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Lisa Mock, Broker

Office: 912.228.3533

Cell: 912.663.5036

Email: lisa@lisamock.com

Specializes In:

  • Residential Sales
  • Home Buyers
  • Lease Management
  • Land Acquisitions and Sales
  • Commercial Acquisitions and Sales

A little about Lisa...

Lisa was born and raised in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia. She moved to Georgia in the late 1980’s where she began her passion for real estate soon after.


Lisa believes not everyone can sell real estate, it takes a real dedication and a personality that is compassionate and yet that is naturally driven. And driven she is. She was awarded “Rookie of the Year” after her very first year in real estate. During this first year she also achieved the much desired “Million Dollar Club” status with the Savannah Board of Realtors and has continued to be honored with this designation throughout her entire career, as she remains a multi-million-dollar producer.  Becoming a broker after only three years, she then went on to become a partner in her first real estate company. Since then she has owned, brokered and sold two successful companies that she is proud to say, are still in business today.


The golden rule still applies today according to Lisa – Always treat people the way you want to be treated and you cannot go wrong. Lisa believes you should live your life just that way.

Lisa is grateful for the friends she has made with this wonderful career choice over the years; from the first-time home buyer to the downsizing senior citizen. She feels so fortunate to have worked with so many and been a part of such an important decision in their life.


While real estate is her passion, Lisa feels her greatest accomplishment is her family. While her career keeps her busy, she always makes time to spend with her children and grandchildren… and two Caviler King Charles spaniels, which she refers to as “the girls”. 

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