. Residents passed a fractional percent sales tax to fund the Frisco Economic Development Corporation (FEDC). The FEDC funnels money into upstart commercial projects. The city has constructed Frisco Square, which is a combined commercial and residential development project featuring 250 residential rental units and seven restaurants.
A Cinemark theater opened in 2012 to generate more sales tax revenue for the city. The infusion of sales tax cash has allowed city leaders to keep property taxes lower than what residents of other north suburb communities pay for similar homes. Primary employers operating in the city include the Frisco Independent School District and T-Mobile.
Visit the official city website to learn more about the cultural and historical landmarks in Frisco and the surrounding area.
The legal requirements for loans in Frisco, Texas vary by funding type and the type of financial entity offering the loan. Questions like “What is the shortest payback period?” and “What is the longest loan term?” cannot be easily answered. To understand the rules and regulations for getting personal loans in Texas, associated with the loan you end up choosing, we recommend speaking with a professional accountant in your area.
You will need to contact your lender directly to discuss any restrictions that may apply to your loan. For information about what can prevent you from requesting a loan through our site, please see the corresponding section below.
Those with bad credit may still be able to find funding. While searching for traditional bank loans, or even locally sourced alternative funding solutions, may prove unfruitful, online options may utilize a risk assessment model that favors your financial situation. A personal loan for bad credit less than 580 will likely have higher interest than some other types of loans.
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