Heather Lyon

Heather took an interest in real estate early on in life. Her mom worked as a realtor in Burleson while she was growing up, so Heather had a first-hand look into what it takes to be a great agent! She received a Bachelor of Science degree from Tarleton State University and began working at Alcon in Fort Worth shortly after. She enjoyed her time at Alcon, but after 16 years an opportunity presented itself and she got her real estate license in 2017.

Work & Skills
Working in the medical device field, she gained and honed many useful skills that helped her become a successful agent. She is an active listener, shows great attention to detail, and is compliance and quality minded. She enjoys the challenges and joys of helping her clients achieve their desired results.

Heather lives with her husband, son, and two rescue dogs in Burleson. She and her husband, Josh, grew up in Joshua, and their son, Hudson, has followed in their footsteps, also attending Joshua ISD. They love the community vibe Johnson County offers and feel blessed to live and work locally. Heather spends her downtime with family and friends, serving in her community, and traveling. Avid animal lovers with a passion for animals in need, her family supports local rescue shelters.

Heather felt drawn to LEAGUE because of the high quality of care and marketing provided to her and her clients. “I want to be part of a group of individuals that share my values of community and giving, while also providing an environment for growth.”

Why Heather?
Heather is a trustworthy, helpful, loyal, and dependable friend and REALTOR®. She truly cares about each client and every transaction. Whether, buying, selling, or doing both simultaneously, she will make every effort to make the process as enjoyable and stress free as possible. “I do all I can to help clients get the best deals while creating a win-win transaction for all involved. I know buying and selling a home is a big step in people’s lives and I enjoy being able to help others along their journey.”