The Lang Group

HomeSmart

13166 W McDowell Rd, Ste B
Goodyear, AZ  85395

PHONE: (602) 476-2044
CELL: (602) 796-9060

The Lang Group is the best realtor in Phoenix Metro area to help you buy or sell a home. The team consists of experienced, accomplished, dedicated Realtors® who are familiar with the vast Real Estate market that makes up the Phoenix Metro area. We have a reputation throughout the valley of building relationships that result in optimum client success. We embrace the “Client First” principle of service to see that your needs are met, whether helping you purchase or sell a home. Our goal is to provide you the service and protection you deserve to ensure your transaction is completed in the most efficient, stress free manner possible.

If you are considering a brand new home, no one in the valley is more familiar with the inventory of new homes. There is no charge to you for this buyer service. We can help you navigate through the nearly 600 active subdivisions, and over 2400 models built by approximately 80 different builders and we'll make sure you get the best value possible. We'll be with you each step of the way, from finding your home, negotiating the terms, selecting options at the design center, securing and navigating financing, inspections and closing. We consider it a privilege and a pleasure to help you achieve your real estate goals.

If you need to sell, we have team members that will help you get top value for your home. We use the latest technology and tools to effectively market your home on over 100 major real estate web sites. Let our experience work for you!

HomeSmart is the largest residential brokerage in Phoenix with over 7500 agents! The Lang Group is a member of the HomeSmart Elite Group, an honor reserved for a limited number of agents who excel in the real estate profession. Our team consistently ranks as one of the Top Teams in the city in new home sales. We look forward to serving you!

I Serve The Entire Valley, But I Specialize In...

Buckeye

Founded in 1888, this western most community of the Valley of the Sun is home to over 50,000 people. For the past 20 years, growth in the greater Phoenix area has been robust in three of our four quadrants of the region. With those areas rapidly nearing build out, the last frontier rests in the southwest valley and the Town of Buckeye.

Being located just 35 miles west of Phoenix makes it convenient for work, sightseeing, and an exciting nightlife, yet far enough away to retain a comfortable small town feeling. Therefore, residents can take advantage of the amenities found in a metropolitan city and throughout its western suburbs, and then return to the quiet comforts of home.

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Goodyear

Goodyear, Arizona is a city with a rich, rewarding quality of life and tremendous community spirit, exemplified by its winning two prestigious national awards in 2008 - the All-America City and City Livability awards. Ours is a city with relaxed sophistication -- where you will feel at home right away.

Scenic mountain views, desert vistas, wide open spaces, golf courses, lakes, parks and palm-lined streets have already attracted over 64,600 residents who are among the most affluent and best educated in the state. Averaging 16 percent growth per year from 2000 to 2006, Goodyear has been one of the fastest growing cities in the country.

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Litchfield Park

The City of Litchfield Park, 16 miles west of downtown Phoenix and located in Maricopa County, is a planned residential community boasting a small town atmosphere and casual lifestyle. It started in 1916 when Goodyear Tire and Rubber bought farm land to grow Egyptian long-staple cotton to use in tire cords. This project was developed by Paul Litchfield, a junior executive with Goodyear, for whom the company town was named in 1926. Litchfield Park was headquarters for Goodyear Farms, which had thousands of acres under cultivation. From 1931 to 1944, it was also the test site for Goodyear tires. In the 1960s, Litchfield Park designed a master-plan for development, including several self-sufficient villages, of which positive aspects are still evident.

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