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6985 Wallace Road , Orlando - FL 32819

About Lisa Owen, PLLC

Lisa Owen, PLLC, MRP, CIPS has a knack for marketing, a devotion of serving others, an outstanding work ethic and a longtime passion for our Military, Veterans, Healthcare and 1st Responders.  She views them as the hallmarks of her career.  She comes from a long generation of proud men serving in the military.  She has dedicated 28+ years in the healthcare industry and recognizes their dedication to healing and rescuing people.  As early as her first days in the real estate business, Lisa was a private investor in commercial and residential properties. Later, she became a Realtor® and used her experience as a listing specialist and buyers' agent and has applied groundbreaking techniques to real estate marketing and business development.  After leaving her previous career in the healthcare industry as a Practice Administrator of several specialty practices and worked in the marketing and administration departments in the top hospital systems.  She wanted to work exclusively as a Realtor.  "I pour myself into my career by serving others and doing much research, so I can stand out from my competitors," says Lisa, who currently holds many certifications in MRP-Military Relocation Professional, CIPS- Certified International Property Specialist, ERA Distinctive (Luxury) Properties, New Home Co-Broker, Relocation Referral Program, Express Sell and Seller Security Plan.  Lisa stays on the cutting edge of the ever changing socialization based marketing, optimizing a digital marketing platform to get maximum exposure with SEO techniques, enhanced online placements, target marketing and technology curve.  She spends a lot of time researching the most innovative technologies on the market. She networks and participates in groups to stay in tuned with the international market for buyers and sellers.  She knows it is important to hire the most experienced and trained agent to represent her clients.  She has her certification as a Certified International Property Specialist to work with buyers and sellers all around the world. By doing this, it gives her sellers more exposure to buyers in other countries.  She is always networking with different companies, organizations and networks to give her clients the most exposure of their homes. It is important to Lisa to give back to the men and women who have given sacrificially to their community, county, state and country, so she offers a cash-back program at closing to help her clients keep more money in their pockets. She is known as the Military, Healthcare & 1st Responders' Realtor®! Serving Central Florida and World International.

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