Dreaming about a big house with a beautiful backyard? Or maybe a modern home on a canal or the ocean? Whatever your dream is, we focus on the big picture to help you find the perfect place you’ve always desired.
"Do first things first and we will get there," is Lisa's deliberate approach to ensuring her clients' satisfaction. Lisa will patiently guide and educate you through the purchase or sale process, explaining every step of the way so you can make informed decisions. She is not in a rush to close a deal; more importantly, she wants to find you a home you can love for as long as you're there and feel good about the value you've received.
A licensed real estate salesperson in Maryland since 2010, Lisa works in all facets of the business including Listing homes, first-time homebuyers, seniors, downsizing, investments and relocation. Her reputation is built on personal attention to detail, listening to her client's needs and wishes, then following through to make them feel comfortable and confident. Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, Lisa came into real estate from a tech-savvy background, with expertise in data entry, and keen organization/administrative skills. She has strong interpersonal skills and a warm helpful personality that helps make what can be a stressful time in life so much more enjoyable.
Lisa is very active in her field as a State Liaison of the Women's Council of Realtors (holding a PMN designation),Coastal Board of Realtors, Maryland Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors. Helping others achieve their goal of home ownership is her best reward of all.
During all these years, she's learned how to navigate through the complex processes associated with buying and selling real estate and would love to make You her next client!
Don’t worry about your finances, choose the professionals who’ll take care of them. Here’s what you should now at the very beginning.
- Andrew Carnegie
- Douglas Adams
When choosing a new place to live, don’t forget to take into consideration not only the housing but also the surroundings.
Thinking about a bigger picture is rather an exception than a rule in case of the first-time encounter with real estate.
It’s quite possible that your lifestyle means you should think beyond the typical single-family home when the time comes to buy your first place.
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