Ep 6: Lisa Albinowski, Real Estate Associate Broker, talks about town and village permits and CO’s and much more!
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Our guest on this 6th episode is Lisa Albinowski, New York State Licensed Associate Broker and Seniors Real Estate Specialist with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. Lisa offers Resources for Empty Nesters, Boomers, Seniors and their families, as well as First Time Homebuyers.
Lisa holds several Real Estate Designations:
- SRES: Seniors Real Estate Specialist – Lisa consults with Seniors and their families to make sure there is a plan in place prior to putting the house on the market for sale, offering many resources to assist seniors and their families through the transition.
- CBR: Certified Buyers Representative- Representing buyers in a Real Estate transaction.
- RSSP: Real Estate Short Sale Professional – Expert in working with clients selling or buying. SRS: Seller’s Representation Specialist – Marketing Residential Real Estate to get it SOLD!
Lisa may be reached on 631.793.7329 or email her at Lisa@lisabroker.com
Thank you, Lisa, and welcome to the podcast!
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