I grew up in Texas and have spent the majority of my life here. I guess you can say that I'm a definitely a Texan at heart! I started visiting the lake a lot around 2002 and have grown to truly love it. I loved it so much that in 2007, I moved full-time to Canyon Lake where we've lived ever since.
I've bought and sold at least 5 homes which helped me understand the process inside and out. This also prompted me to get my license 5 years ago so that I could make this as easy as possible for the buyers and sellers I work with.
I take great pride in meeting people and helping them make such a big life decision. Building lasting relationships with buyers and sellers is very rewarding. When someone chooses me for the second (or even third time) to work with, that is one of the highest compliments.
Canyon Lake is roughly an hour from San Antonio and from Austin giving you a perfect getaway. I work with buyers and sellers on everything from a lake lot or a small lake cabin up to a multimillion dollar estate. Currently I specialize in representing buyers and sellers in Canyon Lake, Bulverde, Spring Branch, Startzville, Fischer, and Sattler, TX.
Located in Central Texas' Comal County, the beautiful Canyon Lake flows downstream into the famous Guadalupe River.
The lake is positioned in a superior location as it is almost equal distance from large metropolitan cities, Austin and San Antonio.
Canyon Lake, created and managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, was created for flood prevention, water supply, and recreation.
Said to be a hidden treasure, Canyon Lake sits on 8,230 acres, with 80 miles of shoreline, in the famous Texas Hill Country.
The Texas Hill Country is known for its rolling hills, towering oak trees, limestone rock formations, and native animals.
The area surrounding Canyon Lake is home to eight U.S. Corps of Engineer public parks, 23 boat ramps, two marinas, a yacht club, numerous campgrounds and golf courses.
Famous for being a water sports hub, there are a variety of activities available at Canyon Lake including boating, sailing, water skiing, kayaking, fishing, scuba diving, and parasailing.
On and around the lake, special events like the Real Texas Bar-B-Que Cook-off in April or the North Pole Village, Christmas Parade and the Parade of Lights on the Lake in December are popular among locals and visitors alike.
San Antonio, only 45 minutes away, visitors can explore the downtown Riverwalk, Remember the Alamo exhibit, SeaWorld, and the San Antonio Zoo.
Austin, Texas' capital and the Live Music Capital of the World, is just an hour's drive. People from around the world travel to Austin for its incredible music and restaurant scene.
Whether you are looking to purchase a family home or a full-time retirement residence, Canyon Lake is the perfect destination.