Like everything else in the world, the real estate market has evolved dramatically over the last year. Today’s buyer isn’t just looking for a place to call home, but an office, a school room, a family compound, and an outdoor sanctuary—a multi-functional space to share with their family and friends. There has also been a changing dynamic in terms of the undeniable shift away from big city life in Philadelphia and New York toward a more bucolic lifestyle, which has resulted in a real estate shortage in many areas, including Bucks, Hunterdon, and Berks counties. The market is more competitive than ever, which means that partnering with an experienced and connected realtor is crucial in securing the property of your dreams or selling the one you already own.
A licensed realtor in New Jersey and Pennsylvania since 2000, Lisa Frushone is one of the most established agents in the region and number one in the New Hope office with over 30 M in sales volume in 2021. Her listings and closings include some of the areas most prestigious and outstanding properties. They include Tintinhull Farm in Tinicum Township, Bucks County; The Plumb Estate, Evergreen Hill in Solebury Township, Bucks County; Snowdon in Franklin Township, N.J., Hillborn Mews in Newtown, Pa., Bucks County; The Broadmoor building in Lambertville, N.J., and most recently Ha Penny Farm in Berks County PA.
Prior to her career in real estate, Lisa worked as an agent to high-profile and demanding clients including models and actors, giving her a set of skills that most realtors are lacking. In addition to being an expert in sales and negotiation, she is a strategist, a creative director, visionary, and realist. She also understands the importance of nurturing long-lasting relationships with her clients as well as those in her industry, making her extremely connected in the community. These are just a few of the reasons she has a strong referral base and continues to add to her extensive client list through word of mouth. In fact, many of her clients are repeat customers, and she has gone on to resell many properties she helped them buy in the first place. An added bonus? One of her hobbies is interior design, giving her the ability to help you visualize the end-product, especially when shopping for a property you are hoping to put your own touch on.
Ultimately, if you hire Lisa, you aren’t just getting a realtor, but a partner who is going to walk you through the entire process of buying and selling your home, even long after you sign the final paperwork. She will work for you and with you, fight for you in those worst-case-scenarios, and remain hands on every step of the way. Just ask any of her former clients, many of whom now consider her a lifelong friend.
Aside from her career, Lisa is very passionate about the environment and a huge supporter of animals. She has been involved with such organizations over the years and currently with AMFAR, the Boys & Girls Club and Norton Museum both of Palm Beach, Fla., ASPCA NY, Bucks County SPCA, 100 Plus Abandoned Dogs of Everglades FL, and the Mercer County Wildlife Center in Lambertville, Animal Alliance, and Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Lisa resides in a historic property in Solebury Township, Bucks County, with her husband, three Labrador retrievers and chickens deluxe.