Greg Ward


ADDRESS: 13300 Ranch Rd. 12, Wimberley, TX 78676

OFFICE: 512-588-1453


Greg is a full-time real estate professional living in Wimberley, Texas! As a local resident, his focus is exclusively on hill country homes, land and luxury properties. Passionate about the hill country lifestyle himself, Greg brings his expertise in helping clients through his wealth of experience that include land developer, home builder, commercial property and real estate investor.

Excited to be part of the Twelve Rivers Realty expansion into Wimberley and their new hill country office at 13300 Ranch Road 12, Greg believes timing is everything. Today's real estate market is different than it was just a few years ago. As the market continues to change, Greg understands that vision is the key to embracing the change and building a dream. So when Greg met the Twelve Rivers Realty team, he whole-heartedly connected with their vision for bringing a new level of service to Wimberley and the surrounding area. Principals like community, integrity, gratitude and relationships are what Greg believes to be the foundation for the exceptional service he delivers to all his friends and neighbors!

Greg grew up in the midwest and moved to Austin in 1979 to play music and pusue his ambitions of becoming part of the Texas music scene. He soon met his soulmate and the two were married overlooking beautiful Lake Travis a year later. After starting their family, the road led back to Kansas where Greg founded an office equipment company and started his real estate career. Three decades later, Greg and his wife made their way back to the Texas hill country and are extremly glad to now call Wimberley home!

So if you are looking to buy or sell hill country properties in the Wimberley area that includes Fischer, Canyon Lake, Spring Branch, Blanco or Driftwood, contact Greg to make your hill country dream a reality. Greg makes real estate, REAL easy!

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