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Lisa May

Broker

Lisa is fulfilling her dream. As a member of a family that that made their living selling Real Estate, Lisa knew that one day she would also become a Realtor. Her grandparents had a thriving business in Albuquerque and Lisa started studying Real Estate in her teens. Always a hard worker with a strong work ethic, Lisa held a managerial position in retail for many years. She is also a long time property owner who knows how to take good care of the people who rent from her.

Her days now are spent being a passionate and productive member of Realty 1 of New Mexico. Always pursuing further education as the key to success, Lisa loves the technology that is available to sellers and buyers. She strives to connect the right property to the right people and does so with patience, respect and that sense of urgency that keeps the business exciting.

She is a member in good standing of the Local Association of REALTORS (GAAR), State Association of REALTORS (NMAR), and the National Association of REALTORS (NAR) in addition to the Multiple Listing Service (MLS).

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