I am a real estate professional with additional Ecobroker training on the energy and environmental issues that affect real estate transactions. There are tremendous green resources available in the market and as part of my service commitment to my clients, I can help you identify and make sense of those valuable green opportunities. I am a great facilitator in this regard.
I offer my Ecobroker certification and understand principles of green homes,energy efficiency,substainable design,healthier environments,comfort and value. I also have a database of licensed certified professionals in the green market industry at my disposal to answer any questions,help solve any problems,test, and remedy situations and also a wealth of websites in which to refer my cliens who would like to benefit from the money saving,health benefiting,environmentally friendly homes available in my neighborhood.
I am petfriendly. $100 of every sale goes as a donation to Valley River Humane Society
Plus I am associated with Coldwell Banker! JD power award for customer satisfation!
I am never too busy for your referrals!
Coldwell Banker High Country Realty www.cbhighcountry.com
Lisa grew up in Bucks County, PA. She lived in Florida for 12 years before making her home on the Valley River in Marble. Lisa has been a local figure in Murphy, pioneering and facilitating fund raisers, charity events and getting involved with the needs of the community. She serves on the Advisory Board of the Valley River Humane Society and donates $100.00 to them on EVERY sale. Lisa has her finger on the pulse of the city and its growing needs.
She was a local business owner in downtown Murphy for 5 years. She is also an artist and has had her photography published. She also loves boating, fishing, cooking and traveling. She is the mother of one child and owner of many domestic and exotic pets.
Lisa uses the same attitude and approach that has allowed her to become a successful artist and business woman when she works with a client. She is determined to find just the right property and won't give up until everyone is happy! She loves the mountains, the Town of Murphy, the local lakes and rivers and she is anxious to share that love with you.
Lisa is an Associate Broker with Coldwell Banker High Country Realty and a member of the Diamond Club.
Murphy is a town in Cherokee County, North Carolina, United States. The population was 1,568 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Cherokee County and is the westernmost county seat in North Carolina and closer to the capitals of six other states (Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina, Kentucky, and West Virginia) than to Raleigh, the capital of North Carolina. Murphy was named for North Carolina politician Archibald Murphey.
The town is located at the confluence of the Hiwassee River and Valley River.
The site of Murphy, along the Hiwassee River, was known to the Cherokee as Tlanusi-yi (the Leech Place), because of a legend about a giant leech named Tlanusi that lived in the river there.
The Trading Path (later called the "Unicoi Turnpike") passed by the future site of Murphy, connecting the Cherokee lands east of the mountains with the "Overhill Towns" of Tennessee.
In 1836, during the Cherokee removal known as the Trail of Tears, the United States army built Fort Butler in what is today Murphy. Fort Butler acted as the main collection point for Cherokee east of the mountains. From Fort Butler the Cherokee were taken over the mountains on the Unicoi Turnpike to the main internment camps at Fort Cass (today Charleston, Tennessee). Today the Unicoi Turnpike is known as Joe Brown Highway. The Cherokee County Historical Museum located in Murphy provides information about the Trail of Tears.
Races in Murphy:
White Non-Hispanic (88.3%) Black (5.5%) Hispanic (2.9%) American Indian (2.0%) Other race (1.1%) Two or more races (1.1%) Asian Indian (0.7%)
Murphy NC offers a scenic vacation spot loaded with activities for you and your family, such as whitewater rafting & kayaking, jet & water skiing, boating & swimming, hiking & biking, horseback riding, mountain & rock climbing, fishing & hunting, golf & miniature golf, gem mining & panning for gold, antiquing & shopping, restaurants & cinemas, wildlife, ATV trails, RV parks, US Forest Service properties, Cherokee Trail of Tears, Cherokee Indian Reservation, John C. Campbell Folk School, Harrah's Cherokee Casino, Fields of the Wood, Tail of the Dragon, Nantahala & Ocoee Gorges, Biltmore Estate, Smokey Mountain Railway, Sightseeing & Scenic Drives, Jeep Jamborees, annual Possum Drop, Lakes Appalachia, Chatuge, Hiwassee & Notley
|The Davis's Murphy NC|
|During our summer trip to Murphy we decided to look for a home and contacted Lisa. She spent several long days showing us property in various locations. Not only did Lisa find properties that were much to our liking, after we found a place she went above and beyond to assure us that we would get the property. Lisa helped in locating financing, individuals to do minor construction work, and introduced us to others in the community. Lisa will be a friend and neighbor whom we respect and look forward to spending time with after our move. We would highly recommend using Lisa if you are looking for a home in Murphy or the surrounding area. She takes the word professional to the next level.|
|Joyce Giesel Florida|
|Lisa stayed in touch, was knowledgeable about the market,understood what was important,and beautifully managed the details from contract to close|
|Gail Novak Florida|
|Lisa is a great agent! My friends have also used her to purchase some land and I have another customer for her. They are looking for a small cabin, and within 24 hours,Lisa had some properties for her to consider. -|
|Sandra Greene Miami|
|Lisa Pursel goes over and above with her job in every way I carry her cards with me Shes the best!|
|The Perez's Miami Fl|
|Lisa was very helpful, professional, and caring Lisa is one of the best agents I have ever worked with. -|
|Jill and Andy Ruoss Murphy NC|
|What impressed me the most about Lisa is that she is dedicated to doing her best for her clients. She really looked out for our best interests, making sure there were no hidden problems that we might come across after making an offer on a place, that we couldn't get out of without losing money. What would I say to a friend if I were to recommend Lisa to them? If she can't find it for you, it's not out there. I recommend her to everyone. .|
Eco broker certified Pet friendly Realtor Member Diamond Club Mountain Lakes Board Of Realtors Community Service Award 2008 I REALLY listen to my clients!