Lake Real Estate Agent

Lake Real Estate Agent

Lake Jacksonville 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 Lake Jacksonville

Cherokee County, Texas

Lake Jacksonville is in Jacksonville, Texas, under 40 miles from Tyler.


The East Texas Regional Airport is under 65 miles away, and UT Health Jacksonville is under 10 miles away.


On and Around the Water

Lake Jacksonville covers 1,325 acres of water, leaving residents and visitors plenty of room to relax and enjoy the area.


When it comes to fishing, anglers can expect to find largemouth bass, spotted bass, crappie, and sunfish.


There are three public access points, the northwest ramp, the Peninsula Point Public Park & Ramp, and Southshore Park. These offer various amenities such as restrooms, parking, docks, picnic areas, and campsites.


There are two public swimming spots with clean sandy loam. One swim area is conveniently situated adjacent to the campsites and offers picnic tables, a pier, and a sand beach. An additional public swimming area (known locally as Kiwanis Park) is located just past the dam and also features a pier and picnic areas.


Explore Jacksonville

Jacksonville offers much more than a beautiful lake! This city has off-the-water outdoor adventures, shopping centers, museums, and delicious dining options.


The Cherokee Trace Drive-Thru Safari features over 25 different exotic species during a self-guided drive through the 300-acre preserve. This is a great opportunity to observe, feed, and photograph the animals!


The Vanishing Texana Museum offers visitors the chance to view antiquities, curiosities, ephemera, and vestiges from the region and beyond.


Jacksonville also has a variety of different cuisines to try. Some highly rated restaurants are RITUAL, Taqueria Torres, Jacksonville Donuts. All of these restaurants have at least a 4.7-star rating on Google reviews.


A Place to Call Home

Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a full-time retirement residence, or a waterfront property, Lake Jacksonville is an excellent choice.