Entering their third year of business, Lowe Real Estate Group (LREG) founders Ken, Tripp, and Andrew Lowe are celebrating success as their business expands throughout the Eastern Panhandle. From their Shepherdstown base at 233 Lowe Drive, the family has diligently worked to meet the real estate needs of their clients and their community since 2016.
Brothers Tripp and Andrew partnered with their father, Ken, to put their collective real estate expertise to use in the area. LREG offers its customers consultations for both residential and commercial properties for sale or lease, land and farm sales, professional developments, and government projects.
Andrew explained that LREG is able to assist clients through real estate transactions and have been able to foster new relationships through a healthy involvement with community endeavors and business partnerships.
“Our business is thriving because of our eagerness to help all of our customers and showcase all of the wonderful surroundings and amenities of Shepherdstown, Charles Town, Harpers Ferry, and Martinsburg—and the rest of the Eastern Panhandle.”
Community involvement is another key to attracting and maintaining residents, added Andrew. “We’re heavily involved in the community as a business partner with Shepherdstown Elementary School, Jefferson County Schools, and Shepherd University, just to name a few. As sixth- and seventh-generation members of the Panhandle, we’re determined to give back to our community.”
Recently, LREG has made donations to the Jefferson County Little League and Shepherdstown Elementary School. “Community is at the heart of our business,” Andrew maintained. “The saying is: ‘You have two hands—one to help yourself and the second to help others.’ Lowe Real Estate Group subscribes to using both hands at all times to help others. To us, working in real estate isn’t just about buying or selling; it’s truly about helping people and families fulfill some very important dreams. As a result, we’ve seen our business grow from repeat clients and referrals year after year.”