Who I am

Hometown Mom & Realtor

I am a hometown mom and realtor who enjoys cooking, decorating, organizing, photography, walking, and most of all, spending time with my family and friends.

“Real estate is about the exchange of ideas, dreams and knowledge - it’s a dance.  The realtor is the teacher, the client is leading, and when both are in step…the results are beautiful.” -Lisa

Each real estate transaction is truly unique.  Lisa is a strong advocate for her clients through every step of the process, from contracts to closings. Lisa is committed to supporting her clients fully in accomplishing their real estate goals and dreams by sharing her knowledge.

Educate. Empower. Inform. These are the pillars of her business.  

A dedication to client education is the hallmark of Lisa’s work as a Realtor. Lisa applies her talent for teaching with her natural business sense to ensure that her clients make informed decisions as they move through the real estate transaction process.  A licensed Realtor with the award-winning Bowes Team at RE/MAX on the Bay based in Niantic, Connecticut, Lisa is a graduate of Eastern Connecticut State University with a Bachelor of Science. In her real estate services, she combines her strong problem-solving abilities and skillful statistical analysis with her professional network of lenders, home inspectors, and attorneys to make each client’s real estate transaction as seamless as possible. Lisa always has a pulse on the market and uses that to her client’s advantage.

As a life-long resident of Southeastern Connecticut, she knows the region well, which is an asset as a Realtor. A farm girl at heart, Lisa has grown accustomed to urban coastal living, residing in the New London beach community where she has lived for more than 15 years.

Friendly and ambitious with original ideas, Lisa exhibits a deep love of life and an ability to see the good in the world around her. She prides herself on living authentically and helping people. Pre-pandemic, Lisa volunteered at the FRESH New London Community Gardens. Her newest mission in life is to change the face and treatment options for childhood mental health in this region.

Lisa resides in her 1950s split level over looking the water together with her devoted husband, two beautiful girls, and a pair of chihuahua mixed breed dogs.

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