Simplifying Real Estate

Selling your home shouldn't be stressful or inconvenient.
We focus on the hard parts of real estate so you can focus on your life.

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About Lone Wolf Realty

In 2005, we set out to make real estate transactions simpler for buyer and sellers. We knew that the expections of consumer were about to rapidly change because of the internet. That's why we minimized our costs and created the nation's first virtual brokerage with the intent to pass on the saving to our clients

Your Local Experts

With years of experience helping local buyers and sellers like you, we know how to locate properties and negotiate the best deals. It's our job to know about the latest market conditions, government regulations, and upcoming developments.

Our Promise

We promise to provide our clients a world-class experience from start to finish and continuously overdeliver. We promise to provide an exceptional customer experience that will have every client we work with singing our praises. We want to make sure that the next time our clients hear of someone looking for an incredible REALTOR®, that our name is sure to come up. If you’re waving your arms and shouting our name, then we know we’ve lived up to our promise. Client referrals mean the world to us, because they mean that we made an impact on our clients’ lives.

Plans for your needs and priorities

Quick Sale

Minimum Hassle

Market Value
Close Quickly
Concentrated Showings
Less Preparation
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Instant Cash

Increase Certainty

Quick Cash
Flexible Closing
No Showings
No Preparation
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Max Market

Maximize Profit

Maximum Cash
Flexible Closing
Regular Showings
More Preperation
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People are talking

Hear from one of our happy customers:

We recently completed our fifth transaction where Emma of Lone Wolf Realty represented us, sometimes as buyers and sometimes as sellers. In this case, we were selling. First, she is responsive and wise and knowledgable. We were thinking of a price that was 4-5% below what Emma listed the house for and once again she exhibited her knowledge of the pulse of the market and this particular time in the market.