Lake Real Estate Agent

Lake Real Estate Agent

Lake Texoma Real Estate Agent

Jason Hightower

Lake Homes Realty

(580) 238-1311

Before transitioning to real estate full time, Jason taught at a local high school for 10 wonderful years. However, a full-time commitment to lake real estate doesn't mean he abandoned his kids.


As an active member of his community, he still volunteers his time as a defensive coordinator for the high school football team. He also serves as a board member for the Marshall County Chamber of Commerce because, in his words, "This is my home, and what happens here matters to me."


A lifetime spent living on the lake has made Jason not only an expert in the region, but a master of the lake lifestyle. He felt that with such a strong background in lake living, he could offer special knowledge of the area that others simply could not.


Lake Homes Realty makes it a habit to employ only those agents who live, work and play in their local markets. So if you find yourself in the market for a family home, second home or if it's just time to retire to a place with a view, give him a call!


Shoppers can rest assured that he'll make the buying or selling process as convenient and effortless as possible.


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About Lake Texoma

Short trip from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and Oklahoma City

Located on the Texas and Oklahoma border about an hour from Dallas-Fort Worth, Texoma (or Texomaland to locals) is situated on the Red River.


Created in the 1940s by the Army Corps of Engineers for flood control and hydro-electric power, Lake Texoma, the nation's 12th largest lake, covers 89,000 acres and roughly 580 miles of shoreline. Due to the close proximity to Dallas-Fort Worth, it draws more than 6 million visitors a year and is known as "the Playground of the Southwest".


Power boating, sailing, personal watercraft, water skiing and wind surfing

Lake Texoma is known for its amazing recreational opportunities for home owners and the general public. There are more than two dozen marinas and plenty of public boat ramps on both the Oklahoma and Texas sides of the lake. Power boating, sailing, camping, water skiing, wind surfing, golfing, and visiting either of the wildlife refuges or state parks are also popular.


While it is known as the "Striper Capital of The World" for its ideal Striped Bass fishing, more than 70 species, including largemouth, white and spotted bass, black and white crappie, and channel, blue, and flathead catfish make for a great lake to fish.


Resorts, Regattas, and Fobb Bottom

Fobb Bottom, located on the Oklahoma side of the lake, draws a large crowd of college students during spring break and the Fourth of July holiday.


Lake Texoma hosts the Lakefest Regatta, a charity regatta that attracts up to 100 keelboats and more than 500 sailors each spring, and has raised more than $2 million dollars since it began.


Lake Texoma is home to 26 resorts, many restaurants and cafes, 56 parks, and a golf course community.


Providing Something for Everyone

Whether you wish to enjoy skiing or boating, the best striped bass fishing around, or visiting a nature preserve, Lake Texoma has something for everyone.