Lake Real Estate Agent
PERSONAL SERVICE

Lake Real Estate Agent
PERSONAL SERVICE

Cedar Creek Lake Real Estate Agent

Tommy Clark

Lake Homes Realty

(214) 692-2852

Born and raised in Romulus, Michigan, Tommy Clark spent his early winters ice fishing on the small lakes of Michigan. In the summer Tommy and his father would fish for salmon on Lake Michigan. When he moved to Texas at 21, he brought his love of the lake life with him.

 

Before becoming an agent, Tommy spent several years as a financial mortgage broker, employing over 30 loan officers. He combined his market expertise and passion for helping others find their dream homes when he became an agent in the early 2000s. Since then, Tommy has been awarded several awards for his work in real estate, including Pinnacle awards for both volume and customer service.

 

While some agents would identify as sales people, Tommy adamantly believes he works in customer service. He feels there is no better satisfaction that making the American dream of home ownership come true. It is his personal goal to help you find exactly what you are looking for.

 

When he's not helping a family buy or sell their lake home, Tommy is enjoying his. He and his family live on Cedar Creek Lake. He's on the lake daily and knows every nook and cranny. He'll even show you houses by boat!

 

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About Cedar Creek Lake

About Cedar Creek

Cedar Creek Reservoir is located 70 miles southeast of Dallas, Texas, and supplies water for Fort Worth and other local cities.

 

The reservoir was completed in 1965 by damming the Trinity River. It features 220 miles of shoreline and covers 32,800 acres.

 

Popular recreational activities on the lake include boating, skiing, swimming, and fishing, with the most common sportfish being catfish, white, hybrid striped, and largemouth bass, and crappie.

Natural Wildlife

There are three islands totaling 160 acres on the lake which are maintained by the Texas Parks and Wildlife department and serve as conservation areas for aquatic birds.

Local Entertainment and Activities

There are several restaurants located on the shores of Cedar Creek, as well as many nearby towns featuring lodging and shopping.

 

The reservoir boasts an annual air show celebrating the 4th of July, Thunder Over Cedar Creek Lake. This event is held once a year on 4th of July weekend and is presented by the Cedar Creek Veterans Foundation.

Great Year Round or as a Weekender

Cedar Creek is a wonderful place to call home, or the perfect getaway weekend for those living in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area!