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TCU Real Estate Experts

Owner and broker Michael Reeder is a TCU graduate and member of the TCU Athletics Hall of Fame. Following a stellar on-field career with the Horned Frog football team, Michael spent the last 20 years working with buyers and sellers near the TCU campus. During this time, he has worked with dozens of TCU parents and alumni to buy and sell over $20 million worth of properties. Click the button below to start your home search today!


Listings & Recent TCU Home Sales

3318 PARK RIDGE

SOLD! $283,250

3405 AUTUMN COURT

SOLD! Summer 2020

3200 BELLAIRE DR W

SOLD! Summer 2020

3244 WABASH AVENUE

SOLD! Fall 2019

3133 ODESSA AVENUE

SOLD! Summer 2020

3718 S HILLS AVENUE

SOLD! Spring 2020

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Excellent Service”

“I have bought and sold several properties in my lifetime and this agent Michael has been the most valuable real estate professional that I have encountered. He does what he says he will do and completes all tasks immediately. His easy going manner speaks volumes about courtesy. He deserves a sixth star!! Highest recommendation.”

Mark W. (TCU Parent)

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Highly Recommended”

“Michael and his team are extremely helpful and knowledgeable regarding the market near TCU. We used Michael to purchase several investment properties over the past 2 years. His experience and research were extremely helpful in giving us guidance in analyzing the cash flow and rate of return for each property.”

Christy A. (TCU Parent)

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Market Knowledge”

“Found Michael to be very knowledgeable of the local area, listened closely to our needs and located potential homes that fit our criteria, showed us a dozen or so properties in a single day, helped negotiate a purchase price that was fair and consistent with market comps, and communicated frequently through the sale and closing process. Overall, a very easy, quick (everything was done in 10 days or so!) and enjoyable process. I’d definitely recommend Michael for working together to purchase of a home.”

Doug B. (TCU Parent)