"My mission is to be the most professional real estate agent I can be."Lisa Stevens - BrookHampton Realty
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
Lisa is well versed in customer service, as she started early on in her career in the banking industry with Union Savings and North Fork Bank. Lisa has taken what she learned from banking and employs those techniques with her keen ability to understand her clients’ needs and find them a suitable property. Whether you’re a first time home buyer or a seasoned investor, Lisa has the knowledge and expertise to find you the best value.
Lisa uses her knowledge of the Real Estate market combined with her ability to stay ahead of the marketing curve to find new ways to promote her clients’ properties. In doing so, she has completed hundreds of real estate transactions over the past decade which Lisa attributes to her ongoing focus and by providing her clients with exemplary service. She strives to make each client feel as if they are her only client. Lisa goes above and beyond for each and every client by putting their needs in front of her own. “It’s not just the right way to do business,” she says, “but the only way!” Lisa continually strives to make her clients friends for life!
Lisa spends much of her free time with her family and friends. She is an avid cook and enjoys creating dishes from all around the world. She feels the East End of Long Island has so much to offer, not only in the summer but also the winter as she visits many of the vineyards throughout the year.
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