With more than 20 years experience as a real estate professional, Lisa Frushone is your go-to person in Bucks and Berks counties in Pennsylvania and Hunterdon and Mercer counties in New Jersey. Experience, hard work and a desire for excellence propelled her to the top of the list in sales volume in Kurfiss Sotheby’s International Realty’s New Hope office in 2021 when she sold more than $30,000,000. Lisa was also named a 2023 Top Real Estate Producer by Philadelphia Magazine. A consistent top-producing agent at Kurfiss SIR, she explains each transaction is different, but every single one is equally important. Being 'present” as well as experienced is key for success. There has been an undeniable shift away from big-city life in Philadelphia and New York toward a more bucolic lifestyle, exacerbated by the pandemic, where people realize having homes with office spaces and recreational amenities was more important than ever. Navigating the real estate market effectively, whether buying or selling, requires partnering with an experienced and connected realtor. A licensed realtor in New Jersey and Pennsylvania since 2000, Lisa has sold some of the area’s most notable farms and premier properties. Prior to her career in real estate, Lisa worked as a television agent in New York. Launching some of the most high profile commercial endorsements, she learned a set of skills that are incomparable when it comes to, discretion, negotiation and the ability to maneuver through any obstacle. Lisa is a strategist, a creative director, visionary and realist who enjoys every moment of connecting people not only to their homes but to their future in a broader sense. Lisa has made long-lasting relationships with her clients as well as her colleagues, making her extremely connected in the community. She enjoys a strong, global referral network and loyal client base. A deep knowledge of the markets she serves, combined with a keen eye, enable her to help clients in a timely manner. Lisa is extremely passionate about animal welfare and is a constant animal advocate. She has volunteered and been involved in many searches with positive outcomes for missing pets. She has been involved with many organizations over the years such as amfAR, the Boys & Girls Club and Norton Museum, both in Palm Beach, Fla., ASPCA NY, Bucks County SPCA, 100 Plus Abandoned Dogs of Everglades FL, and the Mercer County Wildlife Center. Living in this beautiful area, with an appreciation for the lifestyle and the beauty it offers, has enabled Lisa to share a wealth of information with her clients, giving them an instant picture of lifestyle in this gorgeous area we call home!