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Responsibility, Integrity, and Commitment are my three core values that drive the love and passion for the real estate industry when working with my clients.

My commitment is to help you achieve your real estate goals quickly while providing you with an enjoyable experience.

Welcome! My name is Oleg Sedletsky. I am a full-time licensed Texas REALTOR®, GRI (Graduate Realtor Institute) brokered by JPAR® – Real Estate Brokerage.

As a REALTOR®, I represent sellers and buyers of real estate properties in Collin County, Texas, and the DFW area. In addition, I specialize in RELOCATION.

Are you relocating? As your Dallas-Fort Worth Real Estate Expert REALTOR®, I would be proud to serve you as your relocation specialist.

For the best Real Estate Transaction outcome, it is critical to have representation.

When You Are My Client, My role is to REPRESENT YOUR BEST INTERESTS in a Real Estate Transaction!

My Service area includes: Frisco, TX – McKinney, TX – Plano, TX – Melissa, TX – Anna, TX – Blue Ridge, TX – Princeton, TX – The Colony, TX – Prosper, TX – Celina, TX – Lucas, TX – Fairview, TX – Rockwall, TX – Richardson, TX – Allen, TX – Dallas, TX – Flower Mound, TX – Van Alstyne, TX – Aubrey, TX and other cities in the DFW area.

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Facts about Collin County, TX

Quick Facts about Collin County, TX

Collin County is located in the state of Texas.
It is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metropolitan statistical area, and a small portion of the city of Dallas is in the county. At the 2020 United States census, the county’s population is 1,064,465, making it the sixth-most populous county in Texas and the 43rd-largest county by population in the United States.

Major highways

U.S. Highway 75
U.S. Highway 380
Dallas North Tollway
State Highway 190 / President George Bush Turnpike
State Highway 5
State Highway 78
State Highway 289
State Highway 121 / Sam Rayburn Tollway
State Highway 66
State Highway 205

(Source: Collin County, Texas – Wikipedia)

Collin County, TX Highlights

    • As of 2020, the estimated population was 1,064,465
    • Total Area 886 sq mi
    • Lavon Lake located in Collin County

Collin County, TX Websites

Collin County, TX  Website:  https://www.collincountytx.gov/

Collin County, TX Collin College Website:  https://www.collin.edu/

Collin Central Appraisal District:  https://www.collincad.org/

Collin County, TX Zip Codes and Map

Collin County, Texas Zip Codes

Zip Code City
75002 Allen
75009 Celina
75013 Allen
75023 Plano
75024 Plano
75025 Plano
75026 Plano
75034 Frisco
75034 The Colony
75035 Frisco
75069 Fairview
75069 McKinney
75070 McKinney
75071 McKinney
75074 Plano
75075 Plano
75078 Prosper
75086 Plano
75093 Plano
75094 Murphy
75094 Plano
75097 Weston
75098 St. Paul
75098 Wylie
75121 Copeville
75164 Josephine
75166 Lavon
75173 Nevada
75252 Dallas
75287 Dallas
75407 Princeton
75409 Anna
75424 Blue Ridge
75442 Farmersville
75454 Melissa
75485 Westminster

Collin County, TX Homes For Sale

Collin County, TX property taxes

Texas Property Tax Exemptions – Property Tax Assistance

Texas offers “Homestead Exemption” to home owners. The Homestead Exemption provides an exemption from property taxes on a home. Homestead exemptions remove part of your home’s value from taxation, so they lower your taxes. For example, your home is appraised at $100,000, and you qualify for a $25,000 exemption (this is the amount mandated for school districts), you will pay school taxes on the home as if it was worth only $75,000. Taxing units have the option to offer a separate exemption of up to 20 percent of the total value.

A homestead can include up to 20 acres, if the land is owned by the homeowner and used for a purpose related to the residential use of the homestead. You can own multiple properties in Texas but only your primary home will be designated as homestead.

You may apply for homestead exemptions on your principal residence only.

MORE from Texas Comptroller website: https://comptroller.texas.gov/taxes/property-tax/exemptions/residence-faq.php


As your Texas Relocation Specialist and Dallas-Fort Worth Real Estate Expert REALTOR® I will help you to apply for your Homestead Exemption

Are Your Relocating to Collin County, TX? Let’s talk! I would LOVE to be your agent!

Call or text me 214.940.8149

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Collin County, TX School Ratings

When it comes to the overall school ratings in Collin County, TX, it can be subjective depending on what you are looking for specifically. Therefore, when you plan to relocate to Collin County, TX, I advise doing your homework and conducting thorough research on the schools.
Please consider the following resources:


GreatSchools is the leading national nonprofit empowering parents to unlock educational opportunities for their child.

GreatSchools’ trusted ratings and school information help parents find the right school for their family and improve schools in their communities. The thousands of articles, tips and interactive tools help parents support their child’s learning and well being every day.

Families, community leaders and policy-makers turn to GreatSchools for the school information they need to guide children to great futures.

Website:  https://www.greatschools.org/texas/


Niche is the market leader in connecting colleges and schools with students and families. With in-depth profiles on every school and college in America, over 140 million reviews and ratings, and powerful search and data tools, Niche helps millions of students and families find and enroll in the right school for them. For schools, school districts, and communities, Niche’s platform, data, and services help thousands of schools recruit and enroll more best-fit students.

Website:  https://www.niche.com/k12/search/best-schools/c/collin-county-tx/

The following school districts located entirely within Collin County:

Allen Independent School District
Anna Independent School District
Farmersville Independent School District
Lovejoy Independent School District
McKinney Independent School District
Melissa Independent School District
Plano Independent School District
Princeton Independent School District
Wylie Independent School District

The following districts lie partly within the county:

Bland Independent School District (very small part only)
Blue Ridge Independent School District
Celina Independent School District
Community Independent School District
Frisco Independent School District
Leonard Independent School District (very small part only)
Prosper Independent School District
Royse City Independent School District
Trenton Independent School District (very small part only)
Van Alstyne Independent School District (very small part only)
Whitewright Independent School District (very small part only)

Colleges and universities

Collin College has campuses in McKinney, Plano, Frisco, Allen, Rockwall, Celina, Farmersville.
Dallas Baptist University also has an extension site in Frisco, DBU Frisco.
The majority of the University of Texas at Dallas campus in Richardson, Texas lies within Collin County

Collin County, TX Cities and towns


Blue Ridge
Lowry Crossing


Hebron (mostly in Denton County)
New Hope
St. Paul

Collin County, TX Real Estate Market

The Real Estate Market in Collin County, Texas is very fluid; please contact me for the latest up-to-date information about Collin County, TX, Real Estate Market.

Get access to Collin County, TX real estate listings, including the MLS, new homes, and foreclosures in Collin County, TX. My real estate services feature all Collin County, TX, and other Dallas-Fort Worth area cities and suburbs.

When you are my client, I will provide you with information about Collin County, TX commercial properties, and other realty services for anyone looking to sell a home in Collin County, TX, buy a home in Collin County, TX, or rent a home in Collin County, TX.

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Are you relocating to Collin County, TX? Let’s connect! I would LOVE to be your agent!

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Collin County, TX Attractions

Parkhill Prairie

A 436-acre preserve located in northeast Collin County. The park features a 52-acre relic of the Blackland tall-grass prairie and provides magnificent views of the countryside, much like those viewed by early settlers more than 100 years ago. Covered pavilions with cook pits and restroom facilities are available.

Wildflowers on the prairie include Prairie Parsley, Wild Petunia, Indian Paintbrush, Winecup, Prairie Clover, Meadow Pinks, Purple Coneflower, Mexican Hat, Gay Feather, Azure Sage, Golden Rod and Asters.

Parkhill Prairie is open for day use only from sunrise to sundown.

Address: Co Rd 668, Blue Ridge, TX 75424

Website: https://www.collincountytx.gov/parks/Pages/parkhill_prairie.aspx

Collin County, TX statistics

The information is the key to making an informed decision!

Below is the ORIGINAL GOVERNMENT statistics from the The U.S. Census Bureau.

Here is the direct link:  https://data.census.gov/cedsci/profile?g=0500000US48085

Collin County, TX local information