Buying a home

Little Elm

If you’re looking for a place to live, Little Elm will be the best fit for you! With over 66 miles of its town limits on the shoreline of Lewisville Lake, Little Elm has a beautiful scenic setting and community that’s the right fit for just about everyone. Boasting a small-town charm and lakeside character, Little Elm appeals to both newcomers and long-time residents alike for a variety of reasons. With a strong emphasis on safety and urban planning, Little Elm has become a well-renowned city for both its quality of living and close proximity to the bustling DFW metroplex. When you buy a home in Little Elm, you will sure to enjoy all the comforts of this quiet lakeside community.


With a population of just under 43,000, Little Elm is a relatively small city that has seen growth in recent years, but has not lost any of its small town charm! With lots of commercial enterprises and neighborhoods to choose from, Little Elm really encapsulates small town America without losing any of the convenience of the big city. Located on the border of Frisco and Lake Lewisville, Little Elm is quite centrally located within the Dallas metroplex. With five different parks to choose from in addition to lakeside fun on Lake Lewisville, Little Elm is a distinct and desirable lakeside destination for anyone who wants to enjoy a safe and welcoming community. When you buy a home in Little Elm, you will find a unique lakeside community that encourages diverse housing and business opportunities.



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When you buy a home in Little Elm, you will be sparing no expense at providing a quality education for your children. Covering a large area and high number of cities and developments, the Denton Independent School District’s unique small town community environment separates it from the growing, larger suburban school districts within the DFW metroplex; it is able to offer all the programs of larger school districts while maintaining a small and comfortable community climate. With a high graduation rate of 94% and a low student teacher ratio of 14 to 1, the Denton Independent School District offers a variety of choices for people interested in anything — from culinary school to cosmetology to engineering and more. Regardless of what your child is looking for in a future career, the Denton Independent School District will always support your child, no matter how obscure their choice might seem!


If you’re not looking to spend all your time on Lake Lewisville, don’t worry! Little Elm is close to a variety of shopping centers and boutiques at many different price points — so you’re sure to find just what you need! Just a short drive away from both The Shops at Legacy and The Shops at Starwood, you’re sure to find your next gift or outfit at these upscale, name-brand shopping malls. If you’re looking for something a little more laid-back and local, be sure to check out Distinctively Hers or Mud Pie! When you need to shop for grocery essentials, you can just head on over to either Kroger or Aldi for all your needs. Whatever you’re looking to shop for, Little Elm is sure to have it all within (metaphorical) arm’s reach.


If you’re looking for something good to eat, then head on over to Little Elm for the finest eateries and establishments! Boasting a delightful variety of locally owned restaurants, Little Elm has everything from New-York style pizza from Bruno’s to Pan-Asian comfort foods at Yum Asian Bistro. Whatever your stomach is craving, Little Elm has your back!

Here’s what you can eat when you buy a home in Little Elm:

  • Enjoy classic baked ziti or veal dishes at Roma’s Pizza and Pasta
  • Head on down to Water’s Edge Cafe for New Orleans treats
  • Relax on the lakeside at Tower’s Tap House and feast on American comfort food


Little Elm offers many local events as well as a variety of community parks to enjoy. Whether it be strolling through the miles of trails in Little Elm Park to enjoying a day off at Lewisville Lake to sampling handcrafted beer at Little Elm Crafthouse, Little Elm is home to a variety of activities for any age group or activity level.


  • 26 miles / 34 minutes from DFW Airport
  • 36 miles / 41 minutes from downtown Dallas
  • 32 miles / 35 minutes from Las Colinas Business Center
  • 15 miles / 20 minutes from Legacy Business Center
  • 27 miles / 30 minutes from North Dallas Business Center
“Everyone knows everyone, and this town is just one big family. Everyone that lives here seems to be proud of the fact that they are from [Little Elm] and that really sticks out to me.”

– current resident

Buying a Home

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Hire a Little Elm Exclusive Buyer's Agent for all your home buying needs!

The country’s only flat-fee Exclusive Buyer’s Agency headquartered in Coppell, HelpUBuy America is dedicated to helping all potential homeowners find the home of their dreams, without any of the stress! Our highly skilled Little Elm exclusive buyer’s agents have been protecting the rights of home buyers at no cost since 1995 and are truly committed to helping home buyers find and buy the home of their choice at the lowest possible price, with the best terms. We serve:

  • First-time home buyers
  • Move-up or downsizing home buyers
  • Home buyers relocating to North Texas or Houston
  • Buyers who want to build or purchase a new home
  • Credit challenged buyers who may benefit from our lease-option program

We hold your hand through all the complicated steps of the homebuying process from house hunting to financing to closing and beyond. We’ll help you select a quality home with good resale potential. We’ll help you choose a lender and ensure they don’t pay too much. We’ll help you interpret inspection reports and negotiate repairs, and we’ll be there with you at closing and possession to make sure all the terms of the contract are satisfied.

Don’t be fooled by real estate agents who claim to be Little Elm buyer’s agents but work for dual agency brokers like Keller or Re/Max. Only an Exclusive Buyer’s Agent works for buyers 100% of the time so there is NO conflict of interest to jeopardize your negotiating position.

In a real estate transaction, the buyer assumes all of the risk. The seller walks away from the property, usually with some money in their pocket. It’s the buyer that pays for inspections, appraisals, and mortgage fees, and ends up with the house and a mortgage. It absolutely matters who represents you! See what HelpUBuy America can do for you!

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