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Lisa began her real estate career with the highly respected Santa Barbara brokerage house Pitts & Bachmann. When the firm was subsequently acquired by Sotheby's International Realty, she skyrocketed to the top 1% of company agents nationwide. Along the way, she enjoyed a mutually beneficial partnership with Bob Lamborn, one of the area's most successful and respected veteran agents.
Lisa serves a select level of clientele and specializes in the marketing and acquisition of extraordinary land and estates in the most prized Santa Barbara area enclaves, including Montecito, Hope Ranch and Sand Point. Many of her clients are high-profile entertainment and international business professionals requiring the discretion and confidentiality upon which Lisa has built her well-deserved stellar reputation.
While her represented properties have appeared in prestigious periodicals such as Architectural Digest, Town & Country and many others, Lisa herself has been featured in regional, national and international publications such as Santa Barbara Magazine, Angelino and Luxury Properties.
A Santa Barbara resident for nearly two decades, Lisa attended the University of California at Santa Barbara, majoring in Italian. Her extensive domestic and international travels have been influential in the development of her keen eye and appreciation for architecture, design, culture and sense of place.
She is active in community affairs and charitable organizations, including the highly respected Girls, Inc. She sits on its Board of Directors, has been involved with its select 100 Committee for the past several years, and for two years in a row, held the distinction of being the youngest woman ever to serve as Chair of its prestigious annual luncheon.
Lisa is a devoted and active mom as well. She shares her son Jacob's passion for basketball and is an avid supporter of his talent as a player. Energetic and athletic, she also enjoys daily walks with her dogs, as well as yoga, skiing and hiking Santa Barbara's beautiful trails.