Lisa Jacobson

Lisa Jacobson


Languages Spoken:

  • English
  • 414-202-8446
  • 414-543-1143
  • 414-543-5403
  • 11623 W Bluemound Rd
    Wauwatosa, WI 53226
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I grew up in Central Wisconsin and spent 10 years as a military photojournalist in our State's National Guard before moving to Southern California to start a family.  It is there that I became a freelance loan closer for real estate agents, loan brokers, title companies and direct lenders and learned how money works in the real estate and mortgage industries.  I returned to Southeast Wisconsin and briefly worked as a loan closer for a local title company before getting my originator's license which I held until I became a short sale negotiator for the "BIG BANK" when the real estate bubble burst.  I spent 7 years negotiating thousands of short sales across all 50 states.  Truth be told, A short sale approval only takes between 30 and 45 days for an approval when the bank has everything they need. 

I am now offering my knowledge from all these experiences to you as a seasoned negotiator in both traditional, as well as short sale transactions so you, as my client can take advantage of ALL the market has to offer at the best price!

Whether you are selling your home, searching for your next home, or have any questions about the process – I look forward to helping you!



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