About Lori Newsom, Real Estate Agent
Real Estate Agent
I still get excited helping a young buyer through the process of becoming a home owner, instead of living life as a renter. Having your own backyard for summer chilling and a fireplace for winter warming is also your first step toward a successful financial future, as it was for me in my twenties. After 30 years of helping first time buyers find a home to fall in love with and helping sellers reap the rewards of their home improvements it’s still thrilling to assist them in finding more space for a growing family or moving on their career journey to a new location. Now more often I am helping baby boomers plan downsizing to a more relaxed environment. Sometimes I even help the grown children who were just babies when I helped their parents. Obviously, I love matching home buyers and sellers, now using all the new technologies available to assist, while still remembering that real estate is a personal business. Before joining Plum Tree Realty in 2021, I enjoyed many years with RE/MAX and received both the RE/MAX Hall of Fame and the Lifetime Achievement Award.
When I’m not selling homes I may be cheering on my beloved Buckeyes as an alum of The Ohio State University, traveling, riding my recumbent bicycle or playing with my five grandchildren. What I bring to you besides my love of housing matchmaking and excellent technical skills in marketing and negotiating is a persistent motivation to complete each transaction and interaction to the best of my ability, following through every step of the way, the lessons of having dealt with just about everything and sharing my experience. I enjoyed renovating dozens of old houses and have learned a lot about what buyers want and how much staging a home can help it sell faster and for more money. I love looking through paint colors and decorating hacks on Pinterest and passing on ideas to my clients with free staging advice and props, even furniture. So how can I best help you today? Buying, selling, just questions about the Cincinnati market or some particular area?