Lisa Owen was a successful private investor in both Residential and Commercial Real Estate for several years before becoming a REALTOR® in Orlando, Florida.
After a long career in healthcare, Lisa decided to bring her experience as an investor, passion for helping others, and her love of Central Florida properties together to help others achieve their Real Estate goals.
"I love helping families find a place called home, and helping sellers move on to their next season of life," says Owen.
An Osceola County local since the 1970's, Lisa's customers earn a great advantage when working with her as she shares her first-hand knowledge of life and the unique communities found throughout Central Florida.
She provides local insights into which home, neighborhood, and local lifestyle would be best for each of her customer's unique needs as they search for their perfect home, and prides herself on her commitment to the highest level of customer service.
For her clients looking to sell their home, Lisa provides innovative marketing techniques along with local market knowledge to competitively price their home and showcase it to the most qualified potential buyers to sell it as quickly as possible for top dollar.
On her decision to join ERA Grizzard Real Estate in Orlando, Florida, Lisa said:
"After researching many brokerages, I am really impressed with ERA Grizzard's model and how they focus on their agents."
In her free time, you can find Lisa riding her horses and making memories with her children and grandchildren. She also loves attending her church located in Celebration and helping families in need.
934 N Magnolia Ave Ste 301 , Orlando - FL 32803
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