Lisa Kirkpatrick Joins Long & Foster's Old Ivy Sales Office in Charlottesville, Va.

February 25, 2015
Lisa Kirkpatrick
Lisa Kirkpatrick

Long & Foster Real Estate, the largest independent residential real estate company in the United States, welcomes Lisa Kirkpatrick as a sales associate in its Old Ivy Sales office at 350 Old Ivy Way, Suite 200 in Charlottesville, Va.

“We are excited to announce Lisa Kirkpatrick has joined our team of highly trained professionals,” said Boomer Foster, president of Long & Foster Real Estate. “As the No. 1 brokerage in the Mid-Atlantic region, we operate with an agent-first mentality. We look forward to the energetic partnership Lisa has created by deciding to join the industry-leading Old Ivy Sales office and our company.”

As a third generation real estate professional, Kirkpatrick brings a lifetime of exceptional sales, marketing, negotiating and business development skills to all of her clients. Prior to moving to Charlottesville in 2009, Kirkpatrick was a member of a Top 1 percent team in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. She spent more than 10 years successfully assisting clients buy and sell properties in the ever changing, fast paced metro DC market as part of the Long & Foster McLean and Georgetown offices.

After settling into the Charlottesville area, Kirkpatrick took on a variety of volunteer roles. She was also an active member of the Charlottesville Newcomers Club serving as both co-vice president and president of the club. She currently serves as the chairperson of her neighborhood homeowner association’s Architectural Control Committee. Kirkpatrick joined the The Old Ivy Sales office to support Denise Ramey as a listing coordinator.

“Long & Foster continues to lead the way with cutting-edge tools and technology, which attracts top real estate professionals such as Lisa,” explained Art Pearson, manager of Long & Foster’s Old Ivy Sales office. “With the best-trained, best-equipped agents, Long & Foster continues to help Charlottesvilee area buyers and sellers reach their homeownership goals.”

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