Lisa Green

Wright Bros. Real Estate

Rockland County's Realtors. From the River communities to Rural farms and country homes.

About Lisa Green

I came to New York from Australia in 1987 and lived in Manhattan for 15 years, before moving to Nyack in 2002. In Manhattan I gained extensive experience in real estate development and investment, working with a wide range of clients and projects. I am now very happy to be working in real estate sales in the Lower Hudson Valley with Wright Bros Real Estate. I chose Wright Bros because of their unrivaled integrity and emphasis on community, two things that are very important to me, not just as a real estate agent, but as a local resident as well. As a real estate professional, I have always believed that houses sell themselves. As your real estate agent I believe it is my responsibility to listen to my client in order to find the perfect match of buyer and property and to help facilitate a positive and successful transaction between buyer and seller. Making the experience as easy and expedient as possible, makes the process of buying or selling a home the joyful experience it is meant to be. During my 14 years as a Nyack resident and mother, I have become deeply involved in the local community and love living in the Lower Hudson Valley. I am grateful for all of the wonderful friends I have made and I hope to make sure new residents are welcomed and soon feel the same way in the home of their dreams.

Latest Blog Posts

NYACK EMBRACES DRY JANUARY

Dry January is a phenomenon that is sweeping the world. It was started in 2013 in Great Britain by the charity Alcohol Concern. British celebrities Alastair Campbell and Peter Osborne decided to

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8 Thoughts On Keeping Resolutions

1.Be realistic.Making too many resolutions only sets you up for failure and discouragement. Limit your resolve to the one or two most important goals you would like to achieve in the New Year. And

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2021 Housing Forecast

Some Highlights Experts project an optimistic year for the 2021 housing market. With mortgage rates forecasted to remain low, high buyer demand is expected to fuel more home sales and continue

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NYACK PREDICTED TO EXPERIENCE A WET AND COLD WINTER

Winter 2020-2021 may be colder and wetter in Nyack.New York should see colder-than-average temperatures with increased precipitation. “ With La Nina well established and expected to

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