“…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…
Minimalism, which has become a real estate agent’s favorite trend recently, is characterized by great simplicity and spareness. The idea is to make each room look more spacious and inviting by drawing attention to only a few detailed components.read more
We’re crazy about our pets, but have you ever asked yourself what your house looks like from your dog or cat’s perspective?If not, it’s time to put yourself in your pet’s paws. If not, it’s time to put yourself in your pet’s paws.According to animal behaviorists and vets, certain features or items in a home can make dogs and cats mighty uncomfortable.read more
Secrets Inside the Pantry: How the Kitchen Became Real Estate’s Most Valuable Room Thanksgiving is almost here, the glorious holiday when many Americans will spend the entire day sweating in the kitchen—and quite possibly several additional days prior to that,...read more
Giving your home good curb appeal is more than just a real estate tactic. The outside of the home in many cases is a reflection of the inside of the home. In the inside of the home, people express their individuality through their décor.read more
When you are opening your doors to the public for showings, you need to take extra precautions. Here are a few suggestions to help keep your belongings safe.read more
FHA loans are government-backed loans that often have a much lower interest rate than a conventional (traditional) loan. Before you right off these loans as impossible options, keep in mind that millions of people are benefiting from theme right now. In fact, FHA has increased its loan amount to upwards of $250,000 in most areas.read more
If you are planning to take that step and move into a new dwelling, or perhaps to a new city or community, here are some moving tips that will help you get through it as easy as possible. Keep in mind that getting organized FIRST and staying organized is the secret to a reduced-stress-move!read more
In today’s real estate market there are deals available for those who are ready to invest.In fact, today a buyer can buy real estate and have a better cash flow than in years past. A few years ago an investor would be happy with buying an investment property that...read more
10 TIPS TO MAKING YOUR HOME MORE ECO-FRIENDLY Did you know it’s possible to cut down your energy bill and reduce your carbon footprint without drastically changing your lifestyle at home? The following are several quick and easy ways to make your home more...read more
Benefits of buying a home at the end of the year. . . In addition to low interest rates, there are other benefits to buying at the end of the year, including: Tax savings. Closing on your new home by Dec. 31, 2017, means you can deduct mortgage interest, property...read more
Whether you like big yards or hip nightclubs, there’s a community type that fits your lifestyle – here is a look at 12 neighborhood types that will help you decide what is right for you whether you are in Chicago, San Francisco, Dallas or Fort Worth.read more
If houses are like spouses, a neighborhood is like the extended family. But while you can have a good marriage and still dread holidays with the in-laws, you’ll never love a house if you don’t like your neighborhood. How can you choose the right community? Become a neighborhood detective. Figure out what you’re looking for, do research and find a neighborhood that fits your description.read more
Every successful home search begins with a wish list. Armed with your inventory of must-haves, you’ll know how to focus your search and recognize a potential home that isn’t worth your time.read more
Attention First-Time Buyers: Here’s the Key Stuff You Don’t Know About Mortgages: When it comes to mortgages, there’s a big gap between what people think they need in order to get one and the reality of what buyers are successfully doing—especially young people.read more
Your housing budget depends on your situation and priorities. Two-income households with strong earnings potential can probably spend a little bit more than one-income households — as your income rises over the years, your housing costs are likely to become a smaller piece of your expenses. (Of course, that is not necessarily the case if you later buy a bigger house.) The same goes for individuals who have saved extra money or people who may earn less, like teachers, but who are unlikely to lose their jobs. Just be sure you stick with a plain-vanilla 30-year fixed mortgage because payments will remain steady.read more