Lisa Teach: Providing Service, Skill and Sensitivity
Serving home buyers and sellers in north-central Maryland and south-central Pennsylvania for well over a decade, Lisa Teach earns their respect and appreciation for her unsurpassed ability to ascertain their wants, needs and goals. That skill, combined with her aggressive though fair-minded negotiating style, results in win-win outcomes, the admiration of her peers, and the optimum return on her clients’ investments. For Lisa, providing guidance and unparalleled service every step of the way is paramount.
Offering Knowledge Gained Through Hands-on Experience
Lisa has acquired two of her most valuable real estate skills – marketing and construction by working side-by-side with experts, and by literally doing the work. Her marketing mentor, a former supervisor, was a treasure trove of knowledge and talent, and he passed that on to Lisa who eagerly absorbed the know-how. And when she had the opportunity, she purchased lots and personally participated in the construction of several homes on them: hammering nails and working side-by-side with construction professionals when necessary. In addition, she owned two home décor gift shops in Frederick, Maryland. So, one could say Lisa knows homes inside and out. In fact, clients and colleagues often request her expertise on matters ranging from home inspection and repairs, to paint and furniture placement.
Local Roots. Local Involvement.
Born and raised in north-central Maryland – Hagerstown and the Boonsboro/Smithsburg area to be exact – Lisa frequently shares her local market knowledge, real estate expertise, and even a portion of her commissions whenever she can.In 2015, she donated almost $31,000 in commission rebates toward the closing costs of buyers and sellers associated with Homes for Heroes, a program with which she is passionately involved. When she is not serving her real estate clients or attending events to spread the word about Homes for Heroes, Lisa is enjoying antique and vintage shopping and collecting, or spending time with her four grandchildren.