“…Working with Norma and her time took all the pressure off of me in keeping up with the demands of selling my home. She was available throughout the process to handle every detail and get us to closing table without any problems!”Rachel Simmons, Frisco
We understand that buying or selling a home is more than just a transaction: it’s a life-changing experience. That’s why Norma Langston Real Estate is dedicated to providing exceptional, personalized service for all of our clients. We take great pride in the relationships we build and always work relentlessly on the client’s behalf to help them achieve their real estate goals.
Today’s buyers and sellers need a trusted resource that can guide them through the complex world of real estate. With our extensive knowledge and commitment to providing only the best and most timely information to our clients, we are your go-to source for real estate industry insight and advice.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT:
Our philosophy is simple: clients come first. We will get the job done! We pledge to be in constant communication with our clients, keeping them fully informed throughout the entire buying or selling process. We believe that if you’re not left with an amazing experience, we haven’t done our job. We don’t measure success through achievements or awards, but through the satisfaction of our clients.
Norma is excellent! She knows the area well, and really advocated for the things that were important to us in the negotiation process. She also is great with listening to the needs of her clients.~ D Soper
Norma has a great understanding of the local market and is always upfront and honest about the negotiations. This is the second time we have used Norma and we have complete faith in her. I highly recommend her. She is a true professional.~ S Lanier
Norma is an experienced agent who knows the area and home values very well. Not only is she a master of her profession, she is also very easy to work with. Communication is straight forward…results delivered. I loved working with Norma!~ L Dvareckas
From the Blog…
According to CoreLogic, from 2006 to 2014 “there were 7.3 million housing foreclosures and 1.9 million short sales.” The hesitation some Americans feel after experiencing a foreclosure brings to mind the old saying: “Fool me once- shame on you. Fool me twice- shame on...read more
When buying a home today, why is there so much paperwork mandated by the lenders for a mortgage loan application? It seems like they need to know everything about you. Furthermore, it requires three separate sources to validate each and every entry on the application...read more
A lot is happening in the world, and it’s having a direct impact on the housing market. The reality is this: some of it is positive and some of it may be negative. Some we just don’t know yet. The following three areas of the housing market are critical to understand:...read more
In today’s housing market, home prices are increasing at a slower pace (3.7%) than they have over the last eight years (6-7%). However, they are still are above historical norms. Low supply of listed homes and high demand from buyers has pushed prices to rise rapidly....read more
The spring housing market is off to the races! The inventory of homes for sale is increasing, buyers are out in force, and interest rates have remained low, piquing the interest of buyers and sellers previously on the fence about making a move.read more
In today’s society, technology has become a crucial part of our everyday life. So big, that we tend to involve it in everything we do; home buying is no exception. Just like in any other industry, customer experience has become a key aspect and companies all over the...read more
Congratulations! You’ve found a home to buy and have applied for a mortgage! You are undoubtedly excited about the opportunity to decorate your new home! But before you make any big purchases, move any money around, or make any big-time life changes, consult your loan officer. They will be able to tell you how your decision will impact your home loan.read more
Just like our clocks this weekend, in the majority of the country, the housing market will soon “spring forward!” Similar to tension in a spring, the lack of inventory available for sale has been holding back the market. Many potential sellers believe that waiting...read more
It’s the billion-dollar real estate question: What are the must-have home features that home buyers simply have to have in 2019?read more
This is the perfect time to start planning your garden for 2019. It’s too early in a year to actually do any yard work, but if you make a plan and prepare for it right now, there will be much fewer stressful and time pressing tasks in the spring.read more
The largest obstacle renters face when planning to buy a home is saving for a down payment. This challenge is amplified by rising rents, which has eaten into the amount of money renters have leftover for savings each month after paying expenses. In combination with...read more
Headlines spotlight the fact that buying a home is less affordable today than it was at any other time in more than a decade. Those headlines are accurate. Understandably, buying a home is more expensive now than immediately following one of the worst housing crashes...read more
Last year we saw headlines about a possible housing market bubble, and many wondered if Americans still felt confident about the value of their homes.read more
You probably already have a pre-qualification letter saying that you can probably buy a house in a particular price range, so why isn’t this enough? A lot of homebuyers find this part of the process confusing, and frankly, it can be.read more
If you’ve ever watched “The Price is Right,” you know that the only way to win is to be the one to correctly guess the price of the item you want without going over! That means your guess must be just slightly under the retail price.read more