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My name is Lisa, and I am a Realtor for the past six years with RE/MAX Tres
Amigos. In addition to working in Playa Hermosa, I also work out of the RE/MAX Ocean Village office in Playas del Coco and work with the agents from our RE/MAX Prestige Properties office in Playa Panama. I cover all of those beach towns and also Playa Ocotal, located in the province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica - 30 minutes from the Liberia International Airport.
As your Realtor, I will be your source of information and guide you every step of the process; my job is to make this as easy as possible. I understand that an investment in Cosa Rica seems like an impossible feat, but with my connections, I guide you every step of the process; my job is to make your transaction as easy as possible.
RE/MAX is the industry leader in Costa Rica; we sell the most real estate in the country.
As an agent, I have helped many clients buy and sell their homes. RE/MAX has more offices than any other agency in the Papagayo Gulf. And all of Costa Rica. We are by far the most influential real estate group in the area due to our internet presence and our contacts in this area.
With a presence in over 110 countries and territories, the RE/MAX network's global footprint is unmatched by any other real estate brand.
- RE/MAX is in more countries than any other real estate brand
- RE/MAX is in over 100 countries and territories, more than any of its competitors
A Little About Me
I came to Costa Rica in 2004 after I sold my condo in Bayridge, Brooklyn, and quit my job of 10 years in NYC. I originally had plans of moving out to California to live but wanted to take some time off before going back to the 9 to 5 workday.
In my mind, my perfect life would be where I could enjoy the outdoors, have good weather all year round and be able to spend more time in the ocean.
I discovered Playas del Coco while taking my divemaster course and decided to stay, trading in my business suits and heels for flip-flops and board shorts. A bonus - no more dreaded 90-minute commute to work and overcrowded subways and sidewalks - partly because they do not have either of these in Coco Beach. I eventually got married to a Costa Rican, and we built our own home in 2010. You can read more about my story on My About Page.