With over 200 combined years of experience and a wide range of specializations Five Oaks Realty is one of Lorain County’s top real estate companies. Established in 2005, Nancy Hull created Five Oaks Realty with one goal: to service the area she so proudly lives in. Based in Elyria, and only serving clients in the Lorain County area. Our dedication is here and that’s the only place you’ll find us.
We recently opened our third office in Elyria. We consider ourselves one of the fastest growing, independent brokerages in Lorain County. I am very proud that our Realtors are top producers who just got tired of the huge costs of working for the large companies. Those large companies dictate what service companies they should use and slow them down with extra paperwork forms and charges.
New Look, Same Great Service
Five Oaks Realty has recently undergone a re-branding. Why? The real estate market has continued to evolve over the years, and we feel like it is our duty to deliver you, the customer, the best possible experience that we can. A new look and feel breathes new life into our company, and the services that we offer to you. We felt like real estate companies had no emotion to their overall brand, and we challenged our design team to come up with something that was warm and inviting, yet professional and modern.
We don’t pick just any REALTOR® to work for Five Oaks Realty. We want an expert in the real estate business, more importantly an expert in the Lorain County market. We have 200+ years of combined real estate experience, and are ready to help you find your dream.
Serving Lorain County
Have you ever heard of the following expression: “Jack of all trades, master of none”? We feel like the large-market real estate companies fall well into that expression. Our realtors are masters at the Lorain County market, and that is something we are proud to offer.
Broker of the year, REALTOR® of the year, LOCAR Board President, and many more accomplishments make up the team that is Five Oaks Realty. Ask yourself…why not Five Oaks?