Fast, Expert Advice For Buyers and Sellers

We're a small team of tech-savvy real estate professionals representing buyers and sellers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Our Mission

We are here to make your real estate transaction as smooth and buying and selling real estate as easy and stress-free as possible.

How We Do It

In any market, but especially this market, speed is your biggest competitive advantage as a buyer or seller.

We employ modern technology combined with decades of real estate experience to connect with you faster, show homes faster, write offers faster, market your listing faster, and help you make decisions faster and with more confidence than ever before.

Eric Lowery About Us
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Our Story

Hi! I'm Eric. I am the lead agent for our team and I'll be the one guiding you through your transaction once we get started.

I've been a real estate agent since my senior year of college (way back in in 2006) and I still love the thrill of buyers falling in love with their first house and sellers getting an offer higher than they expect.

I believe your transaction should be easy. I see and hear dramatic stories of deals closing at the very last minute because someone saved the day, but I know from experience these situations almost universally could have been prevented in advance.

It's my goal to make sure that you find the house you want or get the sales price you want, and deliver a transaction so smooth that it feels like I wasn't even needed.

We are here to make your real estate transaction as smooth and buying and selling real estate as easy and stress-free as possible.

In any market, but especially this market, speed is your biggest competitive advantage as a buyer or seller.

We employ modern technology combined with decades of real estate experience to connect with you faster, show homes faster, write offers faster, market your listing faster, and help you make decisions faster and with more confidence than ever before.

Portrait of Eric Lowery

Hi! I'm Eric.

Hi! I'm Eric!

I started selling houses my senior year of college and nearly two decades later, I can officially say it's been a wild ride.

Since then I've experienced Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever from a tick bite, found out I have an indeterminable blood clotting disorder, and had my appendix rupture without any pain....

That's how I found out my family uses medical conditions to decide who sits at the adult table at holidays. I was still at the kid table till I was 27.

Anyway, I'm originally born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, but I'm definitely one of those folks that got to Texas as fast as they could.

I lived in Houston for a few years a while back, and yes, I can hear you booing from here. And yes, I'm aware you folks from Dallas don't care for Houston too much. I know.

The first thing I learned about Dallas was that people in Houston feel the same way about you....but they have the Astros so you win.

I was also born with the misfortune of being a Falcons fan. This makes me hate Tom Brady, and I think we can all agree that an intense dislike of Tom Brady is reasonable, right? It has been a cruel fate to root for my home team, but I'm hoping you can forgive me for not being crazy about America's Team. I mean, I will at least admit that it was most certainly a catch!

I would root for Jr at Texas Motor Speedway if he was still racing. Haven't decided on a new driver yet, but I'm leaning toward Ross Chastain. He seems like he'd be fun to hang with.

Anyway, my family is all back in Georgia, so it's just me and my kid here in Mansfield. If you're bored, let's get together for game night. Just don't play Uno with my kid. She's ruthless af. You will have nightmares about drawing cards. Trust me.

In all seriousness, I'm just a regular guy that is happy I didn't die from the whole Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever thing. It was close.

And I happen to love the business of real estate. If you're looking for someone that can sell your house and then enjoy a Bud at the race track on Sunday, I'm your guy.

Or, you know, if you just need the house part taken care of, I can just do that too.

I got my first real estate license in 2006 in Georgia and obtained my Texas real estate license in 2013.

Before I moved to Texas, my friend Keith and I built one of the highest volume residential real estate sales groups in the southeast.

While the average real estate agent sells maybe 6 houses per year, we processed in excess of 30 transactions a month for years. Keith has gone on to retire from active real estate and moved his family to the beach, and I'm now here in Texas. And I'm still working on that whole retirement thing.

The most important lessons I learned from this business so far is that there is always something new that can be learned and when you think you've seen it all, you walk into a listing that has a hot tub in the living room with a surrounded by a bar and bar stools all around it and the dining table can be found on the back deck where the hot tub should be (true story).

The most important lesson I learned for my clients is that there are patterns to how people buy and sell houses. These patterns now guide how I make recommendations to you for how to manage your transactions. This expertise has been hard won and I know that it gives my clients a unique advantage in the market.

My hope is that I get the opportunity to share all the tips and tricks I've learned to give you a transaction that is that much smoother

Today I take all of those lessons learned and offer my experience

I got my first real estate license in 2006 in Georgia and obtained my Texas real estate license in 2013.

Before I moved to Texas, my friend Keith and I built one of the highest volume residential real estate sales groups in the southeast.

While the average real estate agent sells maybe 6 houses per year, we processed in excess of 30 transactions a month for years. Keith has gone on to retire from active real estate and moved his family to the beach, and I'm now here in Texas. And I'm still working on that whole retirement thing.

The most important lessons I learned from this business so far is that there is always something new that can be learned and when you think you've seen it all, you walk into a listing that has a hot tub in the living room with a surrounded by a bar and bar stools all around it and the dining table can be found on the back deck where the hot tub should be (true story).

The most important lesson I learned for my clients is that there are patterns to how people buy and sell houses. These patterns now guide how I make recommendations to you for how to manage your transactions. This expertise has been hard won and I know that it gives my clients a unique advantage in the market.

My hope is that I get the opportunity to share all the tips and tricks I've learned to give you a transaction that is that much smoother

Today I take all of those lessons learned and offer my experience

One of the reason's I've long been associated with Keller Williams Realty is my shared values with the belief system presented by Gary Keller and his team. I have found that my own beliefs very much mirror the KW belief system.

Below are the core beliefs I share with Keller Williams, modified to be presented from my perspective:

Win-Win: My goals are to engage in real estate, not for the benefit of only one person, but for everyone involved in the transaction. True success does not occur at the expense of others. I can serve my fiduciary duties to you without harming others. I work for win-win situations or no deal.

Integrity: As a real estate agent, I'm in the business of helping people buy and sell real property. The only way to do this is to do it the right way, each time and every time, without compromise.

Commitment: If I am going to do it, then I need to make sure that I follow through. I'm interested in building lifelong relationships, not short term interactions.

Communication: The world is larger than one person’s view. Understanding where people are coming from and going to will lead to success in all areas of our lives.

Creativity: Why should I follow old, outdated business models when there are new, innovative, and proven ones that work? There is always a way to “improve” a system. I am not afraid to jump in and take the reigns to try a new or original idea.

Customers: This is not a “property” or “money” business. Real estate is definitely a people business.

Trust: There is not enough room in this world for lies. Honesty will weather any storm. This is a fundamental philosophy that I carry in each and every part of my life. I live such that I know others can trust me, whether they know it yet or not.

Teamwork: When you work with me, you do not have to go at it alone. There are many people I know and work with that can help you during your real estate journey. When you hire Eric Lowery the real estate team, you're hiring his entire network of connections to help you.

Success: It’s the people in my life and in my business that make me successful. To be great, I must surround myself with greatness, which is why I choose to work with Keller Williams Realty and why I chose my clients, team members, and business associates carefully.