Your Partners in the Home Buying & Selling Process
When it comes to home buying or selling a home, the quality of your real estate agent can make or break your experience. For over 40 years, Town Square Realty has been a trusted name for real estate services in Lancaster, TX, and surrounding communities in southern Dallas County and northern Ellis County. Our work is about more than helping clients find a home — we are committed to bettering our communities by helping families and businesses thrive.
Why Choose Town Square Realty?
If you are buying a home, Town Square Realty can help you:
Choose the Right Neighborhood
We’ve all heard the phrase “Location, location, location!” — because it matters. Whether you’re looking for a home in the middle of all the action or are looking to live a quieter life outside of the suburbs, we will help you find the right neighborhood. There are many conditions to consider when choosing the right neighborhood. This includes current and projected property values; quality of schools; traffic patterns; crime rates; future developments; and proximity to hospitals, cultural centers, airports, and more.
Find Homes Within Your Price Range
We all have a wish list for our perfect home, and it is our job to help you tick off those boxes without breaking the bank. Our agents will help you approach the home buying process with confidence and intelligence so you know exactly what you and your family are able to afford and find a home that can grow and change with you.
Find the Right Home Inspector
Throughout the years, we have worked with numerous building inspectors and can provide you with a reference to one of our trusted colleagues. A home inspection provides you with an unbiased, in-depth examination of a home and everything it is composed of (heating and air-conditioning systems, plumbing and wiring, roof, attic, walls, ceilings, floors, windows, doors, foundation and basement).
During an inspection, a home inspector takes an objective look at everything within a home from top to bottom. This process is crucial for older homes, as it can alert the buyer to any needed repairs or previous neglect. Receiving a home inspection can help you better protect your investment.
Make an Enticing Offer
Falling in love with a home is easy, but making an offer can be a challenge. By working with an experienced real estate team, you ensure your offer accurately reflects the terms and conditions that are right for you and your budget. Our agents will guide you through the process and keep you informed through every phase of the contract process. Our goal is to help you buy the home you’re dreaming of, so we will do everything we can to help you reach the final sales steps.
If you are selling a home, Town Square Realty can help you:
Find the Right Buyers
Our agency and founder have served Lancaster residents since 1978. Ellen is experienced in every aspect of the sales process. From strategically marketing and showcasing each home to making sure everything is signed, sealed, and delivered by the closing date, we have got you covered throughout the entire process.
To ensure your house receives maximum exposure, we post every home on the MetroTex MLS, which sends your listing to over 50 websites. In addition, we have a marketing program through Realtor.com for 75146 and 75134 zip codes, which covers our primary location of Lancaster.
Prepare Your Home for Sale
Whatever your reasons for selling, it’s important to make your home appealing to potential buyers. The key to successfully staging your home is creating a space where buyers can envision themselves living. For many sellers, this means making simple, inexpensive touch-ups and improvements to their home. A fresh coat of paint in the living room, new knobs on cabinets in the kitchen, and cleaning up clutter throughout the house can do wonders for winning over buyers.
Set a List Price
As your selling agent, it is our goal to help you receive the maximum profit from your sale, but we also want to make your listing enticing to potential buyers. Just because you know how much your home is worth doesn’t mean that should be its listing price. A variety of factors helps us determine the initial listing price for a property. This includes market conditions, comparable sales, offering incentives, and more.